IRB Pacific Rugby Cup 2014

Pampas is the rugby team that represents Argentina. This rugby team was founded in the year 2010 and has ever since gained a lot of popularity among the thousands of rugby fans. The International Rugby Board (the main governing body of the game) has recently announced that Pampas is going to be a part of the Pacific Rugby Cup 2014.

A year worth forgetting

They have lost 10 out of their last 12 tests in international rugby, changed their head coach and their squad is ravaged by internal squabbles and divisions – all in all, 2013 has been a year to forget for the Argentina Rugby Team.

Argentina Rugby Boost

Argentina rugby experienced a major boost during Argentina’s first year in the Rugby Championship. But nonetheless, a victory during this year could boost the interest levels off the scale. Their debut in 2012 was rather impressive with two narrow losses to Australia and a draw with the Springboks. They participated in The Rugby Championship against New Zealand, South Africa and Australia. The Pumas played their first match against South Africa and lost 27-6. Argentina rugby team had a draw the next week in Mendoza to achieve a 16-16. This was their best result ever against Springbok.

Argentina Rugby Team

The Argentina rugby team is facing quite a crisis at the current moment. They have not won a single match in the Rugby Championship, and are yet to shine on the field.

But it would be unfair to say that they are not even trying, because they are, and after their losses, they have formed a new squad, a full strength squad, and hopes are riding high on this team. This year, the team will be faced with a new challenge, and that is to prove their mettle, and that they really have the expertise to win on the field.

Argentina Rugby

The Argentina rugby team coach Santiago Phelan has confirmed the team that will go head to head against other teams at the upcoming Rugby Championship.

There are thirty players who have been selected, and this roster includes the much celebrated players Felipe Contepomi, and also Gonzalo Tiesi. Contepomi is under a bit of pressure, as he captained the team when they played a two test series against England, but failed to emerge the victor.

Rubgy in Canada & England

Some of the English speaking nations have developed similarly in regards to the sports they like. One sport that is played both in Canada as well as the United Kingdom is rugby union. Rugby is essentially a style of football that was named for the Rugby school in the United Kingdom.

Bath Rugby using Gold’s voice to scare birds

Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club Bath Rugby has found a new way to scare away the birds that have taken residence at the club’s famous Recreation Ground – they are using the voice of their head coach Gary Gold.

The grounds men of the club have stripped the surface of the Recreation Ground and have replanted seeds of grass for the pitch to be ready by the time pre-season kicks off but the birds seem to have their own plans regarding this and they have descended in numbers, eating the newly planted seeds.

Henry intends to return to help Argentina Rugby

Rugby World Cup winning coach Sir Graham Henry has confirmed he would love to continue his role as a mentor figure with the Argentina Rugby Team in this year’s Rugby Championship.

The World Cup winner raised several eyebrows last year when he decided leave his position as the coach of the New Zealand rugby team to take charge of the Argentine national team as a mentor figure to the team’s young coach Santiago Phelan. The move came barely a year after a he had won the title with the All Blacks on home soil.

Tiesi joins London Welsh

Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the London Welsh has completed the signing of Gonzalo Tiesi, the international centre for the Argentina Rugby Team to strengthen their options.

The 27 year old Tiesi has vast experience of playing in the Aviva Premiership before, having played in the division before with the likes of Harlequins FC as well as the London Welsh and was recalled into the national team of the Pumas for the autumn internationals of last year, having impressed with his performances for the local Buenos Aires club San Isidro Club.

London Welsh sign Julio Farias Cabello

Aviva Premiership Rugby Union club the London Welsh have completed the signing of versatile Argentine international forward Julio Farias Cabello. The Exiles have signed the versatile player from his club Tucuman.

The 34 year old forward has earned 19 caps for The Pumas in international rugby competitions and he was an ever present figure for the team in the country’s first ever campaign in the Rugby Championships last year. The signing of the Argentine signals the intentions of the newly promoted club to the Aviva Premiership about their plans for the future.