Best of the Weekend: Saracens continue winning run

Ben Earl

The Sunday afternoon fixture between defending champions Saracens and the much-fancied Gloucester was well-hyped pre-match, especially given the head-to-head between fly-halves Owen Farrell and Danny Cipriani. However the game was very much a one-sided affair, Saracens were just a class apart with the Wolfpack laying down the platform for the

Best of the Weekend: Springboks shock New Zealand in their own backyard

South Africa

In arguably their best performance of this decade, South Africa put on a display that mirrored the finest Springbok teams with great power in the pack lead by Malcom Marx, Steven Kitshoff, Franco Mostert and captain Siya Kolisi whilst the exquisite attack of Willie le Roux and Aphiwe Dyantyi proved

Best Of The Weekend: Tigers Beat Champions, Falcons Still Soaring

Ben Youngs

May's fine form helps Tigers beat champions Being as it was the official 150th anniversary game of Wasps, I was intending to write about their fixture against Bath first. However, it was a particularly dull affair, which was infuriatingly disappointing for the hosts, so I shall leave that with a short

Best Of The Weekend: Bath And Edinburgh Continue Surprise Starts

Jonathan Joseph

Premiership - Bath's resurgence stuns Sarries Todd Blackadder's slow revival of Bath seems to be picking up pace. After seeing off the team who pipped them to the playoffs last season (Tigers) in their first game, they have now dispatched the European champions (Saracens) to continue their whirlwind start. A lacklustre