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#no scrum no win

# no-scrum-no-win - Tuesday 25 August, 2020

From The42 'That competitiveness between two world-class tightheads is great' Prop Life

'That competitiveness between two world-class tightheads is great'

Leinster prop Tadhg Furlong is close to returning from a minor back issue.

# no-scrum-no-win - Saturday 2 November, 2019

From The42 'The Beast' leads Springboks' total destruction of England's scrum No Scrum No Win

'The Beast' leads Springboks' total destruction of England's scrum

The Springboks pack was ruthless in going after the English set-piece in the World Cup final.

From The42 'You can't fire a cannon out of a canoe' -- Eddie O'Sullivan EDDIE-ISM

# no-scrum-no-win - Friday 15 June, 2018

From The42 'You could have all the carries in the world but if you don’t back it up, that’s s**t' No Scrum No Win

'You could have all the carries in the world but if you don’t back it up, that’s s**t'

Cian Healy is fired up to put things right at scrum time against the Wallabies.

# no-scrum-no-win - Thursday 23 February, 2017

From The42 French 'lesson' has Furlong well warned for Test ahead No Scrum No Win

French 'lesson' has Furlong well warned for Test ahead

A lot has changed for the Wexford man since his 17 minutes in Paris last year.

# no-scrum-no-win - Thursday 13 November, 2014

From The42 Ireland's scrum out to right their Boks wrongs against Georgians No Scrum No Win

Ireland's scrum out to right their Boks wrongs against Georgians

Scrum coach Greg Feek has an interesting perspective on the failings at set-piece time last weekend.

# no-scrum-no-win - Wednesday 5 November, 2014

From The42 'Boks stay bashful about scrum chances while trusting Pollard to fire up the back-line No Scrum No Win

'Boks stay bashful about scrum chances while trusting Pollard to fire up the back-line

South Africa are in rude health, while Joe Schmidt could conceivably have to make do without his entire first-choice front row.