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Posts by Morgan Roberts

Judgment Day V

One Giant stumbles as David emerges triumphant and one dragon emerges from a tough arm wrestle. Cardiff Blues vs Ospreys The Ospreys came to the Principality looking to continue their quest to get a top 2 spot in the Guinness Pro 12 to guarantee themselves a home semi final place. Cardiff Blues, treating the occasion …Read More


The Final Cut – Who Made It and Who Didn’t

Well folks, the wait is over we now know our squad. Larger than I predicted of 41 rather than 37 but nonetheless in the main a good squad. Below is the list of backs and forwards that were selected by Warren Gatland and his coaching staff: Forwards: Props: Joe Marler (ENG), Mako Vunipola (ENG), Jack …Read More

Team announcement for the British and Irish Lions Tour to New Zealand, Syon Park Hotel London 19/4/2017
Pictured at the announcement were Neil Jenkins (Kicking coach) Graham Rowntree (Scrum coach) Steve Borthwick (Forwards coach)Warren Gatland (Head coach) Sam Warburton (Captain) John Spencer (Manager) Andy Farrell (Defense coach) and Rob Howley (Backs coach) 
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British and Irish Rugby Squad: Who’s in and Who’s out

Who’s in and who’s out? Morgan Roberts picks his squad of 37 forwards and backs to be included in the British and Irish Lions Squad, one week before the official Squad Announcement on 19th April 2017. After the latest round of the European Champions and Challenge Cup rounds and of course with the end of …Read More



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Brum Rugby Show 6 Nations Preview

Its that time of year again fokes where we park the European Champions Cup, the Aviva Premiership and the Guinness Pro12 and we look to the RBS 6 Nations, the world’s best rugby tournament. A new change has come into this tournament, the Bonus Point System. Teams can get a bonus point if a team …Read More

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Brum Varsity – University 26-7 Medics

Lions win comfortably to earn back the Gallowglass Shield in this year’s Brum Varsity against the Medics. A big crowd gathered around Bournbrook with the weather calm after lots of rain in the days leading up to the game. The Birmingham Varsity between the Lions (1st Team) and the Medics was built to be one of …Read More

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Rugby Union: 2016 Review

It’s been another enthralling year of Rugby Union at both university and professional levels. Rugby correspondant, Morgan Roberts, looks back on 2016, and predicts what he believes is on the horizon in 2017. University of Birmingham Mens 1st Rugby Team For the Lions the start of the season has been a mixed bag; 4 wins …Read More