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Rugby | International Rugby

Former All Blacks coach Watson dies
Former All Blacks coach Eric Watson died at the weekend, New Zealand Rugby said on Tuesday. He was 91. Read full article
Bennett to leave Bristol for RFU role
Former Wales international Mark Bennett will join the Rugby Football Union as their new head of sports science and medicine in July, the English governing body announced Monday. Read full article
RWC debacle will stay with Robshaw
Chris Robshaw says the trauma of the 2015 Rugby World Cup which saw him stripped of the captaincy after hosts England exited in the pool stage is a scar that will never heal. Read full article
All Blacks would have played England
The All Blacks would have played England in November had the Rugby Football Union arranged the test but the existing fixture against the Barbarians was always their preference. Read full article
Barbarians to play NZ at Twickenham
A showdown between England and New Zealand in November looks unlikely after the Barbarians confirmed on Wednesday that they would face the All Blacks at Twickenham on November 4. Read full article
Scottish centurion Lamont to retire
Former Scotland wing Sean Lamont is to retire at the end of the season bringing to an end a rugby career that saw him win 105 caps, he announced on Tuesday. Read full article
Guard denies All Blacks 'bugging' charge
A security consultant employed by the All Blacks denies a charge of false representation over a bugging scandal involving the world champions, his lawyer said on Tuesday. Read full article
World Rugby unveils new calendar
World Rugby has unveiled a new global calendar for 2020 onwards which will include shifting the June test window back to July to allow the Super Rugby season to run uninterrupted. Read full article
England looking at NZ clash in November
England could play New Zealand a year earlier than scheduled if they can get an agreement to face the world champions at Twickenham on November 4, the Daily Mail reported on Wednesday. Read full article
Milner-Skudder out for six weeks
All Black utility back Nehe Milner-Skudder was told on Tuesday he will be out for at least six weeks with a foot injury, leaving his dream of facing the British and Irish Lions hanging by a thread. Read full article
New Zealand's Leuluai glad to be 'home'
Thomas Leuluai returned to Wigan for his family and after slotting seamlessly back into a winning Warriors side the Kiwi has found his own home away from home. Read full article
Trinh-Duc handed France call-up
France have called up Francois Trinh-Duc to their squad for next weekend's Six Nations game against Italy, almost four months after he suffered a fractured arm, the French federation said on Sunday. Read full article
Fardy off to Leinster, Carter stays in Aus
Wallaby flanker Scott Fardy will leave Australia for Irish provincial team Leinster at the end of the season but his international and Brumbies teammate Sam Carter has signed a contract extension. Read full article
Emotional farewell for Vickerman
Former Wallabies lock Dan Vickerman was remembered as a "colossal" man who gave selflessly to rugby at an emotional public memorial in Sydney on Wednesday. Read full article
Sponsor dumps Carter over drink-drive case
New Zealand legend Dan Carter revealed on Tuesday that luxury car maker Land Rover has dropped him as a brand ambassador after he was caught drink-driving in Paris last week. Read full article
Wallabies lock Vickerman dies
Former Wallabies lock Dan Vickerman has passed away suddenly at the age of 37 leaving the rugby world in a state of shock, the Australian Rugby Union said on Sunday. Read full article
Pitch problems force venue change for Tonga-Wales test
Tonga's test against Wales in June is to be moved to another venue over concerns about the state of the pitch at the National Stadium in Nuku'alofa. Read full article
Call for players to boost skill sets
Rugby union players need to polish their skills because poor technique at the highest levels has resulted in the sport being dominated by size and strength, former Fiji sevens coach Ben Ryan has said. Read full article
Carter sorry for drink-driving
New Zealand rugby union legend Dan Carter apologised for a "massive error in judgement" after French police stopped him for drink-driving in Paris. Read full article
Heaslip signs new Irish deal
Ireland No 8 Jamie Heaslip has signed a new Irish Rugby Football Union contract that will see him continue to play his club rugby in Ireland until the end of the 2019 World Cup in Japan. Read full article
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