1. rugbybricks.

    #30degrees Want more power and distance? #30degree rule from @rugbybricks . . Through #ASKrugbybricks a constant question is around getting more distance and power behind the kick . To be fair there are so many variables that go into a kick but one quick way to get some power and momentum behind the ball is approaching on a 30 degree angle . This will allow you to get max back swing and follow throu . . .

  2. Andrea Byrne‏ 

    Found this in a clear out . In ‘08 I’d just started my job in @ITVWales . . . I had it up by my desk to learn the @SixNationsRugby squad ! ! It turned out to be a vintage Grand Slam year . . . and little did I know my future hubby @byrney_15 was centre stage #SixNations @WalesOnline

  3. BBC ScrumV‏

    If this doesn't get you in the mood for the #SixNations nothing will ! We - like @SteveSpeirs4 - are simply lost without it . Tune into #ScrumV from 6:00pm on @BBCTwo Wales as we preview the start of the tournament .