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Rhys Webb signs three-year deal with Toulon, but he'll still be available to play for Wales
The Lions scrum-half last week announced he was leaving Ospreys next season.
Out-of-favour Cooper will get the chance to impress Cheika when he faces the Wallabies
He’ll captain the Barbarians in Sydney next month.
Dubai successfully tests pioneering two-seater air taxi service
The prototype can fly for 30 minutes at a maximum speed of 100 kilometres per hour (62mph).
Kane Hames gets his first start as All Blacks make 7 changes for Springboks
New Zealand take on South Africa in the Rugby Championship on Saturday.
Wallabies star Folau 'respects all people' but 'will not support' same-sex marriage
Australia star Israel Folau’s refusal to support gay marriage led to a mixed reaction from the public on social media.
'It's not going to stop us' - Cheika defiant despite home hammering against All Blacks
The Wallabies capitulated in today’s first half against New Zealand.
Barrett hails Lions wake-up call for All Blacks and brushes off kicking concerns
New Zealand drew with the British and Irish Lions, a result that Beauden Barrett believes was “just what we needed”.
Sonny Bill appeals suspension in bid to face Australia in Rugby Championship opener
The All Blacks believe their shortened warm-up fixture against Counties Manukau and Taranaki should count in SBW’s ban.
Wallabies captain Moore set to retire from international rugby
The 34-year-old came close to a move to Munster in the past.
All Blacks vice-captain Smith to take sabbatical
He will miss the majority of the Rugby Championship after exercising the option to take a career break.
Lions draw series after a stunning Test with All Blacks in Auckland
The All Blacks had many chances to put the tourists aways, but Warren Gatland’s men were gritty.
'These are the ones you remember' - Aaron Smith is well up for this weekend's Lions decider
The fired-up All Blacks star “could play today”.
Huge scare in Castlebar but Mayo do just enough to see off gutsy Derry
Stephen Rochford’s side won by 11 points, but only after extra-time.
Rampant Springboks outscore France by four tries to complete whitewash
South Africa won the series 3-0.
No Ford fiesta as Scotland fail in Fiji a week after Wallabies win
Veteran hooker Ross Ford made history in Suva, becoming Scotland’s most capped player.
Samoa run experimental Wales side close but fall just short
Two second-half scores from Steff Evans in only his second Test ensured Wales head home with two tour wins out of two.
'There's always a minority' - Rob Howley disappointed by Spencer incident with fan on Lions tour
Tour manager John Spencer was confronted at a restaurant.
Michael Cheika using angry fan's Facebook rant to motivate his Australia squad
Michael Cheika called an irate fan who was moved to write a lengthy critique of the Wallabies’ pride in the jersey after their loss to Scotland.
Another step in the right direction - Farrell positive after Lions win
He kicked all of the British and Irish Lions’ 12 points in their win over the Crusaders and Owen Farrell sees improvement in the tourists.
'A lot of people had written us off, there had been a lot of criticism'
After an unconvincing start to the tour, Warren Gatland was pleased to see the British and Irish Lions improve in defeating the Crusaders.
Lions schedule criticised by All Blacks coach Hansen
Warren Gatland’s side arrive in New Zealand tomorrow.
Robshaw and Ford to lead inexperienced England side against the Barbarians
Eddie Jones has opted to name the pair as co-captains for Sunday’s clash.
Australia second row Dean Mumm announces retirement to focus on charity work
The 33-year-old will retire from all rugby at the end of the year.
Three new caps, but no Duncan Weir in Gregor Townsend's first Scotland squad
John Barclay will captain the squad for a gruelling travelling schedule that will take them through Singapore, Australia and Fiji.
England star's honest assessment of Lions omission: 'Peter O'Mahony played his way in — I failed'
James Haskell was left out of Warren Gatland’s squad for this summer’s New Zealand tour.
Warburton learned of Lions honour in supermarket car park
For the second British and Irish Lions tour running, Sam Warburton has been named captain.
Wilkinson: Lions leadership group more important than captaincy
Having a leadership group should be paramount for the British and Irish Lions on their tour of New Zealand, says Jonny Wilkinson.
Eddie Jones makes a case for a four-captain Lions' leadership group
England head coach Eddie Jones thinks a captain from each country would suit the Lions in New Zealand.
France? Non! Milner-Skudder commits to All Blacks and Hurricanes
The outrageously talented wing will stay in his native country through the 2019 World Cup.
Racing centre Chavancy fills Fofana void in France squad
After scoring in Thomond Park, the centre got a call from Guy Noves.
North Korea is planning to test a new long-range missile in 2017
In his New Year’s speech, Kim Jong-Un added that the country had significantly bolstered its nuclear deterrent in 2016.
Hartley set for hearing tomorrow over Sean O'Brien strike
England skipper Dylan Hartley will be informed this week how long he will serve in his latest suspension.
Craig Joubert announces retirement from refereeing Test rugby
Joubert will take up a new role at World Rugby in 2017 where he will help to develop new referees.
ARU boss says Cheika's job is safe despite losing 9 of 15 Tests this year
Bill Pulver is confident the Wallabies can still make progress under the former Leinster head coach.
Best is yet to come from England after Wallabies win caps undefeated 2016
George Ford insists England were nowhere near their best despite a 16-point defeat of Australia.
Cheika hesitant to label England northern hemisphere's best
England’s gritty style is not one that the Australia coach is keen to replicate.
South Africa claim their airport jostling incident with journalist was staged
“As far as our security was concerned it was a direct breach of security protocol and he had to act to protect our players.”
Dan Lydiate injury sours dominant Wales win over South Africa
Wales may be more concerned about a knee injury to their flanker than their routine win over a sorry South Africa in Cardiff.
Elliot Daly red doesn't prove costly as England punish the Pumas
Daly was sent off in the fifth minute but England coped manfully, extending their perfect run thanks to a 27-14 win.
All Blacks dominate World Rugby Player of the Year awards
As the All Blacks were named the World Rugby Team of the Year, Beauden Barrett took the individual prize.