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    D-Mail Email Marketing System Rugby Union News Desk Always going forward RUGBY UNION DAILY NEWS UPDATE BBC Sport reports Howley forced to retire A wrist
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      RUGBY UNION DAILY NEWS UPDATE 



      BBC Sport reports

      A wrist injury forces the end of the playing career of Wasps, Wales and Lions scrum-half Rob Howley.

      Northampton flanker Darren Fox is banned for eight weeks after being found guilty of butting.

      Gordon D'Arcy is ruled out of Ireland's international against South Africa on 13 November.

      Sporting Life reports

      JONES BACKS WOODWARD'S PLANS
      Eddie Jones backed Sir Clive Woodward's plan for a 26-strong Lions management team. (More)

      PATERSON FOCUS ON SCOTS HOPES
      Scotland winger Chris Paterson insists Glasgow and Edinburgh stars will put poor club results behind them. (More)

      FRENCH RELEASE KEY WALES TRIO
      Wales will have three key stars available for the South Africa thanks to the French rugby federation. (More)


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      SMH reports

      Wallabies step out fresh

      Unlike previous Wallabies teams that have arrived in Europe burnt out, the carefully managed 2004 squad is refreshed and ready to face Scotland, France and England teams feeling the effects of demanding seasons. more

      Newport duo come right for Wales

      Wales coach Mike Ruddock has added Newport pair Steve Jones and Hal Luscombe to his squad for the autumn internationals which begin with the visit of Tri Nations champions South Africa to the Millennium Stadium on Saturday. 
      more

      Bok benchwarmers out of practice

      The Springbok rugby team will start the first Test of their Grand Slam tour with several rusty players on the replacements' bench. more

      Uproar in Crusader country

      Queensland has welcomed the prospect of playing an historic Super 12 clash in Melbourne next year but moves by the Crusaders to schedule the match across the Tasman have been met by a New Zealand outcry. 
      more

      Canterbury sows the seeds...

      Any rugby whingers tempted to bellyache about the Crusaders clinging to Dan Carter and Andrew Mehrtens for next year's Super 12 should start growing their own talent instead. 
      more


      November tour: Competition hot for Wallaby spots
      SA v Wales: Willemse back in Boks
      South Africa: Bobo given a Bok lifeline
      Wallabies rookie: Gerrard all set for the hard yards
      One season: Wales goes tepid on global season
      Captain knocked: Boks forced to cover for injured Smit
      Lions: Woodie won't be hasty with his skipper
      November tour: Wallabies target four wins from four
      NZ teams: NZRU defends its leadership
      Home & away: Crusaders could call Melbourne home
      Manny Edmonds: No.10 solution under Tahs' noses: Manny
      Competition rundown: 2005 Super 12 full draw
      John Connolly: Wallabies have a shot at tour clean sweep
      Knuckles: May the fourth be with Melbourne
      Mat Rogers: Lote guilty of greatness


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      Injury forces Howley into retirement

      Saracens denying release of Williams to Canada

      Top job for top ref

      Pumas, Springboks match on

      Wales trio released for Bok Test

      O'Sullivan bolsters his troops

      Fox in the hole for eight weeks

      Collymore to pursue assault claims

      Portugal, Uruguay win

      Jordaan to soar with Falcons

      Rhys looking to shake off the blues

      France welcomes the Human

      Smit is back on the park

      D'Arcy doubtful for Ireland Tests

      CAR Final off

      Welsh teams the big losers

      First Round Second Leg

      Chiefs return to Pukekohe

      High time Noon for England?

      Barnes officials charged with referee abuse

      Leamington to light up

      Gloucestershire eager to raise drug awareness

      Telford to switch on

      Chance to sponsor England Team

      Greenwich teenagers on a roll

      London survivors on tough Powergen Cup mission


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      D-Mail Email Marketing System Rugby Union News Desk Always going forward Global Results from rugby_www rugby union news from around the world. International
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        International

        Asian Under-19 Championship


        The championship is taking place in Kunming, China.

        Day 1

        China vs Malaysia, 48-0
        Hong Kong vs Kazakhstan, 8-0
        Japan vs Thailand, 46-9
        Korea vs Chinese taipei, 43-0
        Singapore vs Aranbian Gulf, 14-14
        Sri Lanka vs India, 46-5

        Women

        England XV vs Wales XV, 50-17

        Sevens

        Day One:


        Argentina vs Scotland, 14-14
        Argentina vs Arabian Gulf, 67-0
        Australia vs Kenya
        Australia vs Ireland, 26-22
        Canada vs Namibia, 26-15
        England vs Australia, 24-12
        England vs Kenya, 26-0
        England vs Ireland, 31-19
        Fiji vs Scotland, 38-10
        Fiji vs Arabian Gulf, 45-0
        Fiji vs Argentina, 21-14
        France vs Portugal, 12-12
        Kenya vs Ireland, 21-14
        New Zealand vs Portugal, 31-10
        New Zealand vs France, 36-7
        New Zealand vs Tunisia, 47-0
        Portugal vs Tunisia, 5-5
        Samoa vs Canada, 35-14
        Samoa vs Namibia, 59-5
        Scotland vs Arabian Gulf, 43-12
        South Africa vs Canada, 41-0
        South Africa vs Namibia, 49-0
        South Africa vs Samoa, 21-12
        Tunisia vs France, 12-7

        Day 2:

        Bowl quarter-finals:
        Australia vs France, 26-14
        Canada vs Arabian Gulf, 36-0
        Ireland vs Portugal, 29-17
        Scotland vs Namibia, 19-15

        Cup quarter-finals:

        Argentina vs South Africa, 22-12
        England vs Tunisia, 52-0
        Fiji vs Samoa, 17-12
        New Zealand vs Kenya, 36-0

        Shield semi-finals:

        France vs Namibia, 36-12
        Portugal vs Arabian Gulf, 41-0

        Bowl semi-finals:

        Australia vs Scotland, 26-24
        Canada vs Ireland, 24-19

        Plate semi-finals:

        Samoa vs Tunisia
        South Africa vs Kenya, 49-10

        Cup semi-finals:

        Fiji vs England, 19-12
        New Zealand vs Argentina, 28-14

        Shield Final:

        Portugal vs France, 17-12

        Bowl Final:

        Australia vs Canada, 38-12

        Plate Final:

        South Africa vs Samoa, 12-7

        Cup Final:

        New Zealand vs Fiji, 33-19

        Europe

        Heineken Cup

        Round 4


        Bath Rugby vs Benetton Treviso, 47-7
        Biarritz vs Calvisano, 48-17
        Gloucester vs Cardiff Blues, 23-16
        Leicester Tigers vs London Wasps, 35-27
        Leinster vs Bourgoin, 26-23
        Llanelli Scarlets vs Glasgow, 38-22
        Munster vs Castres, 36-8
        Newcastle Falcons vs Edinburgh Rugby, 13-10
        Ospreys vs Harlequins, 46-19
        Perpignan vs Dragons, 32-9
        Toulouse vs Northampton Saints, 25-12
        Ulster vs Stade Français, 18-10

        Challenge Cup

        Round 2 Leg 2


        Montpellier, London Irish and Viadana were all Leg 1 losers who won
        in Leg 2, none well enough on aggregate to advance to the quarter-
        finals.

        Brive vs El Salvador, 45-23
        Clermont Auvergne vs The Borders, 34-23
        Grenoble vs Béziers, 38-26
        London Irish vs Pau, 19-16
        Montpellier vs Connacht, 19-14
        Sale Sharks vs Narbonne, 25-10
        Saracens vs Overmach Parma, 52-6
        Viadana vs Agen, 22-17

        Shield

        Round 1 Leg 2


        Leg 1 losers who became Leg 2 winners were UCM Madrid and Leonessa
        and they did so well enough to advance to the quarter-finals.

        Auch vs L'Aquila, 31-23
        Bayonne vs Catania, 41-0
        GrAN Rugby Parma, walkover
        Leeds Tykes vs VRAC, 53-11
        Leonessa vs Bucaresti, 32-21
        Petrarca Padova vs Spyro Bera Bera, 36-17
        UCM Madrid vs Lisboa, 40-26
        Worcester Warriors vs Rovigo, 67-14

        England

        National League 1


        Bedford Blues vs Coventry, 26-16
        Bristol Shoguns vs Otley, 23-11
        Exeter vs Rotherham Titans, 41-17
        Nottingham vs Orrell, 31-9
        Penzance & Newlyn vs Henley Hawks, 33-13
        Plymouth Albion vs London Welsh, 40-34
        Sedgley Park vs Pertemps Bees, 38-19

        Varsity Match

        Oxford vs Cambridge, 18-11

        France

        Pro D2 - 14e journée

        Aix vs Périgueux, 28-18
        Dax vs Aurillac, 17-15
        Lyon vs La Rochelle, 10-9
        Métro-Racing vs Tarbes, 15-12
        Montauban vs Albi, 21-17
        Stade Bordelais vs Mont-de-Marsan, 25-22
        Toulon vs Oyonnax, 41-5
        Tyrosse vs Limoges, 19-17

        Ireland

        It was a first defeat for Garryowen.

        Belfast Harlequins vs Garryowen, 13-6
        Blackrock College vs Ballymena, 33-17
        Buccaneers vs Carlow, 23-21

        Japan

        Toshiba Brave Lupus, Toyota Verblits and Yamaha Jubilo are top, IBM
        Big Blue bottom.

        Toshiba Brave Lupus vs World Fighting Bull, 47-19
        Sanyo Wild Knights vs Suntory Sungoliath, 41-35
        NEC Green Rockets vs Kobe Kobelco Steelers, 65-24
        Kintetsu Liners vs Ricoh Black Rams, 43-26
        Toyota Verblits vs IBM Big Blue, 63-0
        Yamaha Jubilo vs Kubota Spears, 47-36

        Portugal

        1ª Divisão

        Académica vs Cascais, 71-0
        Agronomia vs CDUP, 45-7
        Belenenses vs CDUL, 40-17lta
        Benfica vs Direito, 24-20
        CRAV vs Técnico, 35-6
        Évora vs Montemor, 56-0

        Scotland

        Premier 1


        Aberdeen GSFP vs Biggar, 29-6
        Boroughmuir vs Glasgow Hutcheson's Aloysians, 32-8
        Currie vs Watsonians, 49-8
        Glasgow Hawks vs Ayr, 16-7
        Heriot's vs Hawick, 34-10
        Melrose vs Gala, 21-18

        Wales

        Premiership


        Aberavon Wizards vs Newbridge, 82-3
        Bedwas vs Llandovery, 31-15
        Carmarthen Quins vs Pontypridd, 28-13
        Cross Keys vs Pontypool, 32-21
        Ebbw Vale vs Swansea, 16-0
        Llanelli vs Llanharan, 30-9
        Neath vs Cardiff, tbc
        Newport vs Caerphilly, 37-17



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