Yellow Card Costs Lions

The yellow card for Iain Henderson proved expensive as the Hurricanes team clawed behind a 14 point deficit to draw in Wellington against the British and Irish Lions.

In the 2017 final midweek game 2017 tour, the Lions team led 23-7. Both George North and Tommy Seymour double efforts put the team Lions in control.

Henderson, the lock alongside Courtney Lawes, was impressive otherwise but was sin-binned after 65 minutes for a precarious clear-out on Jordie Barrett. When Henderson moved out of the game the score was sat neatly in the Lions’ favour at 31-17, but there was then a sustained period of Canes pressure, with them coming more into the action and attacking Lions in new-found space. Continue reading “Yellow Card Costs Lions”

Story of: David Pocock

David Pocock is a professional rugby player who is from Zimbabwe but moved to Brisbane with his family where he completed most of his schooling. While in school, he played for the school team as well as was chosen to be part of Australian Schoolboys national rugby union team. It is known to be the highest level in school level rugby. This showcased the potential he had for the game.

Pocock made his debut as a professional player when he played for Force against the Sharks in the city of Durban. He participated in 2007 IRB Pacific Nations Cup as well for the schoolboy teams. Here he also earned the title of man of the match. Continue reading “Story of: David Pocock”