It is to be hoped Phil Godman enjoyed the Doctor Who special on Saturday evening because earlier in the day the Newcastle fly-half’s adventures in space and time had an unhappy ending thanks to the tackling of Courtney Lawes.
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The brass band at the Pwll end of dear old Stradey played only fitfully with a "Sospan Fach" here and a "Delilah" there punctuated by long periods of silence, and they were bang in tune with the Scarlets team in front of them. For most of the second half of this season's opening Heineken Cup Pool Four match – which was also the last European tie to be played here before next month's move to a new stadium – the men in red played as if they'd been hit in the face by a large frying pan, never mind the fabled little saucepan.
Wednesday 08 October 2008
The great ELVs debate is likely to rage long and hard throughout the season, so we asked 12 Premiership coaches for their early assessment of the controversial laws.
Saturday 04 October 2008
We've had a frenzied few days on the Danny Cipriani front – astonishingly frenzied, given that the fuss concerns an inexperienced player with one international start behind him. I'd like to add a little fuel to the fire by suggesting that if England pick Cipriani for the autumn Tests, they should play him at full-back rather than outside-half. Heresy? Not in my book. Looking at the way he plays his rugby right now, I'd say No 15 was the ideal spot for him.
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