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Ireland include Healy, as Trimble misses out
Ireland included injured prop Cian Healy in their 31-man Rugby World Cup squad on Monday while winger Andrew Trimble missed out. Read full article
Slade okay after injury scare
The All Blacks played down injury concerns over Colin Slade on Tuesday after the fly-half went down with a knee problem as training began in earnest for their World Cup defence. Read full article
‘I am not the undisputed No 1’
Scott Spedding may have started the last four matches for France but the South African-born fullback is not assuming he has won the battle to fill the role for the global showpiece. Read full article
Wallaby win gives rest of world hope
That New Zealand have been the team to beat ahead of every World Cup has long been accepted by the rest of the international rugby union community. Read full article
Kolo'ofai completes Tonga World Cup squad
Tonga on Tuesday named Newcastle Falcons lock Uili Kolo'ofai as the final member of their 31-man Rugby World Cup squad. Read full article
Wales include prop Lee in squad
Wales coach Warren Gatland named prop Samson Lee on Monday in his 31-man squad for this year's Rugby World Cup but left out injured flyhalf Gareth Anscombe. Read full article
Naholo makes surprise recovery to make WC squad
Waisake Naholo was unexpectedly named in the All Blacks World Cup squad on Sunday after having been initially ruled out of contention when he suffered a broken leg. Read full article
Meyer praises Div
Heyneke Meyer chose to answer his fiercest critic – former Bok coach Peter de Villiers – in the best way possible, refusing to be drawn into the web of negativity spouted by the former coach regarding the Boks. Read full article
Wallabies aim to turn WC hopes to belief
The Wallabies departed for the United States on Saturday with coach Michael Cheika saying he wants to turn hopes for their Rugby World Cup campaign into belief. Read full article
Eddie says team needs 'new ideas'
Japan coach Eddie Jones said Friday that the team needs a coach with "new ideas and new energy", several days after announcing plans to quit after the World Cup. Read full article
Burgess no World Cup 'gamble' - Lancaster
Sam Burgess's inclusion in England's final 31-man World Cup squad was no selection "gamble", coach Stuart Lancaster insisted on Thursday. Read full article
Burger to lead Namibia
Jacques Burger will captain Namibia in the upcoming Rugby World Cup in England and will lead a squad where 14 of the 31 players selected have previous Rugby World Cup experience Read full article
'Aus scrum problems a perception'
Australia are out to change "perceptions" at the World Cup that their scrum remains vulnerable. Read full article
Mealamu to retire after World Cup
All Blacks hooker Keven Mealamu will retire at the end of his fourth rugby World Cup, calling time on a career of more than 100 test appearances for New Zealand. Read full article
‘England flyhalf question not settled’
The battle between George Ford and Owen Farrell to be England's first choice flyhalf is wide open just weeks before the rugby World Cup gets under way, former England centre Will Greenwood said. Read full article
Burgess to discover fate on Thursday
Sam Burgess will find out if his decision to change codes so he can play in the rugby union World Cup has been a success when coach Stuart Lancaster names England's final 31-man squad on Thursday. Read full article
Bortolami omitted from Italy's squad
Lock Marco Bortolami, 35, Italy's most capped player with 112 appearances, has been left out of the 31-man squad for the Rugby World Cup. Read full article
'Name World Cup squad now to end uncertainty'
England's World Cup winning coach Clive Woodward wants current coach Stuart Lancaster to end the uncertainty surrounding his final squad for the World Cup by naming it immediately. Read full article
White out as Aus name RWC squad
Australia coach Michael Cheika surprised by naming uncapped Melbourne Rebels prop Toby Smith and promising flanker Sean McMahon in his 31-man World Cup squad. Read full article
Wales in better shape than 2011 - Warburton
Wales are in excellent shape for a World Cup campaign that begins with a tough group including England and Australia, according to their captain Sam Warburton. Read full article
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