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Welsh rugby league player Danny Jones died on Sunday after suffering a suspected cardiac arrest during an English third-tier match.
By Reuters • 7 hours ago
New Zealand stunned Australia with four tries in 20 first half minutes to beat the Kangaroos 26-12 at Lang Park on Sunday and record three straight wins over
By Reuters • 20 hours ago
New Zealand loose forward Jerome Kaino faces up to two months on the sidelines after suffering a compound fracture to the ring finger of his left hand in Super
By Reuters • Yesterday at 03:19
So it came to pass -- the flying back frozen out of his national team for plying his trade in France scored a Champions Cup final try of such irresistible
By Reuters • Yesterday at 22:35
Some have labelled Toulon the Harlem Globetrotters of rugby with big-name players who care only about money, but for coach Bernard Laporte the seam of rich
By Reuters • Yesterday at 22:29
For Ali Williams, 80 minutes of blood, sweat and tears to help Toulon secure a third successive European crown was nothing compared to the effort his family put
By Reuters • Yesterday at 21:30
The Bulls moved to the top of the South African conference with a 35-33 victory over the Lions in a thrilling Super Rugby match at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday.
By Reuters • Yesterday at 21:17
Toulon made rugby union history at Twickenham as they clinched a hat-trick of European titles by defeating fellow French heavyweights Clermont Auvergne 24-18 in
By PA Sport Report • Yesterday at 20:12
Rugby's European Cup winners since the competition began in the 1995-96 season: Season Winners Runners-up Score 1995-96 Toulouse
By Reuters • Yesterday at 20:07
Toulon secured an unprecedented third successive European title with a 24-18 victory over Clermont Auvergne in rugby's inaugural Champions Cup final.
By Reuters • Yesterday at 19:57
By Reuters • Yesterday at 19:56
Clermont Auvergne suffered a blow before their Champions Cup final against Toulon at Twickenham on Saturday when flyhalf Brock James was injured in the warm up
By Reuters • Yesterday at 18:16
The Melbourne Rebels held off a second half fightback to beat the Waikato Chiefs 16-15 on Saturday and record their first ever victory over the twice Super
By Reuters • Yesterday at 14:31
Wellington Hurricanes underlined their Super Rugby title credentials with a hard-fought 29-23 bonus point victory over the Canterbury Crusaders in the New
By Reuters • Yesterday at 11:41
Auckland Blues won the battle of the Super Rugby basement dwellers with a 41-24 victory over Western Force on Saturday but it came at the cost of potentially
By Reuters • Yesterday at 09:33
Gloucester survived a nail-biting finale to the European Challenge Cup final to beat Edinburgh 19-13 on a highly-charged night at The Stoop on Friday.
By Reuters • The 01/05/2015 at 23:32
Gloucester survived Bill Meakes' red card to see off Edinburgh 19-13 and claim Challenge Cup glory at the Twickenham Stoop.
By Toby Keel • The 01/05/2015 at 23:17
Gloucester survived Bill Meakes' red card to see off Edinburgh 19-13 and claim Challenge Cup glory at the Twickenham Stoop, reviving their Champions Cup
By PA Sport Report • The 01/05/2015 at 22:57
The New South Waratahs held on to beat the ACT Brumbies 13-10 on Friday in a bruising encounter that kept their Super rugby title defence alive and well.
By Reuters • The 01/05/2015 at 14:10
Veteran Ireland and Leinster centre Gordon D'Arcy will retire after this year's World Cup, he said on Friday.
By Reuters • The 01/05/2015 at 13:56
The size and physicality of South Africa's fearsome forward pack has rugby World Cup opponents Japan running for the wings.
By Reuters • The 01/05/2015 at 12:23
Otago Highlanders scored seven tries in a breathtaking display of running rugby to hammer South Africa's Sharks 48-15 in Dunedin on Friday and remain firmly in
By Reuters • The 01/05/2015 at 11:38
Torrential rain forced the postponement of Friday's rugby league test between Australia and New Zealand in Brisbane, marking the first time in almost 70 years
By Reuters • The 01/05/2015 at 11:28
For the "Yellow Army" rugby men of France's Clermont Auvergne, beating Toulon in Saturday's European Champions Cup final is about much more than revenge.
By Reuters • The 30/04/2015 at 14:41
He will soon return home to South Africa to focus on his family and his livestock farm but life after rugby can wait a few more weeks.
By Reuters • The 30/04/2015 at 14:39