Quarter finals in 2023 Rugby World Cup.
Wales 17 Argentina 29.
Ireland 24 New Zealand 28.
England 30 Fiji 24.
France 28 South Africa 29.
Two mouth-watering semi-final ties:
England v South Africa
New Zealand v Argentina.
Can England reach the final once again?
Wales Wallop the Wallabies in 2023 Rugby World Cup.
Wales 40 Australia 6.
Gareth Anscombe was the star of the show coming on for the injured
Dan Biggar. Anscombe scored a drop goal, converted six penalties
and made one conversion, a total of 23 points.
Wales are now into the 2023 Rugby World Cup Quarter Finals.
Depleted Wales battered by Kiwis.
Wales 16 New Zealand 54.
A depleted Wales XV were no match for
the rampant All Blacks .
This was Wales’ s 32nd successive defeat
in Tests with New Zealand.
Welsh try, converted by Priestland.
Anscombe with two penalties and
Priestland with another penalty
completed the welsh scoring.
Wales 6 New Zealand 18.
A second half try blitz by the Kiwis
brought their points total to 54
with Wales adding a paltry 10 points
to their half time score.
Injuries to Alan Wyn Jones
and Ross Moriarty
are a major problem for Wales
as they next face World Champions
South Africa in the Autumn Nations Series.
British Lions lose final test and series
in South Africa.
Morne Steyn’s late penalty
wins series for South Africa.
South Africa 19
British and Irish Lions 16.
The Lions lost Dan Biggar early
in the first half of this deciding match.
Biggar’s replacement Finn Russell
kicked magnificently to keep the Lions
in touch until Steyn’s late penalty.
Resurgent South Africa
tame British and Irish Lions
in second Test Match.
South Africa 27
Tries: Mapimpi, Am, Con Pollard.
Penalties: Pollard 5.
British and Irish Lions 9
Biggar 3 penalties.
Series level at One Test Match apiece.
back at their best.
British and Irish Lions win opening Test
against Rugby’s World Champions, South Africa
in Cape Town on Saturday, 24th July, 2021.
South Africa 17-22 British and Irish Lions.
Tries by de Klerk for South Africa
and Cowan-Dickie for the British and Irish Lions.
Biggar converted Cowan-Dickie’s try.
Pollard scored four penalties for the Springboks.
Biggar also scored four penalties for the Lions,
with Farrell scoring the deciding penalty for the Lions.
The tourists superior physical conditioning
was the key to this brilliant victory.
Next Test Match is on Saturday, 31st July, 2021.
Please don’t forget the Gareth Edwards signed
British Lions shirt is still on sale at:
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Don’t miss out on the wonderful
piece of memorabilia signed by one of the British Lions
greatest ever players.
Wales win 2021 Six Nations Championship.
Much improved Wales showing more flair and playing exciting Rugby.
Painting by Ann Gray.
Signed Lions 2009 Tour Shirt for sale.
Signed by Gareth Edwards
Wales & British Lions.
with sensible offers.
Rugby World Cup 2019.
Rugby World Cup 2019 Final.
‘Sometimes a storm comes in
and all you can do is
yield in its path’.
South Africa win 2019 Rugby World Cup.
Siya Kolisi, the first black captain
of South Africa lifted the Webb Ellis trophy,
South Africa were the
2019 Rugby World Cup Winners.
England 12 South Africa 32.
England’s lack of flair and imagination
costs them the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
Kolbe try gives the Rainbow Nation the title.
Butter-fingered England trail at half-time:
England 6 South Africa 12
Poor handling by the England backs have put
the team on the back foot in this tense final.
England’s first half performance was littered with handling errors.
England will play South Africa in 2019
Rugby World Cup Final next Saturday.
Disappointing Wales lose to Springboks.
Wales 16 South Africa 19.
England reach 2019 Rugby World Cup Final.
England 19 New Zealand 7.
George Ford with four penalties
secures memorable England victory.
Wales v South Africa
Sunday 27th October, 2019.
Hopefully an England v Wales
2019 World Cup Final.
Moriarty try puts Wales in semi-final.
Wales 21 France 20
in poor third quarter-final.
France’s Vahaamahina red carded.
England and New Zealand
book their place in the semi-finals.
Can Wales defeat France after withstanding
a ferocious Australian fightback
earlier in the competition?
Wales 29 Australia 25.
Rhys Patchell with 3 penalties,
one hitting the left post
and bouncing just over the bar,
helped Wales to a slender victory.
Rhys had signed for us when he
visited Colwyn Bay four years ago.
See photo below.
Local Rugby fan Steve Lord with the Rugby World Cup.
Won by New Zealand 34 points to 17.
There was an exhilarating final as expected.
Wales Fly-Half Rhys Priestland signs for us.
Barbarians v New Zealand 1978 programme (top)
Five Nations Legends autographs (above) including:
Phil Bennett, Bill Beaumont, Peter Wheeler, Derek Quinnell, Terry Holmes.
To own this superb piece of Rugby Union memorabilia,
Phone Charles on 07802654106.
Remember the Six Nations Championship starts tonight 05.02.2015.
Welsh Rugby’s World Cup Squad visits Colwyn Bay.
Great public relations on behalf of the WRU and Conwy Council.
Well done Rupert Moon for organising the event.
All Our Yesterdays would like to thank:
Jake Ball, Rhys Webb, Rhys Patchell, Jack Dixon and Jamie Roberts
for signing autographs.
Rhys Webb in action below.
Welsh squad travelled to the Bay on a special Arriva Train.
Everyone present received this WRU poster.
Good luck Wales in the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
The 2015 Rugby World Cup will soon be with us.
I love this advert from the 2007 Rugby World Cup.
Previous winners of the Rugby World Cup.
World Cup pictures courtesy of Steve Lord.
New Ruck and Maul display went live this week.
Rob Howley autobiography will be added shortly.
Visit All Our Yesterdays to maul over the legends featured in this ruck.