Ready for round 3
Ready for round 3
I am really looking forward to the match England VS Weals.
This are the 3 matches of round 1.
I am really looking forward to these matches.
The first one is the Wasps VS the Saracens. The match starts at 4 pm.
The second match is Newcastle VS Exeter.
This match starts at 4 pm as well.
The first match in the Top14 is Pau VS Toulouse. This match starts at 4:50 pm.
The second match is Racing92 VS Clermont. This match starts at 9 pm.
Here are some things you can do when there is no rugby on TV.
The first thing you can do is watching rugby on YouTube. There are some people that upload full matches on YouTube you can also watch highlights. The second thing is playing a rugby game like Rugby18. Rugby18 is for multiple platforms pc/ps4/xbox one. But the reviews about the game are not good so it’s up to you if you wanna play it. The third thing is playing rugby with your friends. You can always go to a field and play rugby in real life. The only things you need is a rugby ball, a field And some friends of course. The last thing is practicing your rugby skills. If you like to play rugby in real life you can always go to a field or even in your garden to practice things like passing, ball handling. If you fully wanna practice and play matches you can join a rugby club.
October the 27th the new rugby game rugby 18 was released. I was really looking forward to Rugby18. Because I bought Rugby 15 but Rugby 15 was a not the best rugby game. The game wasn't compatible with the pc you needed a controller to play on pc. The graphics were not that great and the controllers were bad. I wanted to buy the game but I saw the reviews but they were Mostly Negative. The people are saying that the game is worse than rugby 15. So if it's up to me don't buy Rugby18 now maybe after some updates I am still hoping that the Rugby18 is going to be good after updates.
Argentina got their campaign back on track when they secured a 31-15 victory against Italy.
In the match the lead changed eight times, the Argentina took control during the latter part of the second half and eventually outscored their hosts three tries to none.
Marler was banned after pleading guilty to striking Wasps lock Will Rowlands during Sunday’s loss in the Champions Cup.
The suspension would have ruled Marler out until Sunday, 19 November meaning he would miss the Tests match against Argentina and Australia. However, Marler is now expected to be available for the Australia Test after the decision to spread his three week ban for striking over an elongated period was queried, meaning the ban will be lifted on November 12.
Eddie Jones says everything the team does from now on will be geared toward winning the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
Jones is halfway into his four year project having led England to 19 victories in 20 Test matches, but knows that in order to lift the Webb Ellis Cup in two years’ time, his side has to continually improve.