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/ 11 January 2008

New rugby laws to be tested at all levels in SA

Changes in the laws of rugby are to be given a trial at all levels of the game in South Africa from next month, the International Rugby Board (IRB) said on Thursday. The IRB has already conducted a series of trials on the Experimental Law Variations at lower levels in South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, England and Scotland.

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/ 21 October 2007

World Cup leaves mixed emotions in France

France’s first hosting of rugby’s World Cup will leave mixed emotions on the home front. The six-week long tournament was superbly organised, the grounds were packed, and there was colour and drama aplenty. But the script that had the French hosts taking on the mighty All Blacks in the final in Paris failed to materialise.