Dubai Sevens 2008 Top 10 Tries


The top 10 tries from the 2008 Dubai Rugby Sevens, which was the opening leg of the 2008 IRB World Sevens Series.

10. Lucas Gonzalez Amorosino (Argentina)
9. Dino Tomas Caceres (Argentina)
8. William Bishop (Australia)
7. Vereniki Goneva (Fiji)
6. Giorgi Shkinin (Georgia)
5. Brian Nyikuli (Kenya)
4. Tim Nanai Williams (New Zealand)
3. Alafoti Faosiliva (Samoa)
2. Kevin Swiryn (USA)
1. Cleopas Makotose (Zimbabwe)

South Africa vs British & Irish Lions 3rd Test 2009


The Lions finally got the victory over South Africa they so desired in the 3rd and final test in Johannesburg. The series had already been won by the Springboks but the Lions salvaged some pride with an emphatic win.

Shane Williams got the first two tries for the Lions, giving the them a 15-6 half-time lead. Stephen Jones kicked 13 points and an intercept try from Ugo Monye sealed the win.

South Africa vs British & Irish Lions 2nd Test 2009


The 2nd Test in the 2009 British & Irish Lions series in South Africa came to a dramatic conclusion as Morne Steyn hit a long range penalty to seal a 28-25 win for the Springboks.

A brutal encounter between two of the top sides in world rugby made for a thrilling spectacle.

Christian Cullen All Black Tries... Lots of Them!


Christian Cullen running in a few tries for the All Blacks. 41 in fact! He scored 5 more tries for the All Blacks before hanging up his boots, chalking up a tally of 46 test tries. At the time this was an All Black try scoring record, only later to be surpassed by Doug Howlett.

Outrageous gas, a cracking sidestep and great strength made him one of the games most potent attacking weapons. A devastating runner and one of the best full-backs to grace the international stage. Sit back and enjoy watching Cullen carve up.

Don't Stop Believing in BOD (Brian O'Driscoll)


A great compilation of tries and moments of magic by BOD himself, Brian O'Driscoll. From the hat-trick against France which put him on the map, to his more recent brace against Wasps in the Heineken Cup, Brian shows without doubt that he's still got it!

Dubai Sevens Final 2006


The Dubai Sevens is a big date in the world rugby calendar, and is the first tournament in the IRB World Sevens Series, the world's premier rugby sevens competition. With the 2008 Dubai Sevens approaching this weekend, here is some footage from the final of the 2006 Dubai Sevens. South Africa put in a great display in horrible conditions to beat the Kiwis by 31 points to 12 and take the trophy.

Australia vs South Africa 1 2008 Tri Nations


A pair of tries by Lote Tuqiri and Stirling Mortlock carried Australia to a 16-9 victory over South Africa in their first game of the 2008 Tri-Nations.

The Springboks, who ended New Zealand's five-year unbeaten run at home the weekend before in Dunedin, were tormented by a host of errors and a failure to convert the chances they created.

All Blacks vs South Africa 2 2008 Tri Nations


A moment of magic from Ricky Januarie gives South Africa a 30 points to 28 away victory over the All Blacks in the 2nd game of the 2008 Tri Nations. JP Peitersen opened the scoring for the Boks after a Joe Van Niekerk dart down the blindside off a 5 metre scrum. Sione Lauaki pulled one back for the blacks following a lovely interchange of passes. Penalties from both sides kept the scoreboard ticking over before Januarie's brilliant individual effort sealed the 2 point win for the Boks.

All Blacks vs South Africa 1 2008 Tri Nations


Highlights from the opening game of the 2008 Tri Nations, between the All Blacks and the Springboks in Wellington. The world champions went down 19 points to 8, in what was the first test to be played under the IRB's new experimental laws.

The All Blacks were leading 9-3 when Bryan Habana reduced the deficit to a point, finishing off a fine break on 38 minutes. The blacks pulled away when Jerome Kaino scored a converted try for the blacks on 46 minutes with another Carter penalty sealing the deal.

All Blacks vs England 2nd Test 2008 Highlights


Highlights from England's 2nd Test against New Zealand in Christchurch. The All Blacks put in a comprehensive performance to run away with 44-12 win over the English.

The All Blacks led 20-0 at half-time through tries from Richard Kahui and Dan Carter, who added two penalties and two conversions. England finally got on the board when Danny Care crossed for a converted try after he took a quick tap penalty. But Ma'a Nonu, Sione Lauaki and Jimmy Cowan added further converted tries for the All Blacks, with Tom Varndell's score little consolation for England.

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