Ranking Every Premiership Fly Half From 1-13

Fly Half is seen by many in the rugby world as the most important position on the pitch. Nicknamed the ‘pivot’, the number 10 acts as a link between the backs and forwards and often makes headlines as the primary kicker on the team, both in open play and for goal. Many of the gamesContinue reading “Ranking Every Premiership Fly Half From 1-13”

The Transition to Position-less Rugby

The rugby community loves to laugh at Eddie Jones’ comments about ‘hybrid players’ after he famously suggested that Jack Nowell could play flanker or that Ben Curry could play scrum half. However, behind the satirical and sarcastic façade there is far more truth to Eddie’s theories than first appears. The way that modern rugby isContinue reading “The Transition to Position-less Rugby”

Why AJ MacGinty is the Best 10 in the Premiership

Alan Leon MacGinty is a Dublin born, American international, fly half. After only playing a total of 502 Premiership minutes last season AJ has experienced a rugby renaissance of sorts and already has 772 Premiership minutes so far this season after just 11 games and has nailed down the 10 shirt. Despite his mercurial formContinue reading “Why AJ MacGinty is the Best 10 in the Premiership”

Every Premiership Team’s Best Former XV

The big news in the rugby world this past week was the appointment of former Saracens head coach, Alex Sanderson, as Sale Sharks Director of Rugby. This news, coming almost exactly a year on from former Saracen, Steve Borthwick, being appointed as Leicester Tiger’s DOR, prompted me to say in discord “Saracens are taking overContinue reading “Every Premiership Team’s Best Former XV”

Ringfencing: Premiership Rugby and the Cinderella Story Myth

If you asked me one month ago for my opinion on ring fencing I would have told you that the idea of it made me physically ill and that it was the worst thing that could ever happen to Premiership rugby. However, ask me today and I will tell it is the only reasonable solutionContinue reading “Ringfencing: Premiership Rugby and the Cinderella Story Myth”