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England’s Jonny Wilkinson retires from international rugby

England's record points scorer Jonny Wilkinson has announced his retirement from international rugby, adding he would remain at French club Toulon.

‘Scapegoat’ Tindall slams Rugby Football Union

Mike Tindall says he was made into a the scapegoat for England's dismal World Cup performance after news he had been reinstated to the squad.

Fuimaono Sapolu avoids ban for Twitter outburts

Samoa centre Eliota Fuimaono Sapolu was given a six-month suspended ban from rugby after accusing a World Cup Welsh referee of racism and bias.

Everyone is replaceable, IRB tells NZ

The International Rugby Board responded to a possible New Zealand withdrawal from the next World Cup by saying "everyone is replaceable".

England survive Argentina scare

Ben Youngs spared England's blushes as they came from six points behind to beat Argentina 13-9 in their opening Rugby World Cup Pool B match.

No family or booze bans for England World Cup squad

England manager Martin Johnson says he has no need to restrict players' access to their families or instigate an alcohol ban during the World Cup.

England enjoy World Cup boost as Ireland lose out

England ensured they set off for the World Cup on a winning note with a 20-9 victory over Ireland in their final warm-up match at Lansdowne Road.

England hold off Wales as both sides suffer

England held off a spirited Wales 23-19 at Twickenham here on Saturday to win their opening World Cup warm-up match.

India’s schedule yields poor performance

India's crushing 319-run second Test defeat by England has again raised questions about players' workloads.

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