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France head coach Guy Novès has announced a 32-man squad, which includes Charles Ollivon, in preparation for their November Tests.
After three consecutive losses, Castres found form at the weekend to secure a convincing bonus-point win against Northampton Saints.
Connacht centre Bundee Aki revealed that he is keen to play at Test level and that Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt has contacted him.
The match officials for this week’s action have been confirmed, with Glen Jackson taking charge of the Canterbury versus Tasman fixture.
Eddie Jones has announced his 33-man squad for their upcoming November Series against South Africa, Fiji, Argentina and Australia.
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With Adriaan Strauss set to retire from Test rugby, Malcolm Marx is looking to establish himself as South Africa’s first-choice hooker.
Wallabies boss Michael Cheika says he won’t be handing out jerseys for free, despite picking NRL star Marika Koroibete in his touring squad.
The Force have added another Perth-based product to their ranks after signing scrum-half Michael Ruru for the 2017 Super Rugby season.
Ed Jenkins has stepped down from the Australian Sevens’ captaincy, with playmaker Lewis Holland next in line for the role.