Author: isport

When Bath Rugby leave the limbo finally that foregoes their double-header with Sale, they would prime themselves for a tough work. The Whites, Blue and Black know they have to play the Sharks twice in a week, they just do not know which week, or exactly how many days would break up the clashes yet. […]

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England got off to a perfect start with Sale Sharks’ George Nott scoring the opening try inside five minutes and helping the hosts beat Italy 48-10. It was a frenzied day of action as Italy was put to the sword at the Academy Stadium in Manchester.

At the break, England led 17-3 with tries from Sam Aspland-Robinson and Nott, conversions for Harry Mallinder and Theo Brophy-Clews, and a penalty for the center of Northampton Saints. Italy earned their points when Leonardo Mantelli scored a long-range drop-goal in the first half.

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Talks about a possible deal have been continuing since the beginning of 2016. Finally, the deal has been sealed. Ian Blackhurst and Brian Kennedy, who were in charge of the club since 2000 will be now replaced by Simon Orange-led company CorpAcq Ltd as the new owners at the Sale Sharks.

The Sale Sharks have performed brilliantly over the last 16 years under Brian Kennedy’s ownership. After taking over in 2000, the duo helped the club build a squad that emerged victorious in the European Cup twice – first in 2002 and then in 2005.

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Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Sale Sharks has announced the signing of Italian international prop player Alberto de Marchi on a contract of two years with the player turning out for the club at the end of the season.

The 28 year old, who was a part of the Italian national team in the recently concluded Six Nations Championship and played all five matches for the Italians during the competition and will be a direct replacement for the club’s England international front rower Henry Thomas who will be moving to Bath Rugby at the end of the season.

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Mark Cueto is set to extend a brilliant thirteen year spell at the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Sale Sharks by signing a new deal with the Salford based side.

Cueto, a former winger for England and the British and Irish Lions is in the last year of his current contract with the side and there was widespread speculation at the end of last season that this would be his last with the club and he would retire at the end of the term and look for a new career opportunity in the broadcast media circuit.

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Steve Diamond, the Director of Rugby of the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Sale Sharks has not ruled out adding further personnel to the squad if injury problems still persist with the side.

The Sharks recently signed Tongan international forward Viliami Fihaki for the side with the team dreadfully short of options in that position and this could lead to more players coming in.

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Mike Forshaw, the new defensive coach of the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Sale Sharks is relishing the challenge of taking the team from being the whipping boys of the top flight to making them one of the meanest teams in the country.

The Sharks named Forshaw as the club’s new defensive coach last month and he arrived at the club with a hugely impressive CV, both as a player in the Rugby League and a mean minded defensive coach both in the Rugby League and the Rugby Union.

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Mark Cueto has backed the new signings of the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Sale Sharks to make a positive impact in the side’s run in the Premiership this season and believes that their addition to the squad will help the club avoid another scrap to remain in the top tier of English professional rugby this season.

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There is a long tradition of sports betting in Britain, and bookmakers’ shops have been present in high streets around the country for a very long time, but at the same time, it does seem as if this activity has experienced a growth in popularity during the last ten-to-fifteen years.

It is likely that there are a few different reasons for this, but one of them is almost certainly the availability of such services on the internet – as there has also been a rise in the number of people playing games like slots at the various online casino pages on the net.

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