Catch a fading memory
It does not seem long ago that I went to my first Leeds Tykes game. A night match against Saracens. We won due to the metronomic boot of Braam van Straten. Since then there have been many memorable moments for myself and all the other Tykes fans. Unfortunately, as I get older, the memories are starting to fade.
Knights Ride In
Interesting encounter in prospect at Goldington Road between two of the improving sides in the Championship.
Slump Must End
Quins need to put in the hard yards says boss Paul Gustard after they fell to a 19-12 defeat away at Bath.
Booth Flees Nest
Ospreys have named Quins asssitanct coach Toby Booth as the new head coach on a three-year deal, starting in the summer of 2020.
Ahead of the 2021/22 Gallagher Premiership season physical Fijian second row Tevita Cavubati has extended his contract with Qions.
Jersey Reds v Newcastle Falcons 29 FEB - Information
Newcastle Falcons travel to the holiday Island of Jersey this weekend to take on Jersey Reds on their home turf.
Time For A Win
It is now four games since Gloucs won and we will have to work hard to stop the rot when second place Sale visit on Friday night.
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THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES
Liam Williams joined Saracens at the beginning of the 2017-18 season with the unenviable task of filling Chris Ashton’s not inconsiderable boots. Our Liam (as our little group liked to call him) does not sport the typical rugby-player’s physique – maybe that was why it took so long for him to be discovered. He was working as a scaffolder until he was picked up by Llanelli scout Kevin George and invited to join the club, moving to Scarlets in 2011. Tall and scrawny with knees so far apart you could fly a small plane through them, many people wouldn’t have given him a second look but on the rugby field he came alive. He had the skill-set, the bloody-mindedness and the determination not to be beaten that made him a winner
BEWARE THE BEAR; BATH v BRISTOL
Bath must beware the bear in the next round of the Premiership, Sunday’s home derby against Bristol. Bristol Bears inflicted Bath’s heaviest defeat of the campaign to date and, having weathered a fallow patch in December are resurgent, winning in 3 of their 4 league ties since the turn of the year. Bath’s record against other West Country teams has been poor since Mike Ford’s stellar 2015 season and England commitments look like disrupting selection again. So will Bears triumph again, or can Bath justify their DOR’s bullish optimism?