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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
World Cup chief executive resigns
Debbie Jevans on Friday retired as chief executive of the Rugby World Cup Organising Committee, less than six months before the sport's showpiece tournament in England. Read full article
‘Foundations in place for Eng World Cup win’
World Cup winner Jonny Wilkinson believes the ground work has been done for England to recapture the Webb Ellis trophy on home soil next year. Read full article
Hansen faces no-win situation as NZ host England
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen already walks a thin line managing public expectations while trying to develop a 2015 World Cup squad. Read full article
USA qualify for Rugby World Cup
USA survived an almighty scare from Uruguay to book their place at Rugby World Cup 2015 as the Americas 2 qualifier after a 32-13 win in Atlanta on Saturday. Read full article
Carter desperate to savour WCup win on the pitch
Being injured during the business end of New Zealand's campaign to win the World Cup on home soil left Dan Carter feeling like he had missed out. Read full article
Georgia, Romania secure 2015 berths
Georgia and Romania secured their places at the 2015 rugby World Cup with impressive home victories over Russia and Spain respectively on Saturday. Read full article
Boks avoid the RWC night shift
The Springboks won’t be experiencing what they went through this past Saturday with the late kick-off in Paris when they go out to regain their Rugby World Cup title in England in two years from now. Read full article
Ireland plans bid for 2023 World Cup
Ireland will consider launching a bid for the 2023 Rugby World Cup this week, the country's sports minister said on Monday. Read full article
We had to make RWC schedule fair - IRB chief
After 28 years and seven tournaments of frustrating inequality, the 2015 rugby World Cup will be played on an almost level playing field. Read full article
Olympic stadium to host RWC matches
London's Olympic Stadium will host four matches, including the third-place playoff, in the 2015 rugby World Cup. Read full article
GAA clear the way for Irish 2023 RWC bid
Irish rugby's governing body won the backing of their GAA peers on Saturday to use their stadiums, including the 82 300-capacity Croke Park, in a potential bid for the 2023 Rugby World Cup. Read full article
Exeter added to potential RWC 2015 venues
RWC organisers have added club side Exeter Chiefs to the list of possible venues for the 2015 tournament in England. Read full article
One positive dope test at World Cup - IRB
One player tested positive for a banned painkiller at the recent rugby World Cup in New Zealand, the International Rugby Board (IRB) has said. Read full article
France ignored 'lost' Lievremont
French players took their rugby World Cup campaign into their own hands and largely overlooked "lost" coach Marc Lievremont to reach the final, Imanol Harinordoquy said. Read full article
All our rugby-game winners from RWC 2011
The World Cup is over and the judges' scorecards are in. It's a landslide victory King Larry, who will be celebrating about as hard as everyone in Auckland combined after taking home over 50 grand... Read full article
All Black triumph built around balance
In breaking their 24-year drought in the competition, the All Blacks showed that above all else they had learned from past failures and heeded the lessons. Read full article
ABs happy to grind it out and win ugly
New Zealand's 8-7 victory over France in the World Cup final was hardly built on free-flowing champagne rugby but the All Blacks were happy enough to win ugly. Read full article
Kiwis hang on to win epic final
New Zealand finally broke two decades of World Cup drought by surviving a test of nerve that secured them an one-point win in an epic final against France. Read full article
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