Siale Piutau Tonga captain have been signed by Bristol to play for them. Bristol rugby has confirmed that Piutau will join the team for session 2016-2017 and will start playing for the team from the month of January.
However, the date from which Piutau will start playing for Bristol is still not clear. Meanwhile, there is only one premier match scheduled in the month of January that will take place at Northampton on the 7th. It is expected Piutau will start playing for Bristol from this premiership only.
2003 World Cup winner and English Rugby legend, Jason Robinson has sympathized with Elliot Daly, in lieu of the recent red card and a 3 week ban handed to him after England’s game against Argentina just last weekend at Twickenham.
Robinson, who during his union career days, had played with huge distinction at the full back position and on the wing, also attributed Daly’s mistimed tackle to lack of experience in the position.
The Wasps rugby team has gained second position in Aviva Premiership which has brought considerable pride to Dai Young who is the director of the team. Indeed, with the side having won despite several injuries, the director was full of praises for his team.
Even though the side was depleted as several players were injured, even then they were able to show it off to the Worcesters. Saracens are the reigning champions in the Premiership but the Wasps have been able to attain the second position behind them.
Dai Young has called on his boys to play with a lot more confidence in the remaining five games of the Aviva Premiership season after the London Wasps just squeezed past the Worcester Warriors last weekend.
The struggling Worcester side looked to have done enough to secure their first win in the Aviva Premiership in the last twelve months having managed to a lead of 11-6 with just a few minutes remaining on the clock.
But things were to turn for the worse for the relegation favorites as a try from former Warriors player Andy Goode secured a 13-11 win for the Wasps.