Fantasy Six Nations and SuperBru Leagues 2013

SuperBruThe RBS 6 Nations 2013 is just around the corner, and we’ll be running a pool on SuperBru and a fantasy rugby league as well.

The SuperBru game is already open at and our pool details are here:

Code: bondlane

We’ll even give away a coveted real-life SuperBru yellow cap to the pool winner.

Our fantasy league is also now open. Click here to visit the ESPN Scrum website, and pick your team for the tournament. Our league is called The Rugby Blog, and the pin is 24826. Good luck!

3 thoughts on “Fantasy Six Nations and SuperBru Leagues 2013

  1. Is this better than the ESPN one? I used theirs last year to host my work competition, not sure where to go for this year’s.

    1. Would obviously recommend SuperBru for a work comp – nice and simple so everyone can get involved, whether they know who plays 80 mins at second row for Italy or not.

      Never that convinced by Fantasy Rugby, but will use Scrum or Guinness for The Rugby Blog league I guess.

  2. The Irish Times (IT) ( runs a simple and straightforward Fantasy League. It’s pretty good. Very Similar to ESPN’s one. It’s not up and running as of yet though. run the best Fantasy Rugby game of them all though, very competitive, very tough. A lot more complex than the IT one, for example it has a more complex team building system (The IT lets you just play all Wingers for your backs if you want, not so with these guys), you also have a limited amount of funds with which to ‘buy’ your players so you need to keep an eye on your ‘cash’ when swapping out players or you could end up out of pocket and unable to complete your team! Plus besides getting points for trys, conversions and assists, you also get points for lineouts, catches, linebreaks etc and minus point for knock-ons etc. So while it’s really good, it might not be for everyone.

    I’d recommend starting off the IT (or ESPN) and trying out Testrugby’s game privately yourself to see if it’d work for next time.

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