Joe Marler England prop was banned for six weeks on Tuesday; he will remain out of their opening two games of Six Nations games which will be opposite Italy and Wales in the next month.
On his ban, the Rugby Football Union say that the Harlequins player had accepted the charge imposed on him of striking Sale flanker TJ Ioane with his shoulder during the last Saturday game and he would not be available for games until Feb. 20. Continue reading “Marler To Miss First Two Six Nations Matches”
The team Ireland is waiting for the fitness update on center Garry Ringrose after he got injured out of during the win of Leinster big Pro14 over Ulster at the weekend.
Ringrose is young and just 22-year-old and he sustained an ankle injury. This injury could rule him out of the first two Six Nations games which take will play against France and Italy. Continue reading “Six Nations 2018: Irish Waiting On Ringrose”
The team Ireland settled for the runners up spot at the Six Nations, still there were many positives present for the Ireland rugby team in the year 2017. Notably, this is the huge successful summer tour of the United States as well as Japan in which a star was born and also has a 100 percent success record in the autumn international series.
The victory over the team South Africa, Argentina and Fiji at the Aviva Stadium in the month of November clinched the team of Joe Schmidt a return to third place in the world rankings. Also, Jacob Stockdale of Ulster confirmed his reputation as the most exciting prospect of the country during the series. Continue reading “Many Positives From 2017”