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First women inducted into international rugby hall of fame
First women inducted into international rugby hall of fame
Stars from women's rugby, such as New Zealand's Anna Richards and the United States' Patty Jervey, rubbed shoulders with greats JPR Williams and...
Chance circumstances test the Bok's depth
Chance circumstances test the Bok's depth
The final Springbok Test of the June international window takes place in Port Elizabeth on Saturday. Somewhat confusingly, June 28 is deemed by the...
Preliminary Springbok Women squad revealed for World Cup
Preliminary Springbok Women squad revealed for World Cup
Springbok Women's coach Lawrence Sephaka on Tuesday announced a preliminary squad of 39 players for the IRB Women's Rugby World Cup to be...
England Rugby World Cup to bring record profit
England Rugby World Cup to bring record profit
The 2015 Rugby World Cup in England will probably make about £150-million, a 60% increase from the 2011 competition in New Zealand, the...
Red card struck from Du Plessis's record
Red card struck from Du Plessis's record
"The judicial officer found that the decision made by referee Romain Poite to issue a yellow card as a result of the tackle by Du Plessis on...
It's definitely a vuvuzela day
It's definitely a vuvuzela day
Two watershed decisions, one by the South African Rugby Union (Saru) and one by the International Rugby Board (IRB), have almost overshadowed this...
Argentina edges closer to joining Tri-Nations
Argentina edges closer to joining Tri-Nations
Argentina has taken a major step towards joining an expanded Tri-Nations rugby competition in 2012 after the International Rugby Board changed...
IRB chief supports Argentina Tri-Nations entry
IRB chief supports Argentina Tri-Nations entry
International Rugby Board (IRB) president Bernard Lapasset is backing Argentina's integration into the Tri-Nations tournament by 2012.
Deputy Alexander to oppose Hoskins in Saru elections
Deputy Alexander to oppose Hoskins in Saru elections
Oregan Hoskins, president of the South African Rugby Union (Saru), will be opposed by his deputy Mark Alexander at the Saru elections next...
Breakdown rule stays, but IRB schedules review
Breakdown rule stays, but IRB schedules review
The International Rugby Board (IRB) announced on Tuesday that rules governing the breakdown, which some pundits say are ruining the sport, would...
IRB welcomes Tri-Nations expansion
IRB welcomes Tri-Nations expansion
World rugby's governing body on Monday hailed the invitation extended to Argentina to join an expanded Tri-Nations series from 2012 as a "significant milestone" in the development of the sport....

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