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Rugby Boot Spotting – RWC Semi Finals

After 20 teams started the competition back in September, only two remain; hosts New Zealand and an under-performing France side. The All Blacks brushed aside Australia in their Semi Final whilst France narrowly defeated a Wales team that played with 14 players for just over an hour. … Continue reading

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Rugby Boot Spotting – RWC Quarter Finals

After being predicted easier draws in the quarter finals due to finishing top of the groups, it was a suprise to see England, Ireland and South Africa all knocked out at the quarter final stage of the competition. The performance of the weekend goes to Wales who defeated … Continue reading

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Rugby Boot Spotting – RWC Round 4

With the group stages of this years Rugby World Cup almost over, the quarter final fixtures are beginning to take shape. With New Zealand, England, Ireland & South Africa all winning their respective groups, they are seen to be getting the easier draws. France, Argentina, Australia and Wales … Continue reading

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Rugby Boot Spotting – Wallabies Vs Springboks

Juan De Jongh Plays for: Stormers and South Africa Wears: Adidas Adizero RS7 Kobalt Orange The Stormers Utility back started the match at outside centre. He wore the new Kobalt Orange RS7 Which look brilliant on field and really stood out. Will Genia Plays for: Queensland Reds and Australia Wears: Adidas … Continue reading

Wallaby Great Mortlock To Join Cipriani At The Melbourne Rebels

Former Wallabies captain Stirling Mortlock has agreed to a three-year deal with new Super Rugby team, the Melbourne Rebels. Mortlock (who wears Adidas Predator X Rugby Boots), the highest point-scorer in Super Rugby history, will join the new franchise for their debut season in 2011 after thirteen … Continue reading

Wallabies Unveil Their New Kooga Rugby Shirt

After over 10 years with Canterbury the Wallabies have announced they will switch to Kooga. This jersey is the first to be produced under a four-year deal that will continue until the end of 2013 between Australian Rugby Union and KooGa. The deal has been signed by … Continue reading

George Smith Retires From International Rugby While Tuquiri To Return To Rugby League

Australia flanker George Smith has announced his retirement from international rugby at the age of 29. The Brumbies star has won 110 caps for his country – one of only four Wallabies, and 10 players in total, to reach three figures – since his debut against France … Continue reading

Wilkinson Returns to England Side to Take On Wallabies

Fly-half Jonny Wilkinson will win his first England cap for 18 months as one of three World Cup winners recalled to the side to face Australia on Saturday. Hooker Steve Thompson makes his first Test start since 2006 while flanker Lewis Moody also returns in the pack. … Continue reading

Lovell Rugby Round Up from around the Globe #2

New Zealand finished their Tri Nations Campaign on a high after Thumping bitter Rivals Australia in Wellington on Saturday night 33-6. The All Blacks were keen to finish with a win before they play the Wallabies again in Japan for the Bledisloe cup and then tour Europe … Continue reading

Giteau Re-signs for ACT Brumbies for the next two Years

Western Force fly-half Matt Giteau ended months of speculation on Saturday when he revealed he had signed with the ACT Brumbies for the 2010 and 2011 seasons. His decision to leave Perth at the end of the season is a major blow for the Force, who are … Continue reading