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Rugby | International Rugby

Solomona doubtful for Argentina tour
Denny Solomona is doubtful for England's two-test tour of Argentina in June after sustaining a foot injury, head coach Eddie Jones has said. Read full article
Jones 'plays by the rules' on England call ups
England head coach Eddie Jones will "play by the rules" when calling up players and continue to select the best available, regardless of how they qualify to represent the country. Read full article
All Blacks confirm 2018 Japan test
The world champion All Blacks will face Japan in a test match next year before heading to Europe for their end of season tour in an effort to boost interest ahead of the 2019 Rugby World Cup in the country. Read full article
Jones defends NZ-born Heinz's Eng call-up
Eddie Jones has insisted he is happy to pick anyone qualified to play for England, regardless of their birthplace. Read full article
Ireland name eight uncapped players
Ireland named eight uncapped players in their squad to face the United States and Japan next month as coach Joe Schmidt handed a number of younger players the chance to impress. Read full article
France face SA, NZ in Paris
France will kick off their autumn test campaign against the All Blacks at the Stade de France on November 11, the French rugby federation announced on Tuesday. Read full article
Super Rugby funk won't infect Wallabies
Players in Michael Cheika's Wallabies squad will have no trouble putting aside their Super Rugby struggles when they gather to prepare for June internationals. Read full article
‘O'Driscoll fallout helped galvanise All Blacks’
Former New Zealand coach Graham Henry has weighed in on the ongoing debate over the crippling tackle on Brian O'Driscoll in the 2005 British and Irish Lions tour, saying it "helped galvanise" the All Blacks. Read full article
Beale, Genia might be rested for June tests
Kurtley Beale and Will Genia may be rested for the June internationals against Fiji, Scotland and Italy as Michael Cheika considers blooding new players at test level two years out from the World Cup in Japan. Read full article
World Rugby raises test eligibility to five years
Rugby's governing body raised the residency period needed for test eligibility from three to five years on Tuesday following years of controversy over players switching countries. Read full article
NZ confirm Eden Park double-header
The All Blacks will prepare for the British and Irish Lions by playing Samoa as part of a test double-header in Auckland that also features Tonga against Wales, New Zealand Rugby said on Tuesday. Read full article
France set for second All Blacks test
France will play a second test match in a matter of days this autumn against New Zealand, sources at Marseille's Velodrome Stadium said on Monday. Read full article
Barbarians-NZ clash confirmed
World champions New Zealand will play the Barbarians at Twickenham on 4 November, both sides confirmed Saturday. Read full article
England duo on award shortlist
England internationals Owen Farrell and Elliot Daly were named on a five-man shortlist for the Rugby Players' Association Players' Player of the Year award revealed on Wednesday. Read full article
Haskell to focus on RWC after Lions snub
England flanker James Haskell buried his disappointment at missing yet another British and Irish Lions squad with a desire to focus on extending his international career through until the 2019 World Cup. Read full article
England's Williams out of Samoa test
England stand-off George Williams has been ruled out of next weekend's mid-season international against Samoa in Sydney after suffering a knee injury. Read full article
Japan thrash South Korea 80-10
Japan fended off a challenge from South Korea Saturday, comfortably cruising to a 80-10 victory in the second game of the Asia Rugby Championship. Read full article
Concussion ends Broadhurst's career
One-test All Black James Broadhurst announced his retirement from rugby on Friday, saying he had been unable to shake off the impacts of concussion. Read full article
Injury forces Wales's Evans to retire
Wales lock Ian Evans has had to retire because of a knee injury, his English Premiership side Bristol announced on Thursday. Read full article
Former All Black Williams fined again over drugs
Former All Black lock Ali Williams has been slapped with another €1 500 fine for buying cocaine in Paris in February with former Australia flyhalf James O'Connor. Read full article
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