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Alex Cuthbert: Injured Wales wing to miss Cardiff Blues’ last two games of 2017-18 – BBC Sport


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Alex Cuthbert: Injured Wales wing to miss Cardiff Blues’ last two games of 2017-18
BBC Sport
Alex Cuthbert looks to have played his last game for Cardiff Blues after sustaining a pectoral injury. The Wales wing was injured during the Challenge Cup semi-final win over Pau and is unlikely to play in either the final in Bilbao on 11 May or
Alex Cuthbert’s Welsh rugby career seems over following painful injury during Cardiff Blues heroicsWalesOnline

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Sunderland AFC news LIVE – Pearson’s group won’t be completing a Black Cats takeover – ChronicleLive


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Sunderland AFC news LIVE – Pearson’s group won’t be completing a Black Cats takeover
ChronicleLive
Hull FC owner Adam Pearson is unlikely to be involved in any move to buy Sunderland football club, despite being strongly linked. According to a report in The Sun, Pearson is heading up a bid to buy the troubled club as part of a new consortium
SUNDERLAND TAKEOVER LATEST: New name enters the running – should we be cautious of who buys us?Roker Report (blog)
Rugby supremo Adam Pearson heading consortium trying to buy …The Sun
Former Hull, Leeds and Derby chief heads consortium eyeing Sunderland purchase – reportSunderland Echo
Derby Telegraph –Sports Mole
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Sunderland takeover gossip: Former Derby chairman heading consortium trying to buy Back Cats – ChronicleLive


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Sunderland takeover gossip: Former Derby chairman heading consortium trying to buy Back Cats
ChronicleLive
Former Derby County chairman Adam Pearson is reportedly heading a consortium trying to buy Sunderland. According to The Sun, Pearson and his team have approached Sunderland owner Ellis Short and are one of two ‘live’ bidders in the race to take control
Rugby supremo Adam Pearson heading consortium trying to buy crisis-hit SunderlandThe Sun
Former Derby County chairman heading consortium to buy Sunderland – reportsDerby Telegraph

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Club announces record-breaking advanced season card sales – Bristol Rugby (press release)


Bristol Rugby (press release)

Club announces record-breaking advanced season card sales
Bristol Rugby (press release)
“It’s great to see so many people showing their support for the club as it enters a bold new era in the Gallagher Premiership as Bristol Bears and we hope the sales continue on the same path ahead of next season.” 2018/19 season cards are now on

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Willie Miller: McInnes’ Aberdeen stamped their authority over Kilmarnock to put cup loss in the shade – Aberdeen Evening Express


Aberdeen Evening Express

Willie Miller: McInnes’ Aberdeen stamped their authority over Kilmarnock to put cup loss in the shade
Aberdeen Evening Express
The 2-0 victory at Rugby Park was a lot more like the Dons we have been accustomed to watching as they put their Scottish Cup semi-final loss to Motherwell behind them. It was pretty comfortable for them, although perhaps hard-fought in the second half
Aberdeen have spring in their step after Hampden horrorThe Scotsman
Aberdeen get back to winning ways in race for second place in PremiershipHeraldScotland
Resilient Reds on the right path to Europe after Kilmarnock victoryPress and Journal
The Scottish Sun –BBC Sport –Scottish Daily Record
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Inside Line: Johnny Sexton’s ‘quarterback’ control and the Cardiff Blues breakdown gang – Telegraph.co.uk


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Inside Line: Johnny Sexton’s ‘quarterback’ control and the Cardiff Blues breakdown gang
Telegraph.co.uk
Knockout rugby hinges on how teams seize opportunities, sometimes subtle ones, and ride the subsequent momentum swing. All four European semi-finals vindicated this truism. Here are two such moments, which also showed how Leinster and Cardiff Blues

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