Weekend Round Up

Weekend Round Up

Peter Hewat joins Brumbies coaching staff

The Brumbies have announced that former Waratahs full-back Peter Hewat has signed on to become Backs Coach commencing with the 2018 Super Rugby season. Read more

Coles out of first Bledisloe Test

Dane Coles' return to Test rugby from a long spell off to recover from a concussion has suffered a setback ahead of Saturday's Bledisloe Cup opener against Australia in Sydney.

Coles' Hurricanes team-mate Ricky Riccitelli joined the team in Sydney as cover. Full story

Luke Wallace dislocates hip

Harlequins have confirmed that flanker Luke Wallace sustained a dislocated hip during Saturday's pre-season victory over London Irish at Hazelwood. Full story

Kirsten blow for Bulls

Blue Bulls flanker Jannes Kirsten injured ankle ligaments in the loss to Western Province and will be sidelined for several weeks. Read more

Geoffrey Stooke's ARU resignation statement

Rugby WA OAM Geoffrey Stooke has handed in his resignation following the Western Force being cut from Super Rugby. Read his full statement here

Currie Cup

The Cheetahs lost their first match since the 2015 semifinal against Western Province. 

Western Province got back to winning ways with a 45-34 victory over the Blue Bulls.

The Sharks climbed to the top of the table with a fantastic rally in the second half beating a 14-man Lions 31-47.

The Currie Cup standings after 6 rounds of action

See highlights and more here

Women's World Cup

New Zealand Women kicked off the 2nd round of the Women's World Cup with an outstanding 121-0 victory over Hong Kong Women. Highlights


England Women breezed past Italy Women 56-13 in their 2nd match of the Women's World Cup. Highlights

USA Women remained unbeaten as they beat Spain Women 43-0. Highlights

Paula Fitzpatrick scored a late try as Ireland Women secured a 24-14 point victory over Japan Women. Highlights

Shanon Izar scored a hattrick as France Women scored 8 tries to beat Australia Women 48-0. Highlights

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