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Av vrsrugby Ricardo.Rodriguez@vrg.se - 26 oktober 2011 00:29

wow! thanks so much for today pass it was superb!

So you want to find some rugby training programs and ideas for workouts to improve your rugby?

That's what we're here for. We will improve and acces to many exercises!

Our training today:

Discipline to take orders and decisions, as well as putting the team first

Co - ordination / Skills

Eye - Body - Brain, is the way we want to have our co-ordination and skills. 


kepp the good work lads!

see you all week 45

tuesday at 16hrs


do not forget to bring with you a water bottle and a friend with you is well ;-D

all the best!


ricardo

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Av vrsrugby Ricardo.Rodriguez@vrg.se - 23 oktober 2011 12:11

The trophy presentation: France, exhausted and grim-faced to a man, pick up their runners-up medals. They were absolutely superb today, a fantastic performance. On another day, they would be world champions for the first time. 


The All Blacks aren't cavorting around the pitch. They're clearly physically and emotionally drained.

Every man on the pitch, both in black shirts and white, gave it their all. France were brilliant, but New Zealand were simply that little bit too strong. They're waiting around to receive their trophy. What on earth is the hold up here?


FINALLY... FINALLY... AFTER 24 YEARS, THE ALL BLACKS ARE THE WORLD CHAMPIONS OF RUGBY UNION AGAIN!!! New Zealand 8-7 


/Iphone - Ricardo ;-D

Av vrsrugby Ricardo.Rodriguez@vrg.se - 22 oktober 2011 07:30

Graham Henry was asked a question before New Zealand played France in a group match at Eden Park last month. If there was one thing he had learned from the 2007 quarter-final defeat to Les Bleus in Cardiff, what was it?


"Not to take it one game at a time in a World Cup," replied the All Blacks coach, reflecting on a tournament when they had in no way been tested in their group before facing the hosts, France, in the Welsh capital.


do not miss the FINAL tomorrow

10hrs

tv 10


/ricardo ;-D

Av vrsrugby Ricardo.Rodriguez@vrg.se - 21 oktober 2011 19:15

Wales 18-21 Australia

A tournament that promised so much for Wales a week ago, with talk of new dawns and horizons, ended in the stale familiarity of a narrow defeat to a Tri-Nations side, their second of the World Cup.


Australia left with the bronze medal, but what meant far more to them than a symbol of failure was an end to a 25-year sequence of defeats in Auckland.


The play-off is a scrap for a prize no one wants. There is an element of cruelty to it, forcing players whose minds had drifted elsewhere the week before to rouse themselves for a battle they do not have the heart for and Wales suffered a marked drop in the intensity that had characterised their previous six matches in the tournament.


They even conceded points in the final quarter for the first time since their opening group game against South Africa, and for all the gains they have made in the World Cup in terms of conditioning and a varied tactical approach they have still to find a way of defeating sides above them in the world rankings.


They have played the Tri-Nations teams 45 times in the professional era and won on three occasions, while they have prevailed against France in seven of the last 34 meetings. The combined margin of their defeats in this World Cup to South Africa, France and Australia was five points, missed kicks costing them each time.


Wales missed three kicks against Australia, including a penalty from James Hook, a player who is struggling to find his instinctive touch, and while their kickers found their range against Namibia and Fiji, matches where the result was never in doubt, when the pressure was on they became inaccurate.


Since the group stage they have missed 10 attempts at goal out of 17. Australia not only had a better strike-rate in the play-off but they were more accurate in their passing. Their defence, the staple of their campaign, was rarely stretched as Wales reverted to the predictable and even though the Wallabies lost Kurtley Beale, who aggravated a hamstring injury, and Quade Cooper, who twisted his knee as he tried to jink through the Wales defence and ruptured the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee, leaving them with just five of the players who had started the semi-final against New Zealand, they were largely in control.


Wales Halfpenny; North, J Davies (Scott Williams, 69), Roberts, Shane Williams; Hook (S Jones, 50), Phillips (L Williams, 63); Jenkins (capt), Bennett (Burns, 69), James (Bevington, 63), Charteris (AW Jones, 52), B Davies, Lydiate (Powell, 63), Faletau, R Jones.


Tries S Williams, Halfpenny. Con S Jones. Pens Hook, S Jones.


Australia Beale (Horne, 9); O'Connor, Ashley-Cooper, Barnes, Ioane; Cooper (A Faingaa, 20), Genia (Burgess, 63); Slipper, Polota-Nau (S Faingaa, 53), Ma'afu (Alexander, 60), Horwill (capt; Samo, 69), Sharpe (Simmons, 45), Higginbotham, Pocock, McCalman.


Tries Barnes, McCalman. Con O'Connor. Pens O'Connor 2. Drop goal Barnes.


/ricardo

Av vrsrugby Ricardo.Rodriguez@vrg.se - 15 oktober 2011 15:56

The second half was only seven minutes old when Stephen Jones replaced Hook at fly-half, but the old warhorse had been on the field only a matter of seconds when Paul James was penalised for pulling down a rolling maul, giving Parra the opportunity to maintain his perfect record to widen the gap to six points.


Suddenly underpowered in the scrum and undermanned in defence, it was apparent that Wales would depend for any chance of recovery on the ability of Phillips, Roberts, Toby Faletau and George North, their most powerful ball-carriers, to drive holes in the French cover.


With 58 minutes gone Phillips finally succeeded in making a lethal incursion as he burst around a scrum close to the line, evaded Pascal Papé's attempted tackle and touched down. Disappointingly, Jones's attempted conversion hit the outside of the upright.


Wales remained on the front foot until the end, but were unable to manoeuvre Stephen Jones close enough to the posts a final, unrequited sequence of two dozen phases...


well done it Wales!


/RR

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