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Folau to fight on after missing sacking appeal deadline

The star fullback was on Friday given 72 hours to appeal, which would have triggered another hearing with a new three-person panel

Folau code of conduct hearing set for May 4

Super Rugby's record try scorer will have a hearing over homophobic comments made on social media on May 4

Folau handed sack notice over anti-gay comments

Folau posted on Instagram: "Drunks, homosexuals, adulterers, liars, fornicators, thieves, atheists and idolators — Hell awaits you."

Boks, All Blacks aim to quash Northern rebellion

The upstart Europeans fuel a rare unity among the traditional Rugby Championship rivals

Now the Boks face a real Test

Some claim that their five-win run has less to do with their capabilities than with their opponents’ shortcomings

Loftus a leap too far for Wallabies

The venue has long worked against the visitors but uncertainty among the Boks could break the spell.

Springboks denied bonus point in win over Wallabies

South Africa achieved a bitter-sweet 28-8 Rugby Championship victory over Australia on Saturday at Newlands in Cape Town.

Wallabies bounce back with 20-14 win over England

Australia showed their true colours a week after being humiliated by France in Paris eraning a deserved 20-14 victory over England at Twickenham.

ARU contact Cooper over ‘toxic’ tweets

The Australian Rugby Union says it has written to Wallaby flyhalf Quade Cooper over his "toxic environment" criticisms.

Horwill replaces Elsom as Australia skipper

James Horwill has replaced Rocky Elsom as the Wallabies' captain as coach Robbie Deans sprang a major surprise announcing his World Cup squad.

Time’s up for P Divvy and his Boks

Peter de Villiers is running out of time and excuses after a string of Tri-Nations losses and a World Cup defence less than one month away.

Spies added to Bok injury list

Pierre Spies and Danie Rossouw are the latest injury worries for the Boks, ahead of Saturday's Tri-Nations clash against Australia in Durban.

Flanker Smith quits the Wallabies for overseas move

Celebrated Australian flanker George Smith announced his immediate retirement from international rugby on Friday to pursue a move abroad.

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