The year and the decade has come to a close and the worlds media has hammered us all with their best of’s over the last month. I wrote this a month ago but was overwhelmed by the repeat content thrown around along the same lines. Now we are preparing for the new 2020 season, it’s always nice to look back and see what we enjoy at the peak of 2019. The World Cup holds a huge amount of weight in this for me, but I am always interested to know what everyone else things on the topic too. Comments below everyone! Let’s take a look at my best fifteen from 2019….. Continue reading “TEAM OF THE YEAR 2019”


Rugby World Cup Grand Final Prediction – England vs South Africa

It all began almost two months ago, when the hosts Japan took on lowly Russia. Little did we know then what an amazing tournament we would be treated to over the next six weeks. It all ends tonight, Wales finishing fourth, New Zealand third and the victor between England and South Africa will be decided over these eighty minutes tonight. What a World Cup it has been. Upsets, cancelled games, boil overs, massive overachievement and huge disappointments. We have had it all and there is not much more to say than, well done Japan! Its been a fantastic World Cup, I have enjoyed every second of it! The teams, the people and of course the PACKED stadiums every single day, have been a massive highlight! It’s always a sad time when the Rugby World Cup closes out, so lets enjoy one more match, one more stream and one more preview! Continue reading “Rugby World Cup Grand Final Prediction – England vs South Africa”

Rugby World Cup Semi Final Prediction – Wales vs South Africa

Eight has become just four and now this weekend we will be down to just two! World Cup semi finals take place this weekend with two cracking matches, England have outclassed New Zealand to make the final and now Wales will take on South Africa, the winner to join them in the big dance. Today we will be looking at the second semi final and will it be Wales celebrating their first final appearance or the Springboks adding to the tally? Or maybe which ever side has 23 men available to play a final? Continue reading “Rugby World Cup Semi Final Prediction – Wales vs South Africa”

Rugby World Cup Predictions – Quarter Finals Day Two

We have the first semi final booked and ready to go, after England knocked out Australia and New Zealand cleaned up Ireland, it leaves us to see the victors go again, England vs New Zealand, for a place in the grand final. The second day of the quarter final weekend has Wales taking on France and hosts Japan looking to shock South Africa again. Will the favourites win on day two? Let’s take a look at todays two quarterfinal matchups. Continue reading “Rugby World Cup Predictions – Quarter Finals Day Two”

Rugby World Cup predictions – Day Sixteen

After another lonely day with no Rugby World Cup action, we return for day sixteen with just the single match to keep everyone entertained. It’s coming out of pool B and will see the Springboks go up against the Canadians. Continue reading “Rugby World Cup predictions – Day Sixteen”

Rugby World Cup predictions – Day Thirteen

We had two fairly one sided matches on day twelve, with Fiji and Ireland taking easy wins over Georgia and Russia. Day thirteen slows up with just one match for the day that will see South Africa up against Italy from Pool B. Continue reading “Rugby World Cup predictions – Day Thirteen”

Rugby World Cup predictions – Day Eight

After a nice little days break where we all found ourselves wonder what to do without any Rugby World Cup action, we return to three big games. It all kicks off with two sides who started their World Cup with a loss, someone will grab a win between Argentina and Tonga from Pool C. Following that. the hosts return in the big Pool A clash between Japan and top seeds Ireland. Wrapping up day eight from Pool B will be the Springboks looking for their first win against fellow Africans Namibia. Continue reading “Rugby World Cup predictions – Day Eight”

Rugby World Cup predictions – Day Two

We are finally underway with the opening clash and now the real rugby starts. Day two has three really intriguing battles that will go a long way to deciding each pool already. Australia open up against the Fijians, France will battle Argentina and finally the big one, New Zealand vs South Africa. How will these games go down? Let’s take a look: Continue reading “Rugby World Cup predictions – Day Two”

Rugby World Cup national treasures

By Christian Catley

The tournament kicks off on September 20th, with the opening game of Japan against Russia. There are many key players that will be important to teams, not only during the pool stage, but the finals as well. Here are some of my key players for each team. As I look at what value they bring to their side in the World Cup. Continue reading “Rugby World Cup national treasures”

Springboks name expected World Cup squad

By Cornflake

The Springboks have been doing all the right things so far in 2019, but in the build up to their World Cup squad naming today, two players had everyone questioning if their selection would be possible. Continue reading “Springboks name expected World Cup squad”