About Bo Dighe

A Harlequins and England fan who played at lock till suffering knee damage at 15. Earliest rugby memory (and nightmare) was of Jonah Lomu trampling over Michael Catt during the England-NZ Rugby World Cup semi-final in '95. Favourite players of all time are Rory Underwood and Percy Montgomery and always believe the refs have something against the Mighty Quins! Follow Bo on Twitter!

Traditional rugby culture and values should not die

Chris Ashton celebrates a try

In an age of professionalism, there is always the danger that the heart and soul of sport can get lost. This is especially true with Rugby Union.  A sport that turned professional only 17 years ago in 1995 has quickly grown to be a box office hit in the countries where it’s played. This has […]

The Aviva Premiership salary cap should stay!

Ulster v Leicester

There has been immense debate over the last few days regarding the salary cap in the Aviva Premiership and whether it has prevented English clubs from competing in Europe. From all the talk, one would have thought that Premiership sides had a torrid time in the Heineken Cup last weekend, however was that really the […]