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Jane's World Cup hopes still alive
Winger Cory Jane's World Cup hopes remain alive after being cleared of a serious ankle injury he sustained in last week's match for the New Zealand Barbarians. Read full article
World Rugby disappointed Tokyo stadium scrapped
World Rugby officials are seeking urgent talks with the Japanese organisers of the 2019 rugby World Cup following Friday's surprise announcement. Read full article
England drop five from squad
England coach Stuart Lancaster has dropped five players from his initial 50-man pre-tournament World Cup squad, the Rugby Football Union announced Friday. Read full article
Time running out for O'Connor
In October 2010, James O'Connor scythed through the tackles of Mils Muliaina, Keven Mealamu and Richie McCaw to score a last-minute try which he nervelessly converted. Read full article
Namibia's players call for unity
Namibia's Rugby World Cup training squad has taken the unusual step of issuing a statement calling for unity and the public's backing in the wake of a turbulent time off the field. Read full article
Burger backs Namibia to ride out coaching upheaval
Jacques Burger believes a change of coach just months ahead of the World Cup will not have a negative impact on his side's preparations for the tournament in England. Read full article
Cheika offers Smith hope
George Smith could still play a role for Australia at the Rugby World Cup despite being left out of a 40-man training squad, according to Wallabies coach Michael Cheika. Read full article
Peyper to ref opening World Cup match
South Africa’s Jaco Peyper will referee the opening match at this year's Rugby World Cup 2015 in England, a Pool A game on September 18 pitching the hosts against Fiji at Twickenham. Read full article
Ludeke to join Fiji for RWC
Former Vodacom Bulls coach Frans Ludeke will be coaching again soon – this time at the Rugby World Cup. Read full article
Treviranus to lead Samoa's World Cup campaign
Ofisa Treviranus was named Samoa captain for the rugby World Cup in September and his first match as skipper will be next week's one off test against world champions New Zealand. Read full article
Wallabies' WCup hopes exposed
Michael Cheika has an extra week to prepare the Wallabies for their tilt at a third World Cup title after both Australia's Super Rugby semifinalists were dumped out of the competition at the weekend. Read full article
Trimble back in Ireland pre-WCup squad
Andrew Trimble was named on Wednesday in Ireland's 45-man training squad ahead of the Rugby World Cup but there was no place for flyhalf Ian Keatley. Read full article
Namibia name preliminary WCup squad
Saracens loose-forward Jacques Burger was among 50 players named in Namibia's preliminary training squad for the Rugby World Cup in England later this year. Read full article
Italy plans hit by federation spat
Italy's Rugby World Cup preparations got off on the wrong foot after a row broke out between players and the federation (FIR) after its president allegedly refused to meet players and cancelled training camp. Read full article
RWC trophy tour gets royal send-off
Rugby royalty met the real thing at Twickenham on Wednesday when Jonny Wilkinson and Britain's Prince Harry sent the Webb Ellis Cup on its tour of Britain. Read full article
Ashton, Strettle back in England frame
Winger Chris Ashton has been given the chance to resurrect his stalled England career after being named in Stuart Lancaster's bulging 50-man rugby World Cup training squad on Wednesday. Read full article
France recall Michalak for World Cup
France coach Philippe Saint-Andre has named veteran Toulon flyhalf Frederic Michalak and Montpellier flyhalf Francois Trinh-Duc in his provisional 36-man squad for this year's World Cup. Read full article
Tuilagi out of RWC due to assault charges
England centre Manu Tuilagi will not play in this year's World Cup after being convicted of three charges of assault and one of criminal damage, the RFU and his club Leicester said on Friday. Read full article
Cruden clinging to slim World Cup hopes
New Zealand flyhalf Aaron Cruden is still clinging to what he admits are slim hopes of playing at this year's World Cup despite suffering a serious knee injury playing for the Waikato Chiefs last Friday. Read full article
World Rugby names World Cup refs
Welshman Nigel Owens headed a list of 12 referees to officiate at the World Cup in September and October, which was announced by World Rugby on Tuesday. Read full article
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