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Western Force coach John Mitchell has decided to base his team in Durban during their three-match Super 14 tour of South Africa.
Brumbies chief executive Andrew Fagan has resigned himself to the fact he is unlikely to have finalised Stirling Mortlock's contract before the Super 14 season begins.
Tom Shanklin has vowed "there is more to come" as Wales look to build on their opening Six Nations Championship victories over England and Scotland.
Italy captain Sergio Parisse took little consolation from his man-of-the-match award following the <I>Azzurri's</I> narrow defeat to England in their Six Nations clash in Rome.
Andrew Trimble insists Ireland clawed back some self-belief from their dramatic 26-21 Six Nations defeat by France.
Scotland flanker Allister Hogg admits possession must be turned into tries after Frank Hadden's men drew another blank in Cardiff.
England flanker James Haskell admitted that they made it hard for themselves in Rome on Sunday, as they did a week before against Wales.
England coach Brian Ashton believes his team were never under serious threat against Italy despite a narrow 23-19 win in Rome.
New Zealand coach Gordon Tietjens has once again attributed his team's success to the particular emphasis the players placed on doing well in the contact situations.
Fiji coach Jo Savou remained upbeat after his team won the Plate Final in the San Diego leg of the International Rugby Board (IRB) Sevens World Series on Sunday.