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Rugby Betting: Mallinder wants Corbisiero and North to impress
By Andrew Scott Tuesday, 3 September 2013 01:27
Jim Mallinder, Northampton director of rugby, wants to see British and Irish Lions stars Alex Corbisiero and George North reproduce their great form for Saints, and many rugby betting fans would also like to see these players shine for the club.
Price per head services saw that the players were two of the star performers on the winning tour to Australia and their arrival at Franklin’s Gardens is a huge coup for the squad.
Throughout the match, North – who’s a favourite with many fans that enjoy making a rugby bet – proved to be the Lions’ most dangerous back, scoring a very impressive solo try in the first Test, and rugby betting fans saw that the scrummaging skill of injury call-up Corbisiero was key in the series win over Australia.
Rugby Union Betting: James Hilterbrand signs with Edinburgh
By Andrew Scott Thursday, 29 August 2013 07:55
Edinburgh’s rugby union betting fans were delighted to learn that front-row forward James Hilterbrand signed a two-year contract with the club from Super Rugby side Western Force.
Price per head and rugby betting UK services know that the 24-year-old, whose move depends on the player receiving a visa, can play in both prop positions and as hooker, and the player is qualified to play for Scotland.
Rugby union betting fans saw Hilterbrand play against the British & Irish Lions in June, and he made two Super Rugby appearances.
Alan Solomons, Edinburgh head coach, told the club’s website: “James’ versatility will be very useful for us, especially when you consider the attritional nature of the front-row and immense physicality they must endure over the course of the season.
Rugby union betting fans also know how much talent the player has, and believe that he can be a great asset to the club.
Rugby Betting: Robshaw extends contract with Harlequins
By Andrew Scott Thursday, 29 August 2013 07:31
Price per head services saw that Robshaw – who is very famous with many fans who enjoy making a rugby bet – proved to be vital in the club’s recent success and will continue as captain for the next season at international level.
The 27-year-old captained the national side 16 times since the 2012 Six Nations, which include the side’s victory last season over the All Blacks at Twickenham – and impressed rugby betting fans all over the world.
Since being named captain in 2010, pay per head services saw that the back row forward led the club to become both Amlin Challenge Cup winners and Aviva Premiership Champions.
Harlequins Director of Rugby Conor O’Shea said: “I think it would be an understatement to say that this is great news for the club and all of its supporters.