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Just another close call for Sarries

For the past 2 seasons we have seen Saracens begin to emerge themselves as the best club in the English Premiership over 22 weekends yet once again they have no silverware to show for it. 887 more words


Northampton Saints Set to Kick Off Aviva 2014

By: Kyle Willoughby

The Aviva Premiership draws have been released for the 2014/15 season, with last season’s Northampton Saints kicking the season off in the first match on Friday 5 September. 354 more words

England Rugby

Scarlets sign Tagicakibau

Scarlets have confirmed the addition of experienced Fijian winger Michael Tagicakibau to the regional squad on Thursday.

Tagicakibau, 29, today joins the Scarlets ahead of the 2014-15 season bringing with him a wealth of Aviva Premiership club rugby and international experience. 387 more words


We therefore, with the sacred council's approval, strictly forbid [public Muslim prayer] practices henceforth in Christian lands

Francis is having Islamic prayers said at the Vatican on Pentecost Sunday 2014. What have previous Councils and Popes said about such things? Contradicting previous Councils is part of creating the One World pagan Religion. 315 more words

One-World Church

Saints finally reach rugby heaven

Saracens 20 Northampton Saints 24 – Premiership Final – Twickenham by Mike Miles
“A bomb under the West car park at Twickenham on an international day would end fascism in England for a generation,” wrote George Orwell before the Second World War.  527 more words


The playoffs. Love them or loath them

There is a forlorn look about London Irish supporters just now. With their club failing to reach the knockout stages of any of the competitions, beating Sale Sharks in the final round, seems a long time ago. 390 more words

London Irish

Sportsthoughts (104) - Saints take the Premiership title

Last Saturday, another awesome game of rugby, as Northampton beat Saracens 24-20 in the final play of the Premiership final. Cruel on Saracens, who won the league in normal time by nine points. 681 more words