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Wayne Smith tight-lipped about Harlequins role
New Zealand coaching maestro Wayne Smith was Thursday tight-lipped about his future but confirmed he had options as reports claimed he had been lined up to join English side Harlequins. Read full article
Pocock mulls one-year sabbatical
Star Australian backrower David Pocock is considering a one-year sabbatical from rugby to study in England, a report said Wednesday, with the Wallabies and his club in talks over his future. Read full article
O'Connell hangs up his boots for good
Former Ireland and British and Irish Lions captain Paul O'Connell has been forced to retire with immediate effect due to injury, he announced on Tuesday. Read full article
US opens with draw against Argentina
The United States got their Americas Rugby Championship campaign off to a strong start Saturday with a 35-35 draw against Argentina in John Mitchell's debut as the new Eagles coach. Read full article
Jones wants England captain Hartley to 'play like Tarzan'
Eddie Jones says he wants fiery captain Dylan Hartley to play like Tarzan when the Six Nations tournament kicks off against Scotland at Murrayfield on Saturday. Read full article
'England must restore forward fear-factor'
Eddie Jones might introduce some Wallaby flair to the Six Nations are likely to be disappointed after the Australian said the tournament would be decided first and foremost by the set-piece. Read full article
Jones backs Robshaw to achieve career high
Eddie Jones believes Chris Robshaw is about to enter the "best part of his career" after stripping him of the Red Rose captaincy. Read full article
Daly misses out on England spot
Elliot Daly will have to wait for his first taste of England action after he was one of 10 players released by coach Eddie Jones from his squad to face Scotland in their Six Nations opener next month. Read full article
Ashton to appeal against suspension
England winger Chris Ashton will appeal against a 10-week ban for eye-gouging that would rule him out of this year's Six Nations campaign, the BBC reported on Tuesday. Read full article
Jones confident in 'bad boy' Hartley as England captain
Dylan Hartley may have a terrible disciplinary record, with more than a year of his career lost to bans, but new coach Eddie Jones had no qualms in making the hooker his first England captain. Read full article
Hartley set to be named England captain
Dylan Hartley is the front runner to succeed Chris Robshaw as England's Six Nations captain with an announcement due on Monday. Read full article
Joseph set to take over as Japan coach
Otago Highlanders coach Jamie Joseph has agreed to take over as Japan coach at the end of the Super Rugby champions' 2016 season, the Dunedin-based team said on Thursday. Read full article
England's Ashton faces 12-week ban
Chris Ashton faces a minimum 12-week ban that could rule him out of this year's Six Nations after being cited for allegedly making contact with the eyes of an opponent, the BBC reported on Monday. Read full article
Jones declares England intentions
Eddie Jones once said his idea of retirement was watching cricket in the Caribbean so it was no surprise when the Australian used the summer game as a reference point when explaining why his first England side. Read full article
Jones backs 'God Save the Queen'
The England rugby union team's first foreign coach said on Wednesday he had no problems with his players singing 'God Save the Queen', rather than a specifically English anthem. Read full article
Carter wins rugby writers award
New Zealand legend Dan Carter has won the Rugby Union Writers' Club Pat Marshall Memorial Award as the sport's personality of the year for 2015. Read full article
Mitchell to lead US Eagles
Former All Blacks coach John Mitchell has signed a four-year contract to lead the United States Eagles until the 2019 World Cup. Read full article
Guirado named France captain
Hooker Guilhem Guirado has been named captain of the France rugby team, new coach Guy Noves said on Monday. Read full article
McCaw awarded NZ's highest honour
Celebrated All Blacks captain Richie McCaw has sidestepped a knighthood and been awarded New Zealand's supreme honour the Order of New Zealand, which recognises the country's "most respected people". Read full article
All Blacks hand McCaw perfect send-off
New Zealand underlined their global superiority by becoming the first country to win back-to-back World Cup crowns, the perfect send-off into retirement for inspirational captain Richie McCaw. Read full article
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