The ACT Brumbies mastered the wet and windy conditions in Auckland on Saturday to beat the Blues 20-13 in the 1500th game of Super Rugby.
Toulon ended Toulouse’s reign as French Top 14 champions with a 24-9 semi-final success on Friday to remain on course...
The Chiefs won a war of attrition against the Crusaders on Friday, taking the spoils 28-19 thanks to a superb defensive...
KINGS flyhalf Demetri Catrakilis will come under a brighter spotlight than usual when his side tackles the Cheetahs at...
THE Bulls yesterday named their squad to play against the Sharks on Saturday amid an exodus of senior players.
INCUMBENT skipper Jean de Villiers believes that all the new players added to the Springbok training group have done...
- Reinach called up to Bok camp
- Breakdown top of Boks' big 5
- No deals for Bok foreign legion
- Springboks to open RWC 2015 campaign in Brighton
- Scotland to tour SA with nine uncapped players
- Springboks call up Cheetahs trio
"'The new guys have shown talent at Super level'"
New Zealand’s second highest-capped lock Ali Williams announced his retirement from international rugby on Friday.
Quade Cooper’s three-part audition for a place in the Wallabies squad for the British and Irish Lions series begins this weekend but he is not the only Australian with a point to prove in Super Rugby action.
Wallabies winger Digby Ioane is a doubt for the first test against the British and Irish Lions after undergoing a knee operation on Wednesday, the Australian Rugby Union (ARU) said.
Lions head coach John Mitchell has returned to work at the Golden Lions Rugby Union (GLRU) after four months, and was...
Former England flyhalf Jonny Wilkinson was named European Player of the Year on Sunday.
Toulon delighted in dismissing detractors who have accused them of buying success on Saturday when they were crowned European champions in a victory flyhalf Jonny Wilkinson said was as good as winning the World Cup.
Springbok Sevens captain Frankie Horne will miss the Rugby World Cup Sevens in Moscow, Russia, next month because of...
New Zealand flyhalf Dan Carter has added his voice to calls for more rest time for top players, saying the International Rugby Board should take advice from players when competition schedules are planned.