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Rugby’s Positive Impact In A Troubled Land

The game and its values are healing old wounds in a part of Georgia still recovering from the 2008 war.

It has only been running for three months, but a project bringing rugby coaching to children in Georgian villages is already bringing about a positive change to communities still dealing with the devastation of the 2008 August War, claim organisers. 167 more words


Touch Rugby - The first training session

So I played rugby for the first time in years last night. Did OK even if my only try was ruled out for stepping on the line! 105 more words


Blues Talk TV - Episode 165

This week on Blues Talk TV we take a look back at Leinster’s win over Harlequins in the Champions Cup and discuss the rest of the weekends european action. 14 more words


Welcome to my Blog

Allow me to introduce myself. The name is Daniel, although the name has ranged from “D,” “Dan” or even “Danny” amongst friends. I’m a Boston native, but now live in the Washington D.C. 665 more words


Cardiff Blues 2014/15 Canterbury Home & Alternate Shirts

If you’re looking at this Cardiff Blues shirt and thinking ‘hang on, I’ve seen this before… well you’re not wrong. Yes, the Blues stuck with 2013/14’s home and alternate shirts for the 2014/15 season, in a refreshing bit of restraint from Canterbury and Cardiff in this age of shirts barely lasting a team one season. 405 more words


Quick dip back into playing rugby

I got a text a couple of weeks ago while I was in the pub asking whether I’d fancy playing a veterans rugby match. Being three sheets to the wind I said yes. 111 more words

Daniel Carter leaving NZ Rugby after World Cup

Daniel Carter will leave NZ Rugby at the end of 2015 and head to France to finish his career.

He leaves with absolutely nothing more to give to fans in New Zealand, even if he helps win successive Rugby World Cup titles in England next season. 207 more words