Never without controversy, the IRB has named England’s second choice flyhalf as part of the final four nominees to contest the international player of the year award.
New Zealand hooker Andrew Hore apologised on Thursday for a hit from behind on Wales lock Bradley Davies that resulted in a five-match ban, saying he had let down his team and the entire country.
John Mitchell, less than a week after saying he had ‘unfinished business’ with the Lions, has started coaching Sale Sharks and stated he was always going to return to the English club.
Disgraced All Black hooker Andrew Hore received to what amounted to no more than a slap on the wrist for his unprovoked attack on a Welsh player.
Silence. For two days the world waited for Andrew Hore, Steve Hansen, Richie McCaw, Steve Tew or even the bloke who carries the bags to apologise for the All Black hooker’s unprovoked assault on Bradley Davies. November 28, 2012 – 12:55PM Mark Reason OPINION New video angle of Hore assault Instead, New Zealand rugby appeared […]
Despite not playing Super Rugby, the Lions will have no shortage of game time next season after their 2013 fixture list was revealed on Tuesday.
Bulls and Springbok flyhalf Morne Steyn has been linked with a move to French Top 14 club Stade Francais.
Die Springbokke kon nie vir meer gevra het as die afrigtingspan wat vanjaar onder soveel kritiek deurgeloop het nie, meen kaptein, Jean de Villiers.
All Blacks’ coach Steve Hansen says his players are not thugs and claims they would not intentionally injure an opponent.
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer applauded his team’s defence, discipline and guts after South Africa edged out England 16-15 at Twickenham on Saturday.
The Welsh have lost all their incoming tour games so far and it will not get easier when they host the All Blacks in Cardiff.
The Boks will look to end their campaign of 2012 on a high by beating England at home – but this won’t be plain sailing.
Die Goue Leeus het John Mitchell gister as afrigter gegroet, maar gaan hom steeds vir die volgende jaar betaal.
Wasps lock Joe Launchbury is set to make his first Test start after England coach Stuart Lancaster made six changes to the side for Saturday’s Test against South Africa at Twickenham.
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer has urged flyhalf Patrick Lambie to play more to his natural attacking instincts against England at Twickenham on Saturday.