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Barbarians hang on to beat Ireland
Ireland slumped to a 22-21 defeat against a Barbarians team at Thomond Park in Limerick on Wednesday night. Read full article
Banned Hartley ruled out of RWC opener
Dylan Hartley will be unavailable for England's opening Rugby World Cup game against Fiji after being handed a four-week ban on Wednesday for head-butting an opponent. Read full article
Alexander opts to stay in Aus
Experienced front-rower Ben Alexander Wednesday opted not to pursue an overseas contract and instead stay with the ACT Brumbies as he seeks to prolong his Wallabies career. Read full article
All Blacks retain Savea, Retallick
Reigning World Rugby Player of the Year Brodie Retallick and free-scoring winger Julian Savea have committed to playing in New Zealand until after the 2019 World Cup. Read full article
Crusaders face Saracens in New Orleans
Seven-time Super Rugby champions the Crusaders will play English powerhouse Saracens in the Superdome in New Orleans in August. Read full article
Mogg to reunite with White at Montpellier
Three-cap Wallaby Jesse Mogg has joined the flood of Australian players heading to France by signing a three-year deal to play for Top 14 side Montpellier next season. Read full article
Giteau a willing Wallaby
Matt Giteau is keen to have a crack at returning to test rugby after four years in the international wilderness but is offering no promises he will be up to the task. Read full article
Eligibility rules under the spotlight
With the World Cup kicking off soon, some of rugby's best players are still deciding which country to represent. For many, money, rather than national pride, could be the deciding factor. Read full article
Kaino, Piutau could be out for two months
New Zealand loose forward Jerome Kaino faces up to two months on the sidelines after suffering a compound fracture to the ring finger of his left hand in Super Rugby action on Saturday. Read full article
Japan 'dreaming of fish and chips'
Japan coach Eddie Jones admitted his side were "a long way off" being ready for the World Cup despite crushing Hong Kong 41-0 in the Asian rugby championship on Saturday. Read full article
Slipper, Simmons sign up to stay in Australia
James Slipper and Rob Simmons have ensured they will have no immediate need for the new dispensation for overseas-based Wallabies by signing long-term deals to remain in Australian rugby. Read full article
Cheika will consider Giteau, Smith, Mitchell for WCup
Michael Cheika says he would be "stupid" not to consider Matt Giteau, George Smith and Drew Mitchell for Wallabies selection after the trio, who play their club rugby in France, became eligible this week. Read full article
NZ cupboard hardly bare after Cruden loss
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen will have good reason for paying close attention to the flyhalf position when he casts his eye over the Super Rugby action this weekend Read full article
All Blacks to stick with New Zealand-based players
New Zealand have no intention of following Australia's lead and allowing players based at foreign clubs to play for the All Blacks, rugby chief Steve Tew said on Thursday. Read full article
Australia to allow overseas Wallabies
For the first time experienced Wallabies playing at foreign clubs will be considered for selection for the Australia test team effective immediately, the Australian Rugby Union said on Wednesday. Read full article
Kaino to stick with All Blacks
Loose forward Jerome Kaino re-signed to play in New Zealand for a further three years on Tuesday, as the All Blacks look to shore up their stocks post the World Cup this year. Read full article
Tuilagi out for season
England centre Manu Tuilagi is set to miss the rest of the Premiership season because of a groin injury but should be fit for the World Cup, his Leicester Tigers coach Richard Cockerill said. Read full article
Steve Walsh retires from rugby
The Australian Rugby Union today announced international referee Steve Walsh has retired from all forms of match officiating with immediate effect to pursue business interests outside of rugby. Read full article
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
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