England’s now infamous V-shape response to the Haka ahead of their stunning victory over the All Blacks in the Rugby World Cup semi-final was a mistake, some members of the team have revealed.
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If 2019 told Australian fans anything it is that the Wallabies have four years to settle on a new playmaker — and they need to use it wisely.
“Never say never”.
Australia’s men’s sevens outfit has moved within one victory of a berth at next year’s Olympics but their dominance over two days at the Oceania Sevens doesn’t mean it will come easy. …
There is Game of Thrones-style manoeuvring going on in the shadows as the contenders to the Wallabies and All Blacks thrones line up their claims.
Former England captain Dylan Hartley announced his retirement from rugby on Thursday after failing to recover from a long-standing knee injury.
The Chiefs have rebuffed Steve Hansen’s critique of the Super Rugby contract that will allow new coach Warren Gatland to take a season off to coach the British and Irish Lions.
It’s so far so good for Australia’s men’s sevens Olympic quest following comfortable defeats of Vanuatu and Nauru in the opening day of the Oceania qualifying tournament on Thursday.
Two’s the magic number for Wallaby Jack Maddocks and Australia’s men’s rugby sevens team as they attempt to nail down an Olympic berth in Fiji.
Rugby Australia (RA) CEO Raelene Castle didn’t slam the door shut on Israel Folau, diplomatically responding “never say never” when asked if she could see a way back for him in rugby, but at least one potential lifeline for the 30-year-old has been cut…
Former Wallaby and cricket administrator Pat Howard is part of a three-person panel who will review the Wallabies’ 2019 season following their World Cup flop.
New Zealand Rugby is resigned to losing Sonny Bill Williams back to the 13-man code but will leave the door open for a return in an off-field role.
Outgoing Rugby Australia chairman Cameron Clyne has dismissed accusations the Israel Folau settlement will have any impact on grassroots rugby.
English and European champions Saracens have been docked 35 points and fined over £5 million (A$9.3 million) for breaching the Premiership Rugby salary cap over several seasons, Premiership Rugby announced.
Siya Kolisi kept hoisting the Rugby World Cup trophy in the air and the thousands of South Africans who gathered to welcome home their triumphant Springboks team cheered louder each time.