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It is time for Planet Rugby’s Sunday Social, your quirky recap of the serious and not so serious talking points from the past week’s action.
It’s that time again for Planet Rugby’s Video of the Week, bringing you footage you may enjoy. Today, we look Jim Telfer’s speech from 1997.
With Super Rugby suspended indefinitely, we’ve taken a look at the health of some of the nations in the competition. Next up, New Zealand.
As it’s Ieuan Evans’ 56th birthday, here’s a quiz on the Wales legend.
With Super Rugby suspended indefinitely, we’ve taken a look at the health of some of the nations in the competition. First up, Australia.
Another busy day in the rugby union game as the sport continues to be affected by the coronavirus while there’s a free-to-air Six Nations blow.
The British and Irish Lions’ tour of South Africa in 2021 will be among world sport’s headline events next year and is one to look forward to.
Scotland claimed victory at Twickenham for the first time on March 20, 1926 as England embarked on a harrowing phase against their old foes.
Another busy day in the rugby union game as focus shifted to the teams sitting in the top two spots in the Six Nations table, France and England.
With the Six Nations done and dusted, for now at least, we look at the state of affairs in each of the competing nations. Last up, England.