Pierre Spies announces his retirement.

2 weeks ago by Ultimate Rugby

Former Bulls and Springbok eighth man Pierre Spies has announced his retirement.   Spies made his debut for the Springboks in 2006 against Australia in Brisbane and made a total of 53 appearances...

'There's no place for it in the game' - Luke Fitzgerald calls on Nigel Owens to stop using witty putdowns

2 months ago by Irish Independent

Luke Fitzgerald has called on renowned Welsh referee Nigel Owens to stop using one-liners and putdowns while officiating.

Weekly Round Up

7 months ago by Ultimate Rugby

Rebels boost 2017 squad with Garden-Bachop   The Melbourne Rebels have finalised their squad for the 2017 Super Rugby season with the signature of New Zealand fly-half Jackson Garden-Bachop.   The...

Thursday Afternoon Round Up

7 months ago by Ultimate Rugby

Waratahs re-sign recent Wallaby call-up, Jack Dempsey for two seasons   Waratahs have announced the re-signing of powerful back rower, Jack Dempsey who will stay with the Tahs for another two...

Fainga’a twins to reunite at Brumbies in 2017

7 months ago by Brumbies Rugby

The Brumbies have announced that they have signed experienced centre Anthony Fainga’a on a one-year contract for the 2017 season, joining his twin brother Saia on a return to the nation’s...

Brumbies fans set for a double dose of Fainga’a in 2017

7 months ago by

The ACT Brumbies have announced the signing of former Australian international Anthony Fainga’a in a deal that will see the hard-hitting centre link up with his twin Saia in the nation’s capital....

Top League Round Up

9 months ago by Ultimate Rugby

Panasonic Wild Knights’ hopes of making it four straight Top League titles took a big hit Saturday as they fell to their second defeat of the season.   The Panasonic pack were shattered by...

Farrell driven by chance at history

9 months ago by Irish Independent

Another tranche of Ireland front-liners return to action this weekend as the rugby season kicks slowly into gear.

Top League Round 3 Wrap Up

9 months ago by Rugby News Japan

Yamaha Jubilo head the standings after Round 3, a weekend that saw Top League rugby played for the first time at Nissan Stadium, the ground that will host the final of Rugby World Cup 2019.