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Ahead of the 2018 Rugby Championship, we preview the teams looking to get their hands on the coveted silverware. First up, it is Argentina.
All Blacks selector Grant Fox has confirmed that two-time World Player of the Year Beauden Barrett will wear the fly-half jersey in Sydney.
Wallabies captain Michael Hooper has recovered from injury in time to face New Zealand after being named in a trimmed down squad.
France’s rugby community are in mourning after the death of a young player during a second division pre-season fixture on Friday evening.
Ospreys’ Moldovan prop Gheorghe Gajion has been ruled out of action for up to six months after undergoing surgery on a hamstring injury.
Former All Blacks and Crusaders fly-half Dan Carter has denied that he will make a return to Super Rugby in 2019 to join the Highlanders.
Steve Hansen says Rieko Ioane will stay at wing for the All Blacks, despite scoring a hat-trick at centre in the ‘Game of Three Halves’.
Former Blues and Connacht head coach Pat Lam is excited for the next challenge of his coaching career in the Premiership with Bristol.
Harry Williams insists Exeter Chiefs can ill afford to dwell on the disappointment of defeat in May’s Premiership Final against Saracens.
Leicester have bolstered their front row stocks with the signing of hooker Ross McMillan, adding to a trio of signings in the past few days.
Northampton Saints have signed hooker Joe Gray as injury cover until October, the 30-year-old rejoining the club after eight years.
It’s time again for our Video of the Week, bringing you standout footage you may enjoy. Today we look ahead to the Rugby Championship.
Jaque Fourie has called time on his playing career for the second time after injuries prevented him from featuring for Western Force.
Liza Burgess, Stephen Larkham, Ronan O’Gara, Pierre Villepreux and Bryan Williams will be added into World Rugby’s Hall of Fame in 2018.
Stirling Mortlock has laughed off All Blacks coach Steve Hansen’s claim that his side would start as underdogs for the sides’ Bledisloe opener.
Michael Cheika has scoffed at All Blacks coach Steve Hansen’s claim that the Wallabies are favourites for the sides’ Bledisloe opener.
The Brumbies have bolstered their backline stocks for the 2019 Super Rugby season with the signing of former Waratahs centre Irae Simone.
All the debate over where the favouritism sits ahead of this year’s opening Bledisloe Cup encounter in Sydney next weekend is irrelevant.
The Japan Rugby Union has played down rumours of an altercation between Amanaki Mafi and a member of staff earlier this year.
Wallabies and Waratahs flanker and captain Michael Hooper has given Australian rugby a massive boost, committing to a fresh five-year deal.