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Peter Jackson column: Underdogs Connacht my team of the season

Pat Lam achieved some notable firsts as a player at the end of the 20th century and the start of the 21st. A permanent fixture in a..

April 29, 2016 with 0 Comments

Peter Jackson column: Johnny McNicholl bid mocks the registration rules

Johnny McNicholl has no Welsh ancestry.  Nor has he set foot in Wales, but already he has spoken about his desire to play for Wales by..

April 22, 2016 with 0 Comments

Peter Jackson column: Buy Dragons? No way on God’s earth! says David Moffett

The Dragons’ ‘For Sale’ signs had no sooner gone up at Rodney Parade than a controversial figure began putting some distance between..

April 14, 2016

Peter Jackson column: Stripe me! How can this Zebre side be Champions?

Zebre have lost their last four away matches by scores that could double up as opening stands at the T20 World Cup – 52-0, 32-0, 47-0 and..

April 8, 2016

England and Wales in £10m match deal

England and Wales have struck a deal worth up to £10m to play two more matches immediately before the next World Cup. The cooling of..

April 5, 2016

Peter Jackson column: Ravaged All Blacks offer hope to Wales

The striking similarities between Julian Savea and Nehe Milner-Skudder extend beyond the fact that each has scored eight tries in his last..

March 31, 2016

Leigh Halfpenny still caught in Toulon or Wales row

Leigh Halfpenny is to make his come-back next Saturday with Toulon refusing to release him for Wales’ tour of New Zealand. Negotiations..

March 29, 2016

Peter Jackson column: Glen Webbe shows laughter is still the best medicine

Glen Webbe was the first black British player to appear in the World Cup and the first of any colour to score a hat-trick of tries. He did..

March 24, 2016

Peter Jackson: Phew, a Grand Slam at last and not yet another grand shambles

And so ‘Fast Eddie’ has lived up to his name. A Six Nations Grand Slam at the first attempt made all the more significant given..

March 23, 2016

Peter Jackson’s column: Time is on your side, Ian, but are Wales?

As career records go, it surely stands supreme – three Six Nations’ tournaments, three Six Nations titles and two Grand Slams. Out of a..

March 17, 2016

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