Latest news:

Logging in or posting queries? Look at the "How to..." button on the panel on the left.

BBC Rugby | Aviva Premiership TV | European Champions Cup | MatchDayLive Score Updates | Ultimate Rugby App

It's a DW, DW, DW world - where do DWs come from? <<<-->

*** BUY MATCH TICKETS | Join Wasps FC Amateurs ***


Goto Page: 123Next
Current Page: 1 of 3
World U20 Rugby
Discussion started by backdoc , 04 June, 2019 13:29
World U20 Rugby
backdoc 04 June, 2019 13:29
Starting today, and apparently no live games shown in the UK.
Does anyone know how to watch the games? - England are playing v Ireland tonight.

Re: World U20 Rugby
Trev's Big Tackle 04 June, 2019 13:38
Where there's no national broadcaster you can usually watch the games on the world rugby website:

[www.world.rugby]

The final is on ITV in the UK but you should be able to stream the rest on the world rugby website.

Re: World U20 Rugby
neils 04 June, 2019 14:02
There are highlights on ITV after each round of games.

Must admit for these things I bring it up on my phone and beam it to the telly so easy. Just got to rtemember to do it.

Re: World U20 Rugby
Petergwilson 04 June, 2019 14:03
Some highlights tonight on ITV4

Re: World U20 Rugby
Raggs 04 June, 2019 14:47
You can watch on the world rugby website, or their youtube channel, probably facebook too.

Re: World U20 Rugby
RogerE 04 June, 2019 17:52
According to a friend cricfree.org might be a website to visit....



Roger

Re: World U20 Rugby
neils 04 June, 2019 18:41
All you need is a smart TV and it becomes easy. Watched young Anderson score a try earlier.

Re: World U20 Rugby
backdoc 04 June, 2019 20:27
Half time for England. The 9 has given the game to Ireland so far with two major mistakes leading to tries - a charge down and a 'dive through' when dithering at the back with the ball over the try line. England not tight enough.

Re: World U20 Rugby
neils 04 June, 2019 20:34
Plus a lucky yellow when it could easily have been red.

Re: World U20 Rugby
backdoc 04 June, 2019 20:46
Yellow for young Vunipola. He was crouched down waiting to tackle the 15, who then dropped down to his knee in contact. High tackle. Unbelievable.

Re: World U20 Rugby
neils 04 June, 2019 20:52
Although it is good to hear a referee looking at mitigation.

Re: World U20 Rugby
neils 04 June, 2019 21:05
Alfie gets a red after seconds on the pitch. Deserved.

Re: World U20 Rugby
backdoc 04 June, 2019 21:11
That must be game over. Vunipola not v impressive either ball in hand or boot.

Re: World U20 Rugby
RossM 04 June, 2019 23:56
Quote:
neils
Alfie gets a red after seconds on the pitch. Deserved.

Strewth. What did he do?

Re: World U20 Rugby
BathMatt53 05 June, 2019 07:51
This.

[mobile.twitter.com]

Silly. I know the guy climbed on him but it was only going to end one way.



[Adoptee 19 / 20: The High ball and counter attack meister, Tom Homer]

Re: World U20 Rugby
Just 05 June, 2019 08:02
I seem to recall Simon Shaw receiving a red card in New Zealand for use of the knee, Alfie should have just stood his ground and whinged to the ref like an All Black.
Foolish thing to do driving through and standing up, but he is very young and will learn from it.

Re: World U20 Rugby
backdoc 05 June, 2019 08:10
The problem is he is so strong and uses his brawn rather than his brain.

Re: World U20 Rugby
RossM 05 June, 2019 09:01
Quote:
BathMatt53
This.
[mobile.twitter.com]

Silly. I know the guy climbed on him but it was only going to end one way.

Looks like Alfie has had his first lesson in playing streetwise.

Re: World U20 Rugby
backdoc 05 June, 2019 09:56
The Irish were very streetwise, and played as a team.

Re: World U20 Rugby
bigfecker 05 June, 2019 12:10
That means he is out of the U20 World Cup, a red card means you are out.

Bloody stupid.

Goto Page: 123Next
Current Page: 1 of 3

Sorry, only registered users may post in this forum.
We record all IP addresses on the Sportnetwork message boards which may be required by the authorities in case of defamatory or abusive comment. We seek to monitor the Message Boards at regular intervals. We do not associate Sportnetwork with any of the comments and do not take responsibility for any statements or opinions expressed on the Message Boards. If you have any cause for concern over any material posted here please let us know as soon as possible by e-mailing abuse@sportnetwork.net