Tuesday Morning Round Up

Tuesday Morning Round Up

Taniela Tupou to appear before a SANZAAR Judicial Committee Hearing

Reds and Wallabies prop Taniela Tupou will appear at a SANZAAR judicial committee hearing later on Tuesday after being cited for alleged foul play.

The 21-year old Tongan born front rower appeared to execute a tackle on Stormers winger Craig Barry without using his arms in the ninth minute of the Reds loss.

Carter, Smid and Murphy sign new contracts with Ealing Trailfinders

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Ealing Trailfinders have announced that Kieran Murphy, Rayn Smid and Luke Carter have all committed their future to the club by signing new contracts at Vallis Way. 

The trio have been a crucial part of the squad throughout the 2017/18 season and will all remain with the west Londoners for the 18/19 campaign. Full story


Hadleigh Parkes signs new deal at Scarlets

Scarlets have confirmed that Wales centre Hadleigh Parkes has put pen to paper on a new contract with the club.

He has made 93 appearances for the region to date, scoring twelve tries. Full story

Super Rugby Quarter Finals - As It Stands

With 8 rounds complete we see how the teams are tracking and how they would match up for the knock out stages

Spain,Romania RWC fiasco:

It has emerged that Romania may have fielded an ilegable player which may open the door for Spain again following their controversial loss to Belgium and subsequint failure to qualify for the RWC. The reports are being investigated.

Bulls face injury concerns ahead of Stormers clash:

Following a poor 3 week tour the Bulls have a few injury concerns with Lood de Jager, Trevor Nyakane, Handre Pollard, Rudolf Snyman and Nic de Jager all a worry. Lood de Jager has a calf strain being monitored, Nyakane needs to complete return to play protocols following a head knock, Pollard is recovering from flu and Snyman and de Jager both are hoping to return in a few weeks 

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