Luzern began the 2014/15 season in style Sunday by overcoming a strong Zürich team on their own pitch in warm September sunshine. Although the hosts were missing some key players, they provided a tough examination which will help the Dangels focus on areas of improvement whilst knowing that key strengths still remain.
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RCL is a tough team of individuals. This has to be said. They can mix it with the best. Yesterday’s Nyon side were an athletic, well-trained, and very young-looking team. In fact, they had a very similar looking age make-up to RCL. Yet, RCL are a Brockenhouse of a team – a kind of . . . → Read More: A Brockenhouse of a Team – RCL v Nyon
Clearly, RCL is a different team from the team that played against Winterthur at the end of last season. Gone are the gaps in defense. Going are the high tackles. Coming are the low tackles and the chopping down of big men on our small-ish field here in Lucerne. I am writing from a . . . → Read More: Match report RCL vs Winterthur
For the first time in a while, things went RCL’s way in the toss of the coin and they were able to defend a kick-off and play up-hill for the first half of the game. Things went well from the beginning and the team played according to plan. For the first thirty-five minutes of . . . → Read More: Tidy win for RCL1 against Alba Lausanne
RCL2 got their first league win, away to Zug2. A great performance across the pitch, from young and old, experienced and inexperienced.
RCL2 started with the aggression and speed we asked at the Tuesday meeting. Our reward was an early penalty. From the outset, it was clear that RCL2 were there to win, and . . . → Read More: RCL2 pull off great win against Zug2
Maybes sent this article, proving that even the Welsh can be useful sometimes… It’s about the last few mins of the recent South African intervarsity (universities competition) final. University of Cape Town were 15-33 down to North-West University with 7 mins left. Then this happened…
We can learn a lot from these guys!
Here’s . . . → Read More: What can happen when you play to the final whistle…
The Luzern Dangels became Champions of Switzerland for the third year in a row on Saturday when an outstanding team performance saw 11 tries scored in front of a big Allmend crowd. Bern tackled hard all game but the relentless power of the Dangels forwards combined with the lightning quick speed in the backs . . . → Read More: Luzern Dangels 59-0 Bern Red Devils