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ULSTER 35 OSPREYS 17 Ulster ended a challenging season on a high on Sunday afternoon in Belfast when they defeated Ospreys to secure a place in the European Champions Cup next season.Leading 8-7 at the break, Ulster went on to produce a solid second half display against the Welsh side to win the play-off game and guarantee them top tier rugby in Eiurope next season.Ulster were forced into two late changes with influential Charles Piutau, on the occasion of his last game for the club, and prop Ross Kane both breaking down in the warm-up. Tommy O'Toole was promoted from the bench to the front row and Rodney Ah You was summonsed to the replacements.In the backline, Louise Ludik moved to fullback for Piutau with Craig Gilroy coming up to take the winger's spot and David Busby called up to the replacements.Ludik lasted 18 minutes before being helped off with a leg injury - Busby getting an early call - as did Andy Warwick who came on for Callum Black, retired after 23 minutes - not quite … [Read more...] about Champions Cup Rugby secured: Ulster defeat Ospreys in European play-off
Warren Gatland will next Tuesday name his touring party for the American Test with the Springboks and their two-match showdown in Argentina against the Pumas. With warhorse Alun Wyn Jones set for a well-deserved break after the exertions for the Lions last summer and a stamina sapping season with Wales and the Ospreys, Gatland will be searching through his squad to find a captain for the three Tests. With the likes of fellow Lions Ken Owens, Taulupe Faletau and Sam Warburton also set to be among those rested ahead of the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan, it could well be a name from left-field to lead the tour. Among those could well come into Gatland's thinking would be Dragons lock Cory Hill, fellow second-row Bradley Davies, flanker Justin Tipuric and centre Scott Williams. But they've huge boots to fill in one of world rugby's most totemic forwards in AWJ. A leader in every sense in word and deed, the 117-times capped Welsh lock is hewn from the same granite as some illustrious Test … [Read more...] about The 14 hardest Wales captains in the history of our game
This was a game that had almost everything – asides from the all-important goal. Nottingham Forest signed off the Championship season at the City Ground with a performance that perfectly personified one of their biggest issues in the second half of the campaign. Aitor Karanka’s side played some outstanding football and created some outstanding chances, but despite 25 efforts on goal – including a Lee Tomlin penalty that was saved – they could not find the back of the net. There was one big cheer, as Chris Cohen came off the bench to make what is likely to be his last appearance in a Forest shirt, in the final stages. But Forest could not mark the occasion with a win; one that would have been more than deserved. It was a performance that delivered plenty of hope and optimism for next season, but also a fresh reminder of the lack of cutting edge that has blighted them in the last few months. There were six changes to the Forest side, as Karanka took the … [Read more...] about Cohen looks to have played last game for Forest in final home game of season
0 Have your say Lancashire leaders have welcomed news of a crackdown on fixed odds betting terminals (FOBT), as the Gambling Commission recommends the maximum stake is cut to prevent problem betting. When the review was first launched, we spoke to key figures in Preston about whether changes were needed on our high street... There are 24 bookmakers and 87 FOBTs in Preston and over £125m has been lost gambling across Lancashire since 2008.Terry Kilgariff, a member of Preston’s Gamblers Anonymous and a self-titled compulsive gambler for the last 40 years, said: “I was very cynical about this review at first because the government makes significant amounts from betting companies in tax revenue, but I definitely welcome the reduction in stakes down to somewhere between £2 and £50. Any reduction is a good thing as it will reduce problems.”The 60-year-old, who has tried to take his life twice in the last four years as a result of his addiction, … [Read more...] about SPECIAL REPORT: Is the game up for betting shop gaming machines?