"I just really want to get back playing. I just want to be back and be competitive and get back to winning games.”
Eleven towns in northern Italy are in lockdown after an outbreak.
Avid fans caught the 5.45am Italy vs Namibia game ahead of the opening Home Nation clashes of Ireland vs. Scotland and England vs. Tonga games on Sunday morning.
He has been fined £2,000 plus 250 in compensation to female police officer whose neck he bruised.
A Scottish rugby fan will have more reasons to remember the historic Calcutta Cup victory -- after catching the matchwinning ball at full-time. The ball was launched into the stands at the final whistle on Saturday evening -- as Scotland defeated England for the first time in 10 years -- and Iain Cooper managed to catch it. His girlfriend Erin Linton posted a picture of Iain posing with the ball shortly after full-time at Murrayfield Stadium. Oil worker Iain from...
England rugby international Luke Gale has had a hair transplant after being taunted for going bald, he revealed today (fri). The 29-year-old scrum-half admitted being the public eye was "incredibly tough" after undergoing the £6,000 procedure at a private hair clinic in Leeds. The Rugby League star had 2,400 hair follicles transplanted from the side and back of his scalp on to the front after returning from England's World Cup defeat to Australia. The Castleford Tigers player said: "As a...
</a ></a >Sport News</a > 24/7 By Richard de Winter & David de Winter - Sports Editor @TLE_Sport @rgdewinter @davidjdewinter In this episode, the boys preview the upcoming Ashes series which starts on Thursday in Brisbane. Can Joe Root's men retain the famous urn and avenge the 5-0 whitewash from 2013-14? They're not too confident. Also, the brothers take a look at the recent Autumn Internationals and give their verdict on the fixtures so far.
Sport News 24/7 By Richard de Winter & David de Winter - Sports Editor @TLE_Sport @davidjdewinter @rgdewinter Brothers Richard & David de Winter round-up a busy week of sport starting with the history-making British & Irish Lions drawn test series in New Zealand, England's victory in the first test against South Africa at Lord's, the Wimbledon tennis Championships and finally discuss the first week of the Tour de France.
Former Ireland captain and Lions legend Brian O'Driscoll shares the motivation behind his illustrious career. Featured image: By Mrgoggins90 (Own work) , via Wikimedia Commons