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Larkham, Grey to be Cheika's WCup deputies
Former Wallabies Stephen Larkham and Nathan Grey have been named assistant Australia coaches under Michael Cheika, the Australian Rugby Union said on Friday. Read full article
McCaw 'likely' to quit after World Cup
All Blacks captain Richie McCaw has given the clearest indication yet that this rugby season will be his last after media reports in France suggested he may be headed there after the World Cup later this year. Read full article
Smith to quit NZ after World Cup
All Blacks center Conrad Smith has confirmed he will quit New Zealand after this year's Rugby World Cup to continue his playing career in France. Read full article
Pumas on level terms with elite
At the beginning of the last World Cup year in 2011, Argentina's European-based Pumas watched once again with envy as club teammates prepared for the Six Nations. Read full article
Adam Jones retires from internationals
Wales' British and Irish Lions prop Adam Jones has retired from international rugby, he has told The Sunday Times. Read full article
Kepu, White join Wallabies exodus
Wallabies prop Sekope Kepu and scrumhalf Nic White have confirmed they will leave Australia to join French clubs after this year's World Cup. Read full article
O'Connell may retire after RWC
Ireland captain Paul O'Connell may retire from rugby after this year's World Cup rather than see out the remainder of his contract until the end of the 2015/16 season, he said on Tuesday. Read full article
Controversial Beale signs with Wallabies
Kurtley Beale, who was at the heart of the text message scandal that led to Australia rugby coach Ewen McKenzie's resignation last year, has signed on for another season with the Wallabies. Read full article
Smith rejoins All Blacks coaching team
Former assistant Wayne Smith will rejoin the All Blacks' coaching staff ahead of next year's Rugby World Cup as a defence specialist. Read full article
NZ not perfect but still Cup favourites
Steve Hansen's All Blacks again set the standard for the rest of the rugby world but performances by the chasing pack in 2014 demonstrated next year's rugby World Cup in England could be the most open yet. Read full article
Carter to play in France after WCup
Daniel Carter will join French club Racing Metro on a three-year contract after next year's World Cup, a move that will almost certainly bring an end to his storied international career. Read full article
Baabaas to finish anniversary with Pumas
The Barbarians will round off their 125th anniversary next year with a rugby match against Argentina at Twickenham. Read full article
Hansen extends term as All Blacks coach
Steve Hansen's term as All Blacks head coach has been extended by two years, ensuring he will be in charge when the British and Irish Lions tour New Zealand in 2017. Read full article
Cooper re-signs with Australian rugby
Flyhalf Quade Cooper has made himself available for World Cup selection after signing a contract extension with the Australian Rugby Union until the end of 2015. Read full article
Josh Strauss could play in RWC
Former Golden Lions captain Josh Strauss is eyeing an international career with Scotland after signing a two-year contract extension with Glasgow Warriors. Read full article
Henry terrified by mini stroke
Ireland flanker Chris Henry admits he was terrified after suffering a mini stroke last month. Read full article
'England well set for RWC despite losses'
Ian Ritchie, the head of the RFU, says England's results over the last five months have not been good enough but remains confident that they are on course for a credible assault on the World Cup. Read full article
Cheika learns home truths on Wallabies tour
Australia's disappointing tour of Europe left Michael Cheika with plenty to ponder over the gap between provincial and international success, but the new Wallabies coach remains confident. Read full article
Pocock has no regrets over protest arrest
Wallabies flanker David Pocock has made no apologies for his arrest following an environmental protest at the weekend, despite his employers issuing him with a written warning. Read full article
Australia scrum 'too honest' - Cheika
Michael Cheika suggested his side were possibly "too honest" in the scrum after the Wallabies' problems at the set-piece played a key role in their 26-17 defeat by England at Twickenham on Saturday. Read full article
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