Wednesday Morning Round Up

Wednesday Morning Round Up

Sunwolves set for Super Rugby axe


The Japanese team was expected to be informed of their fate via telephone on Wednesday as SANZAAR look to return to a round-robin format with 14 teams.

 

 

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Blues sign Wales wing Adams

 

 

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Cheetahs' back re-signs

 

 

The Free State Rugby has announced that utility back William Small-Smith has extended his contract with the Cheetahs for another two years.  He has committed to be playing for the Cheetahs until October 2021.

 

 

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Blues support SBW's Christchurch hiatus

 

 

The Blues will look to claim their first win over fellow New Zealand opposition since round one in 2016 without centre Sonny Bill Williams this weekend as he has travelled to Christchurch to represent his Muslim faith with the blessing of his franchise.

 

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Morgan commits to the Ospreys

 

 

Ospreys Rugby have announced that Luke Morgan, top try scorer at the region this season, has signed a new two-year contract.

 

 

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Gareth Anscombe warns pay could lead to Welsh player exodus

 

 

Wales' Grand Slam winning flyhalf Gareth Anscombe has sent out a warning to Welsh Rugby chiefs following the Six Nations stating ' We're a world-class team and players deserve to be looked after'.

 

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Special Wales can mount World Cup challenge - Gatland

 

 

 

Warren Gatland believes Wales can mount a strong challenge to win the Rugby World Cup after their Grand Slam triumph.

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Crusaders duo say grieving is more important than name change

 

 

 

 

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Blues v Highlanders line ups:

 

 

 

 

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