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Rugby | International Rugby

Ex-All Black Reihana retires
Former All Black fullback Bruce Reihana announced his retirement on Thursday after the 38-year-old revealed that his contract with French side Bordeaux Begles was not being renewed. Read full article
Aus to test WC campaign on end-of-year tour
Australia's 2015 World Cup preparations will be well tested on their end-of-season European tour in November with coach Ewen McKenzie trying to replicate their potential campaign for the Webb Ellis trophy. Read full article
Selection headache refreshing for McKenzie
The encouraging form of Australia's Super Rugby teams may lead to refreshing selection dilemmas for Ewen McKenzie ahead of the June internationals against France, the Wallabies coach said on Thursday. Read full article
All Blacks’ Weepu suffers minor stroke
All Blacks scrumhalf Piri Weepu has suffered a minor stroke which went undetected for almost a month as he was treated for severe headaches. Read full article
Chabal and Nallet to call it a day
French veterans Lionel Nallet and Sebastien Chabal said Tuesday they will probably retire at the end of the season, despite their team Lyon heading for promotion to the Top-14. Read full article
NZ rugby finances improve, provinces in the black
New Zealand rugby's financial position improved in 2013 with the national body's war chest of cash reserves swelling to $63.7 million, while all 14 top-tier provinces returned to surplus after years of turmoil. Read full article
Hibbard doubtful for Wales tour after op
Ospreys hooker Richard Hibbard is a doubt for Wales' tour of South Africa later this year after his club announced on Friday that he was to undergo shoulder surgery. Read full article
Former All Blacks captain Oliver dies
Former All Blacks lock and inaugural Wellington Hurricanes coach Frank Oliver has died suddenly, his former provincial union said on Tuesday. Read full article
Care targets England World Cup triumph
England scrumhalf Danny Care believes the side's runners-up finish in the Six Nations has prepared them well for their upcoming tour of New Zealand and a serious tilt at the World Cup on home soil next year. Read full article
NZ rugby to set up integrity unit
The New Zealand Rugby Union will set up a dedicated integrity unit to combat corruption and doping in the sport, a senior official said on Sunday. Read full article
IRB hopes World Cup will awaken Japan
International Rugby Board (IRB) chief executive Brett Gosper expects the 2019 World Cup to stir Japan from its slumber and raise the game's profile as the 2002 Fifa World Cup did for soccer. Read full article
O'Neill quits as World Cup director
Australian John O'Neill has quit as director of the 2015 Rugby World Cup citing personal reasons, the International Rugby Board (IRB) said on Tuesday. Read full article
McCaw hints at retirement after World Cup
All Blacks captain Richie McCaw says he is unlikely to continue his international rugby career after the 2015 World Cup. Read full article
Folau inspired by Lomu to build on debut
All Blacks great Jonah Lomu has been giving Israel Folau tips on how to improve on his stunning debut season in rugby union, local media reported on Sunday. Read full article
Jane, Dagg, Romano re-sign with NZRU
All Blacks Cory Jane, Israel Dagg and Luke Romano have all signed contract extensions keeping them with the national team beyond the 2015 World Cup, the New Zealand Rugby Union (NZRU) said on Friday. Read full article
All Blacks opener excites Lancaster
England coach Stuart Lancaster is now eagerly looking forward to his side's opening test against the All Blacks on their tour of New Zealand rather than dreading the clash with the world champions. Read full article
Fiji get some needed sponsorship
The cash-strapped Fiji Rugby Union on Friday hailed a new US$21.3 million sponsorship deal as a "game changer" for the sport in the Pacific nation. Read full article
Gloucester veteran Hazell retires
Gloucester's former England flanker Andy Hazell has announced his retirement from rugby with immediate effect following a concussion suffered in a pre-season friendly. Read full article
Referee criticism 'increase' worries IRB
International Rugby Board (IRB) chairman Bernard Lapasset has spoken out against the "increase" in public criticism of referees ahead of the start of this season's Six Nations. Read full article
'No winners' rule for England's youngsters
England's next generation of budding rugby internationals have been told that their competitions must have no winners and that if they are losing a match, the teams will have to be changed. Read full article
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