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  • Kicking Statistics – The Battle For Top Spot

    Who is the best goalkicker? When a high-level player puts a kick wide or comes up short the usual conversations start happening. ‘Is X the right person for the job” and ”If Y had been playing then the game

    4th February 2018 • Analysis • Views: 4386

  • Six Nations Preview 2018 – Linebreak Monday Podcast #38

    Featuring: Sav, Ed (WallopyJoe) and CC (CharredCheese) Everything you need to know about The 2018 Rugby Six Nations. An in-depth look at all the teams, injuries and why the French Federation are all going to prison. Podcast RSS

    30th January 2018 • • Views: 312

  • Super Rugby Final Review! – Linebreak Monday Podcast #35

    Featuring: Sav, Ed and Fred. All in the same room! This podcast is a cracker and if Ed has sent me the pre podcast audio we recorded you’re in for a treat. We met up for the Super Rugby Final in a pub in London. The food

    8th August 2017 • • Views: 357

  • A New Day or a False Dawn?

    Unfortunately, due to work and other commitments, I haven’t been able to do in depth analysis for the Lions’ matches against the Crusaders and Highlanders and a full preview of the Maori All Blacks is highly unlikely too…

    16th June 2017 • Lions Tour • Views: 885

  • 2016: GTFO! – Linebreak Monday Podcast #18

    Featuring: Sav and Ed We didn’t miss a single moment of 2016 stick around for more cutting analysis in 2017 £0 will go on Ed’s laptop and 100% of any money given will directly improve content as described on our

    9th April 2017 • • Views: 375

  • On Scotland’s first try

     barbz I saw quite a bit of complaining about Scotland’s first try. I mean sure enough, most of it was from me, but my initial thoughts were that it was hands in the ruck or offside. After having a closer look, I’ve

    19th October 2015 • Analysis, International, World Cup 2015 • Views: 1645

  • Scotland

    World Ranking: 10 Odds of winning: 200/1 Road to Qualification: Finished 3rd in their pool in 2011.

    17th September 2015 • Uncategorized • Views: 1091

  • Scotland’s Battle for Scrum Half

    The Scrum Half position for Scotland is a hotly contested spot, and this is reflected in their decision to take 3 scrum-halves into the World Cup. Greig Laidlaw is the old-guard, and current captain, followed by, Henry Pyrgos,

    9th September 2015 • Analysis, International, World Cup 2015 • Views: 1880