Citizen Try of the Week: Round 4

Jonny May

Each week, five tries are shortlisted for the Citizen Try of the Week award, and you can see them in the video below. Zach Kibirige, Nizaam Carr, Duncan Weir, Jonny May and George Ford have made the shortlist for Round 4. Citizen are also offering you the chance to vote in their

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

John Mitchell appointed England defence coach

Twickenham

John Mitchell has been appointed as England’s new defence coach until the end of Rugby World Cup 2019 while Scott Wisemantel will continue his role as attack coach. Mitchell will leave his executive of rugby role at the South African Super Rugby side, the Bulls, to join the England set

Citizen Try of the Week: Round 3

Joe Cokanasiga

Each week, five tries are shortlisted for the Citizen Try of the Week award, and you can see them in the video below. Luke Morahan, Jack Maunder, Joe Cokanasiga, Juan de Jongh and Josh Bassett all feature for Round 3. Citizen are also offering you the chance to vote in their Try

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

Gallagher Premiership 2018/19: Round 3 Predictions

Gallagher Premiership

It was four out of six for me in Round 2, having underestimated Leicester's response to changing their manager, and obviously I didn't pick the West Country draw. I'm finding a bit more time to follow the Rugby after a hectic few weeks moving with my family from London to Cheltenham.