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Rugby | International Rugby

‘Wallabies skipper Hooper offered record five-year deal’
Rugby Australia has offered Wallabies captain Michael Hooper an unprecedented five-year contract in a bid to secure him through to the 2023 Rugby World Cup, Australian media reported Friday. Read full article
Shields seeks NZ release to play for Eng
The Hurricanes captain Brad Shields has asked New Zealand Rugby for permission to play for England in South Africa later this year, chief executive Steve Tew said on Friday. Read full article
Joseph set to miss South Africa tour
England centre Jonathan Joseph is set to miss their three test tour of South Africa in June after being ruled out for the rest of the Premiership season due to injury on Thursday. Read full article
Read, Coles likely to miss French tests
All Blacks captain and first-choice hooker are unlikely to be selected for the three-test series against France in June as they recover from long-term injuries. Read full article
Folau escapes anti-gay post sanction
Rugby Australia will not sanction Israel Folau for controversial anti-gay comments posted on social media, the governing body said on Tuesday. Read full article
Wales to face Aus, SA in November
Wales will face Australia and South Africa during their last November international series ahead of the 2019 World Cup in Japan, the Welsh Rugby Union announced on Monday. Read full article
Moody a doubt for France series
All Blacks prop Joe Moody suffered a serious hand injury on Saturday while making his return to rugby after seven months on the sidelines, New Zealand media reported on Sunday. Read full article
Ex-Fiji international named new Wallabies coach
Former Fiji lock Simon Raiwalui has been appointed as Australia's new forwards coach until after the end of next year's World Cup in Japan. Read full article
Wallabies winger Speight signs extension
Winger Henry Speight has committed to Australian rugby until after next year's World Cup in Japan with a one-year contract extension. Read full article
England to take break from Twickenham
England plan to stage a home test away from their traditional home of Twickenham in the lead up to next year's World Cup, the Rugby Football Union (RFU) said on Sunday. Read full article
Smith excited by Pau's play-off charge
New Zealand international Conrad Smith was enticed to France following the 2015 World Cup to join then newly-promoted Pau's ambitious project to recapture past glories. Read full article
England chiefs back Eddie Jones
England rugby chiefs gave their backing to coach Eddie Jones on Wednesday despite the side's disappointing fifth-place finish in the Six Nations. Read full article
Ex-All Black, Samoa flanker Mika dies
New Zealand rugby was reeling on Wednesday at the sudden death of former All Black and Samoa flanker Dylan Mika at the age of just 45. Read full article
Hansen plays down England link
New Zealand boss Steve Hansen insists there is no chance he would be interested in taking over from England coach Eddie Jones. Read full article
Spain on the brink of World Cup
Spain’s run towards the brink of qualifying for the Rugby World Cup for the first time in two decades has captivated the country. Read full article
Giteau acknowledges end of international career
Former Australia inside centre Matt Giteau has acknowledged his international career is over but the 35-year-old is not quite ready to officially retire. Read full article
Folau undecided on Wallabies future
Israel Folau is undecided on whether he will commit to Michael Cheika's team next year, despite the lure of a World Cup appearance in Japan. Read full article
Wales wing Walker retires at 25
Eli Walker announced his retirement at the age of just 25 on Friday after failing to recover from injury. Read full article
Cheika to walk if Wallabies don't win World Cup
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika says he will likely quit if he fails to lead Australia to victory at the World Cup in Japan next year. Read full article
Kaino to call time on All Blacks career
The long All Blacks career of twice World Cup winner Jerome Kaino will come to an end at the close of this Super Rugby season when the loose forward leaves New Zealand to join a club in France. Read full article
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