Arundell included in England training squad
England coach Eddie Jones has included 10 uncapped players, including in-form London Irish duo Henry Arundell and Will Joseph, in a 36-man training squad to prepare for the summer tour of Australia.
World Rugby unveil 'legacy' priorities to ramp up profile of the women's game over a decade
World Rugby this week unveiled the host countries for the next decade of World Cups, and with the reveal, they announced their 10-year "legacy" plan to ramp up the women's game and increase the profile of the sport around the world.
Why rugby is making a big bet on bringing the World Cup to the United States
The Rugby World Cup is coming to the United States as the sport makes its biggest attempt yet at cracking its "north star."
Can the Wallabies use Tahs sensation Perese on the wing?
Izaia Perese has been a revelation for the Waratahs at outside centre, but the ESPN Scrum Reset crew discuss whether he could be used on the wing at Test level.
Australian rugby's young number 10s to watch
Sam Bruce and Christy Doran discuss the young fly-halves they're most excited to watch emerge during the 2022 Super Rugby season.
Boks show All Blacks still have work to do against suffocating opposition
Honours shared was a fair reflection of the All Blacks-Springboks Tests of the past fortnight. Dig down into successive Tests against the world champions, though, and familiar root causes evoke cause for concern for New Zealand, Liam Napier writes.
Rugby Championship review: All Blacks back on top but Wallabies on the rise
The Rugby Championship has been run and won, with the All Blacks reclaiming their mantle as the kings of southern hemisphere rugby. But how exactly did the four nations fare, and what do they need to improve moving forward?
All Blacks moving forward despite 'Boks loss: Foster
New Zealand coach Ian Foster said he has more immediate concerns than the next Rugby World Cup but believes his All Blacks have learned lessons from the Rugby Championship that can be used in France in 2023.
Rennie sweating on Kerevi fitness ahead of tour
Wallabies coach Dave Rennie has been left sweating the fitness of star centre Samu Kerevi after the 28-year-old hobbled off the field in the Wallabies 32-17 win over Argentina on Saturday night.
Wallabies put UK on notice, but let old habits creep back in
Winning their fourth straight Rugby Championship match for the first time in their history, the Wallabies have put their end-of-year Tour opponents on notice, but sloppy periods showed there's still plenty for this developing pack to learn.
Springboks edge All Blacks in Gold Coast thriller
Elton Jantjies kicked a penalty after the final hooter as South Africa snapped a three-match losing streak in dramatic fashion with a 31-29 win over New Zealand in a thrilling final match of the Rugby Championship
Kellaway stars as Wallabies beat Argentina
An Andrew Kellaway hat-trick has him within reach of Wallabies history after a 32-17 defeat of Argentina gave them four-straight Rugby Championship Test wins for the first time.
Wallabies depth on display as they look to make statement
After close to two months, the Rugby Championship is coming to a close on the Gold Coast. While displaying their growing depth, the Wallabies must make a statement against the Pumas.
Holmes, at 38, says Wallabies have 'depth in all positions at the moment'
Thirty-eight-year-old prop Greg Holmes has seen a few different incarnations of the Wallabies in his time. But after being named for his first Test in six years, Holmes says this Australia squad has more depth than he has ever seen.
Lienert-Brown returns for final Rugby Championship clash
The All Blacks have made three changes to their starting line-up with Anton Lienert-Brown returning from injury as New Zealand look to close out the Rugby Championship unbeaten on the Gold Coast following a tight tussle with the Springboks last weekend.
McMahon to make Wallabies return off bench
Sean McMahon will make his long-awaited return to the Test arena with confirmation he will be named among the Wallabies replacements for their closing Rugby Championship clash with Argentina.
Pumas players stuck at border after Byron Bay trip
The Rugby Championship clash between Australia and Argentina has been thrown into uncertainty with six Pumas players stuck at the Queensland border after they attended a health retreat in Byron Bay in northern NSW.
Adapting to Springbok turtles the best measure of Ian Foster's All Blacks
The Springboks are the turtles of the rugby world; slow-moving, stubborn with a near impenetrable shell that makes them extremely difficult to breakdown. The All Blacks struggled to adapt last Saturday, making the second Test even more intriguing.
Petaia eyes fullback but Test start looms on wing
While he's been earmarked as a long-term fullback option at Test level, Jordan Petaia is set to take advantage of the absence of star Wallabies winger Marika Koroibete.
SANZAAR, RA apologise for Pumas photo 'error'
SANZAAR and Rugby Australia have apologised to Argentina for an "error" that led to a photo of the Rugby Championship captains, minus Pumas skipper Julian Montoya, being taken in Townsville last week.
How the Wallabies have become a different team with Samu Kerevi at No. 12
The Wallabies' attack has become a different beast since the return of Samu Kerevi, Test great Tim Horan describing the centre's play as "outstanding" and further embedding the belief that the Giteau Law simply has to be amended.
Pumas coach Ledesma slams 'disrespectful' photo
Argentina coach Mario Ledesma has launched a scathing attack on his Rugby Championship colleagues, slamming a photo opportunity in Townsville that was without Pumas representation.
Wallabies make it three straight but 'ruthless streak' still a work in progress
The Wallabies have strung three wins together in the Rugby Championship for the first time in six years. But they were unable to find the "ruthless streak" against the Pumas that Michael Hooper demanded pre-match.
Kerevi powers Wallabies' winning streak
Australia have notched three-straight wins for the first time since 2017, beating a plucky Argentina 27-8 as James O'Connor made a successful Test return in Townsville.
Late Barrett penalty sees All Blacks past Boks in 100th Test
The All Blacks were forced to grind hard before snatching a 19-17 victory over world champions South Africa in the 100th Test match between two of rugby's traditional powerhouses.
Remembering Townsville 1983: Los Pumas famous match against Queensland Country
Players, officials and spectators remember the one and only time Argentina played in the city, and how Hugo Porta stole the show
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