Loading...
Loading Live Scoring...
*All times CAT (GMT+2)
days
:
hours
:
minutes
:
seconds

Rugby | International Rugby

Warburton says op will extend career
British and Irish Lions captain Sam Warburton will return to rugby next season after surgery on his knee and neck which he believes will give his career a new lease of life. Read full article
De Villiers takes charge of Zim
Peter de Villiers has been appointed to lead Zimbabwe in their bid to reach the rugby World Cup in Japan next year. Read full article
SA's Goosen extends Italian stay
Marius Goosen will remain as Italy defensive coach until June 30, 2020 "giving continuity to the relationship started in the summer of 2016," the Italian rugby federation announced on Tuesday. Read full article
Wales, Scotland to contest Doddie Weir Cup
Wales and Scotland will launch their end-of-year test campaign when they meet for the inaugural Doddie Weir Cup in Cardiff in November, it was announced Friday. Read full article
Wales host Scotland in November
Wales will open their autumn internationals with a home test against Scotland on November 3, the first time that Warren Gatland's side will face a top-tier northern hemisphere opponent. Read full article
England coach Jones extends contract
England head coach Eddie Jones has signed a contract extension to keep him in the role until 2021, the Rugby Football Union (RFU) said on Wednesday. Read full article
Hunt's career put on hold after drugs bust
Wallabies and Queensland Reds star Karmichael Hunt has stood down voluntarily from all contractual rugby obligations after he was charged with drug possession, his lawyer said on Sunday. Read full article
Wallabies star arrested for 'drug possession'
High-profile Wallabies star Karmichael Hunt has been arrested, reportedly for possessing drugs, with Rugby Australia on Saturday launching an investigation into the incident. Read full article
Brunel named as France coach
Guy Noves was sacked on Wednesday as France coach after two torrid years at the helm with former Italy boss Jacques Brunel named as his successor, French rugby federation president Bernard Laporte announced. Read full article
Despite Lions draw, All Blacks maintain 'gap'
New Zealand, led magnificently by playmaker Barrett, continue to lead the pack in their bid for an unprecedented third consecutive WCup, although they were held to a drawn series by the British and Irish Lions. Read full article
Read to have back surgery
All Blacks captain Kieran Read is to have back surgery this weekend and will miss the early rounds of next year's Super Rugby competition. Read full article
Australia launch bid for 2027 World Cup
Australia have launched bids to host the men's Rugby World Cup in 2027 and the women's event in 2021, Rugby Australia said on Wednesday. Read full article
Parkes to make Wales bow against 'Boks
Hadleigh Parkes will become the latest New Zealander to play for Wales after he was named at centre for the one-of test match against South Africa on Saturday. Read full article
Hardie banned over alleged cocaine use
Edinburgh and Scotland flanker John Hardie has been handed a three-month suspension for gross misconduct following an internal investigation amid reports of alleged cocaine use. Read full article
Kepu banned over shoulder charge
Australia forward Sekope Kepu has been handed a three-week suspension on Tuesday for a flying shoulder charge on Scotland's Hamish Watson during the Wallabies' record 53-24 mauling at Murrayfield. Read full article
‘Pumas at crossroads ahead of WCup’
Daniel Hourcade’s position will be under review next month after a poor year in results although there were signs in the November tests they could on the right track. Read full article
Woodward sees 'something special' in Eng
Clive Woodward believes a "versatile" England are on course to challenge for the 2019 World Cup under coach Eddie Jones. Read full article
‘Wales must use frustration against Boks’
Alun Wyn Jones says his team must channel their frustration at having lost to New Zealand into trying to post an unprecedented third successive victory over South Africa. Read full article
‘French draw only the start for confident Japan’
Michael Leitch said Japan were growing in confidence and Saturday's draw with France illustrated a change in mentality for their players as they prepare for the 2019 World Cup. Read full article
‘Card not decisive in record Wallabies loss’
Michael Cheika did not believe the red card shown to Sekope Kepu was a decisive factor in Australia's record drubbing at the hands of Scotland. Read full article
page 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Prev Next

Event Streaming

Channel Streaming

Other Live Streaming

Event Streaming

Channel Streaming