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ARU funding set to boost women's game
... since 2002 after receiving only minor funding from the Australian Rugby Union (ARU) for ... we really need to do some work," Worsley, the Queensland captain, said ...
Umaga fit for Sydney showdown
Captain Tana Umaga is declared fit as the All Blacks aim to end the Tri-Nations' two-year wait for an away win against Australia.
Short term signings - good or bad?
... debut for Warrington being screened live in New South Wales and Queensland, which will ... Australian clubs, and some of them will sign to play rugby union in New ...
To the bulwarks, for the senator has landed
... to represent the people and state of Queensland, and no ... Prime Minister just hates the word union, end of ... subsidise a young bloke on a rugby scholarship who's ...
World Under 85 Kilogram ChampionshipsNew South Wales has maintained its undefeated record at the World Under 85 Kilogram Championships in Thailand, scoring a 73-0 victory over Japan.
Players donate £10,000 to Hampson
England's Professional Rugby Players' Association has made a £10,000 donation to the trust fund set up to help paralysed Leicester prop Matt Hampson.
Carlos Spencer - maverick genius or infuriating liability? As it is with those who dare to explore the unorthodox parameters of their sport, the former All Blacks fly-half has long divided opinion.
Ella's backing Gregan
The former Wallaby who predicted George Gregan's rise to the Test team in 1994 has called on critics to end their attacks on the embattled Australian captain.
Rokocoko predicts 'dog fight'
ALL Blacks winger Joe Rokocoko stripped away his laid-back facade to explain the desperation factor gripping both teams ahead of tonight's Telstra Stadium showdown.
Sanft to start in PB's NPC opener
Former Auckland B first five Doug Sanft will make his debut for Bayleys Poverty Bay in Saturday's opening NPC clash against Counties in Pukekohe.
Wallabies have to be dominated up front, says McCaw
No Waugh? Richie McCaw just wanted to make sure he heard right the first time. His eyes did not glow at Phil Waugh's omission from the Wallaby loose trio, but you sensed he was not...
Bridge rivals take their corners
Both camps are sounding more boxing than rugby in the countdown to tonight's NPC Battle of the Bridge...
Fleck reflects as curtain falls
Bok and Bath centre Robbie Fleck has been forced to hang up his boots after suffering a career-ending injury. Planet Rugby caught up with the wily centre as he prepares for the 'after-life'.
Canada's Under-23 Women's ready for action
Canada's Under-23 Women's program is currently in Edmonton, Alberta where, they have been in camp since the beginning of August. This weekend, an under-23 tournament begins, which will see ...
Elite, Sevens and National Academy squads named....
Aesculpians claim Summer Sevens title
England Deaf name squad for Maidstone game
Stats show Joey cuts it in either code
Andrew "Joey" Johns has been watching Tri Nations matches, wondering whether rugby union and rugby league are prepared for how closely they are coming together.
SA Rugby position on recent negative media reports
In response to various speculative media articles published recently, we find it very unfortunate that general comments are being made and assumptions are being touted as facts.
Peter Wright plans for a hot reception
Scotland under-19 head coach Peter Wright will be taking medical advice in order to best prepare his players for the IRB under-19 world championships, which will be staged in Dubai next April.
Gloucester favourites for 7s glory
Gloucester go into today's Middlesex Sevens with a squad containing four Sevens internationals and led by current England captain Simon Amor.
George Gregan feeling the pressure
Australia captain George Gregan admits his team are feeling the pressure ahead of the Tri-Nations series clash with New Zealand in Sydney today.
Jonny Wilkinson " I won't let things slip"
England star Jonny Wilkinson has admitted he will always be "absolutely obsessive" about his rugby.
Mortlock to make hard yards easy
Banished to the bench in South Africa two weeks ago, outside centre Stirling Mortlock will be the central figure in the Wallabies' strategy to beat the All Blacks at Telstra Stadium in Sydney tonight.
USA Rugby Gains Multimillion-Dollar Grant
USA Rugby is to receive a three-year, $2.67 million-dollar grant underwriting the launch of elite-level development programs for its most promising players.
Williams step down as Cardiff Blues Captain
Martyn Williams will step down as Cardiff Blues Captain this season after serving in the role since 2002. He was the first player to become Captain of the Blues after the transition to regional rugby in 2003.
Blackadder Coming Home
Former All Blacks captain Todd Blackadder is returning to New Zealand to join next year's revamped NPC with the new Nelson Bays-Marlborough merger.
Rugby-Fiji player fined over cannabis test
Fijian winger Vilimoni Delasau was reprimanded and fined NZ$500 (US$350) for testing positive for cannabis, the New Zealand Rugby Union said on Friday....
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