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Manu Tuilagi smashes Tom Williams


Top14 player imposter!


JDV smashed by Benoit August


The Northampton Saints 30m scrum!


Bastareaud huge hit on Rory Lamont


All Blacks skills - Pt 2 In the backyard


Trinh-Duc sets up Harinordoquy try


Wales vs England 1999


Greg Holmes great hit on Francois Louw



Monday, March 28, 2011

The Rugby Club Plays of the Week - Rounds 4 & 5

It's Monday morning and after another brilliant weekend of rugby, it's time to work out what you want to see on the site this week. While that happens, something that has been requested a lot is the Fox Sports Plays of the week, so here's weeks 4 and 5, mixed into one clip for you to enjoy.

It was a fascinating weekend of rugby as great matches were served up in the Aviva Premiership, Magners League, Super Rugby, Top 14, and at the Hong Kong Sevens. I guess you could say that there's lots to talk about, with plenty of incident and quality stuff on show.

The challenge now is sifting through the best of everything to continue to bring you the highest standard of clips here on RD. Part of that process, as has always been the case, involves you.

As is sometimes asked on the Rugbydump Facebook Page, if you spotted anything you'd like to see on the site over the past few days, please do get in touch with match details and the time that the piece of play happened at. This helps speed up the process, so everyone wins.

You're free to leave your request as a comment here, send in an email, or get on the forum and post it in the requests section. For now though, here's two videos mixed into one that feature the best and worst of not only Super Rugby for the last two weeks, but also a bit of the Six Nations. The Plays for the latest round, round 6, will be posted near the end of the week.



Time: 04:04
Note: Thanks to the guys at Fox Sports. You can follow Sean Maloney on Twitter @seanny202


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18 Comments:

  • 1st

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at March 28, 2011 12:15 pm  

  • anyway we can get more 7s coverage on RD?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at March 28, 2011 12:16 pm  

  • sweet RD your doin a great job love the school of hardknocks. I've gota request:
    Chiefs vs. Blues 1st half 30-35 minute. Great forward effort of the Chiefs to defend the try line and the forwards also get some great credit from the croud. I think the hardwork of the forwards is been overlooked to much would be great to give there well deserved credit.

    By Blogger "Screwed Finger" Dirk, at March 28, 2011 12:32 pm  

  • Lone black guy in the cheetahs crowd, looks nervous, haha.

    By Anonymous Andymo, at March 28, 2011 1:36 pm  

  • MORE BLOOD!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at March 28, 2011 2:40 pm  

  • love the bit with umaga and smith at the end. gives "never say die" a new meaning ;)

    By Anonymous opfazonk, at March 28, 2011 4:26 pm  

  • Second clip was funnier than the first I think...

    By Blogger Alexander, at March 28, 2011 5:56 pm  

  • AZZURRIIII!!!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at March 28, 2011 7:54 pm  

  • My favourite post every week. Keep 'em coming

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at March 28, 2011 8:05 pm  

  • Haha Otako!? Brilliant.. this stuff is just so funny

    By Anonymous Juggernauter, at March 28, 2011 8:08 pm  

  • Loving the posts out here in Singapore.
    Could do with some clips of the HK 7's.
    Also, could you get up some more of the School of Hard Knocks, that show is spot on.

    By Anonymous SingaporeFlyer, at March 29, 2011 3:18 am  

  • love the Benny Hill fast motion bits...accompany it with silly music and you've got all!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at March 29, 2011 4:46 am  

  • The comments are moronic.

    By Anonymous Gman, at March 29, 2011 5:56 am  

  • Italy beating france, the biggest upset in six nations history? I dont think so.

    By Anonymous ElTigre, at March 29, 2011 6:47 am  

  • Who was the cheerleader..... Hmm?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at March 29, 2011 8:46 am  

  • @el tigre: pray tell what the biggest upset in your opinion was? italy had never beaten france in the six nations and only once in their whole history..seems fare to say its a big upset

    By Blogger poccio, at March 29, 2011 11:58 am  

  • keep the plays of the week coming!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at March 30, 2011 4:16 pm  

  • I just had to comment on the k in otago:
    Otakou means “the place where the red earth, or red ochre, abounds”. Because of dialectical variations in Maori speech, the Ngai Tahu “k” (that is, southern Maori) approximates to the English hard “g” while the “ou” is commonly pronounced as a long “o”. Thus Otago was the Ngai Tahu pronunciation of the standard (northern) Maori Otakou and in this form was adopted by the early whalers and, later, by the Scottish settlers in the south.

    Schools out kids, thanks for your time.

    By Anonymous Kahu, at April 01, 2011 3:44 am  

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