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Rugby | International Rugby

IRB to change its name
The International Rugby Board (IRB) will undergo a second name change in 16 years when it becomes formally known as World Rugby in November as part of a rebranding programme. Read full article
Australia to allow Wallabies overseas stints
Australia is to allow centrally contracted players to move overseas temporarily from 2016 and still retain their test eligibility for at least part of the season, the Australian Rugby Union said on Thursday. Read full article
'Fortunate to retire intact' - McCabe
Pat McCabe counts himself fortunate to be able to walk away from rugby intact after deciding to retire at the age of 26 in the wake of a third neck fracture in two years. Read full article
Wallabies beaten not broken - Hooper
As the Wallabies licked their wounds on their return flight to Sydney Sunday, captain Michael Hooper vowed they would bounce back from their thrashing by the All Blacks. Read full article
Fears for another serious neck injury for McCabe
Pat McCabe may face another lengthy spell on the sidelines after appearing to suffer his third serious neck injury in the Wallabies' 51-20 loss to the All Blacks in their Rugby Championship clash on Saturday. Read full article
Crotty out for a month with cracked jaw
Ryan Crotty has been ruled out of rugby for at least four weeks after he suffered a cracked jaw in the All Blacks' win over the Wallabies on Saturday. Read full article
Cruden, Barrett get more time to impress
Aaron Cruden and Beauden Barrett will have more time to stake a claim for the starting role with Dan Carter not expected to return to the side until at least the final two rounds of the Rugby Championship. Read full article
Former England, Lions’ Flutey suffers bad leg injury
Former England centre Riki Flutey has suffered an horrific leg injury in a pre-season game just days before he was due to make his official return to New Zealand first class rugby. Read full article
Injury set to sideline All Blacks Woodcock
All Blacks prop Tony Woodcock is looking increasingly likely to need surgery on his shoulder that will end his season, coach Steve Hansen said on Thursday. Read full article
Tindall hangs up boots
Former England centre Mike Tindall announced his retirement from rugby on Tuesday, becoming the last member of the victorious 2003 World Cup team to hang up his boots. Read full article
England WCup winner Balshaw retires
England World Cup-winning back Iain Balshaw has retired after failing to recover from a knee injury. Read full article
Barrett extends contract with Hurricanes
All Blacks flyhalf Beauden Barrett ended speculation concerning his future by signing a two-year contract extension with the Wellington Hurricanes on Thursday. Read full article
Namibia qualify for World Cup
Namibia qualified for a fifth successive Rugby World Cup by thumping hosts Madagascar 89-10 on Sunday to win the African preliminaries. Read full article
Convicts tackle homophobia with historic match
Wallabies great John Eales hailed the courage and spirit of the Sydney Convicts after they became the first gay rugby team in the world on Sunday to play on the same bill as a professional match. Read full article
Wallabies no better for O'Connor in the side - Jones
Australia were not "appreciably better" with James O'Connor in the side and struggling Super Rugby team Queensland should look elsewhere in their recruiting, according to former Wallabies coach Eddie Jones. Read full article
Aus looking to lift game to beat NZ
Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie warned his team Tuesday they will have to lift their game to a whole new level to beat the All Blacks and retrieve the Bledisloe Cup. Read full article
McCaw played with broken rib to help sink England
Richie McCaw played with a broken rib for part of the series against England to help the All Blacks sweep the tourists 3-0, coach Steve Hansen said on Tuesday. Read full article
Time running out for Saint-Andre's France
France coach Philippe Saint-Andre is running out of time to address his side's shortcomings ahead of next year's World Cup after their series whitewash at the hands of Australia. Read full article
Media hail All Blacks' trouncing of England
New Zealand rugby writers hailed the All Blacks' record-equalling performance to trounce England in the third test on Saturday, seeing it as a set-back for England's World Cup hopes. Read full article
Wallabies set sights on All Blacks
The Wallabies have set their sights on the all-conquering All Blacks and retrieving the Bledisloe Cup after sweeping their three-test series against France this weekend. Read full article
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