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Players free for World Cup build-up after WRU compensation change
International players based in England will be available for training camps ahead of the Rugby World Cup after the sport's governing body offered Premiership clubs greater financial support if they ...
Why David Pocock should sit out the remainder of Super Rugby
Wrap David Pocock in cotton wool. The Wallabies need their best player to be 100 percent fit, or close enough to it, come World Cup time and while Brumbies fans may want him back for a title push, ...
Marler to line up for the Barbarians against England
Former England international Joe Marler will line up against his country after accepting an invitation to represent the Barbarians invitational side.
Jean de Villiers shows off 'loose' knee in viral video clip
The former Springboks captain has illustrated the toll of his injuries by showing off what he described as "a loose" knee.
Springboks' Pollard leaves Super Rugby tour with calf injury
Springboks flyhalf Handre Pollard, who played a key role in a rare away success for the Bulls in Australia last week, is returning home after injuring his calf and will miss the next three Super ...
Cipriani completes Premiership award double
Premiership player of the season Danny Cipriani becomes only the second man to win the award in the same year as claiming the Players' player of the year prize.
Rugby must revisit the scrum amid current guessing game
While the refereeing in South Africa has raised some eyebrows across Super Rugby, it's the increasing amount of scrum resets and general uncertainty that is really upsetting fans - Craig Dowd writes.




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