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‘Replacements would hit the ground running’
Coach Steve Hansen and fellow selectors Grant Fox and Ian Foster named an extended squad of 41 players before whittling down that number to 31 on Sunday for the World Cup. Read full article
Carter responds to WCup pressure
It would have been inconceivable to many four years ago that twice World Player of the Year Dan Carter would have to prove himself ahead of a World Cup. Read full article
Six-try Scotland rout Italy
Scotland ran in six tries to overwhelm Italy 48-7 in a one-sided World Cup warm-up game at Murrayfield on Saturday. Read full article
Wales edge Ireland in RWC warm-up
Wales hung on to beat Ireland 16-10 in an intense World Cup warm-up game at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Saturday. Read full article
Japan thrash Uruguay in RWC warm-up
Japan completed their final warm-up match before the World Cup in grand style on Saturday, thrashing Uruguay 40-0 at Prince Chichibu Memorial Rugby Ground in Tokyo. Read full article
Wallabies boost as Beale, Pocock sign new deals
The Wallabies on Friday received a pre-World Cup boost with David Pocock and Kurtley Beale renewing contracts to stay in Australian rugby. Read full article
North back as Wales look for improvement
After being blown away by Ireland in Cardiff three weeks ago, Wales will travel to Dublin on Saturday looking for a marked improvement. Read full article
Pyrgos try lights up scrappy Scots in Italy
A late Henry Pyrgos try handed Scotland a 16-12 victory over Italy in a World Cup warm-up that will keep both side's guessing as they continue to build towards this autumn's showpiece in England. Read full article
France sink England in World Cup warmup
France produced a dominant forward performance and withstood a late England fightback to secure a 25-20 victory in a World Cup warm-up match on Saturday. Read full article
Japan beat Uruguay in World Cup warm-up
Japan beat Uruguay with a comfortable 30-8 win in a Rugby World Cup warm-up on Saturday, putting an end to its four-game losing streak. Read full article
'Injuries may prove boon for England'
England coach Stuart Lancaster may well end up feeling grateful for the raft of injury setbacks which have characterised his World Cup preparations, says former flanker Neil Back. Read full article
Retirement a little bit scary - McCaw
NZ captain Richie McCaw has never wavered in putting his body on the line in international rugby for the past 14 years but even he admits to one slight fear as his career enters its twilight retirement. Read full article
NZ fined after 'waterboy' Messam joins scrap
The All Blacks have been fined AUS$2 000 (US$1468, NZ$2225) after Liam Messam left the sideline to join an on-field scuffle during last Saturday's test against Australia in Auckland. Read full article
England ring changes for France return
England coach Stuart Lancaster has made 14 changes to his team for the World Cup warm-up match against France in Paris on Saturday. Read full article
Scotland ring changes for Italian test
Second-row forward Grant Gilchrist will captain Scotland in their World Cup warm-up against Italy in Turin on Saturday. Read full article
Order restored, and just in time
With New Zealand thumping Australia and South Africa winning away from home against Argentina, it looks like the usual order of things has been established ahead of the Rugby World Cup. Read full article
Namibia defend Africa Cup title
Namibia will travel to next month’s Rugby World Cup in England as champions of Africa. Read full article
Naiyaravoro grabs hat-trick in late World Cup audition
Giant Fiji-born wing Taqele Naiyaravoro boosted his slim hopes of inclusion inAustralia's World Cup squad by scoring a hat-trick of tries in a World XV victory over Japan. Read full article
Burgess, Slade still in Eng's midfield mix
Yellow-card naivety by Sam Burgess and a touch of brilliance by Henry Slade in his partner's absence may have nosed the latter ahead in the fight for the remaining centre slot in England's World Cup squad. Read full article
Three-try England too strong for France
Anthony Watson scored two excellent first-half tries and fellow wing Jonny May also crossed as England beat France 19-14 in a World Cup warm-up at Twickenham on Saturday. Read full article
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