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Tuesday Round-Up

4 years ago by Ultimate Rugby

Eddie Jones to England?Bookmakers in the UK have slashed odds on Eddie Jones becoming the next England head coach, fuelling speculation he is in line to take over.Jones recently took up a post in Super...

Carter's horrific night of violence in SA

4 years ago by Rugby 365

All Blacks great Dan Carter has lifted the lid on a night of violence that left him fearing for his life in South Africa as a fledgling rugby player in 2002.

McCaw expected to confirm retirement

4 years ago by Super Sport.com

Richie McCaw is expected to confirm his decision to retire from rugby this week, New Zealand media reported on Sunday.

New Zealand still concerned about Japan's Super Rugby readiness

4 years ago by The Guardian

‘Excited but nervous’ about Sunwolves, says New Zealand boss Steve TewJapanese and Argentine franchises will enter competition next seasonJapan won admirers for their impressive performances at the...

Thursday Round-Up

4 years ago by Ultimate Rugby

Jake White interested in England role.World Cup winner Jake White is interested in succeeding Stuart Lancaster as England head coach.The 52-year-old South African is the bookmakers' favourite for the post,...

All Black greats say McCaw's men the best ever

4 years ago by Super Sport.com

All Blacks legends lined up to acclaim the current New Zealand team as the best ever on Monday, saying their domination over the past four years made the accolade indisputable.

Boks to play All Blacks in Durban

4 years ago by Cape Argus - Stormers

South Africa will face world champions New Zealand in Durban next October in the Rugby Championship.

Prince Charles delights ABs with Aussie jibe

4 years ago by Super Sport.com

Britain's Prince Charles scrapped his New Zealand tour schedule on Friday to congratulate the All Blacks on their Rugby World Cup win, delighting locals with a joke about losing finalists Australia.

Standing still not an option for All Blacks

4 years ago by Super Sport.com

With a slate of retirements and departures looming, however, New Zealand coach Steve Hansen has little time to enjoy the moment.

Wallabies must up their game - Cheika

4 years ago by iol.co.za

The Australians arrived home after losing 34-17 to the All Blacks in the Rugby World Cup final at Twickenham.