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Scotland are sweating on the fitness of back-row Magnus Bradbury after he underwent a scan on Monday for a suspected dislocated shoulder.
The match officials for this weekend’s action have been confirmed, with Romain Poite refereeing the Wallabies versus All Blacks clash in Japan.
Irish Rugby Football Union CEO Philip Browne believes his country can still win trophies if head coach Joe Schmidt leaves after the World Cup.
Jaco Peyper has been appointed as the referee for the Currie Cup Final between WP and the Sharks at Newlands in Cape Town on Saturday.
Four countries are represented in the shortlists for the upcoming World Rugby Men’s and Women’s Sevens Players of the Year 2018 awards.
Memories of a loss to Australia in 2017’s Bledisloe Cup dead rubber are a factor for the All Blacks ahead Saturday’s encounter in Yokohama.
The Melbourne Rebels have announced that they have acquired the services of Wallaby pivot Quade Cooper the 2019 Super Rugby season.
Now that the dust has settled on Round Two of the Champions Cup, we’ve gone through the action to pick the best players from the games.
Former England back-row Thomas Waldrom has retired from rugby aged 35 after ending his career with Wellington in the Mitre 10 Cup.
Coach John Mulvihill insists Cardiff Blues must be more clinical and accurate, following Sunday’s Champions Cup defeat to Glasgow.
Wales international Gareth Anscombe has slammed a clash of kit colours between Cardiff Blues and Glasgow Warriors as a ‘disgrace’.
Toulouse joint-head coach Régis Sonnes expressed delight at his side’s dramatic 28-27 Champions Cup upset of Leinster on Sunday.
Dean Richards praised the patience and accuracy of his Newcastle Falcons players after their Champions Cup victory over Montpellier.
Watch the video highlights from Round Two of the Champions Cup.
Glasgow Warriors proved too strong for Cardiff Blues as they claimed a 29-12 win in their Champions Cup clash at Cardiff Arms Park on Sunday.
A superb Toulouse inflicted a rare European defeat on Leinster as they shocked the current holders 28-27 at Stade Ernest Wallon on Sunday.
A preliminary Springbok training squad of 20 players for the end-of-year tour to the United Kingdom and France was unveiled on Sunday.