World Rugby must invest more in Africa - de Villiers
Zimbabwe coach Peter de Villiers feels that World Rugby should invest more time and money in Rugby on the continent.
Rugby Championship: Team of the Week
There were wins for the All Blacks and Springboks in Round 1 of the Rugby Championship, but who stood out to make our combined Team of the Week?
POLL: Is it time for Cheika to go?
After another Wallabies thumping at the hands of the All Blacks, ESPN's Greg Growden has called for Michael Cheika to be dumped as Wallabies coach. But should he stay or should he go? Have your say in our poll.
Ashton suspension fears after red card
England and Sale Sharks wing Chris Ashton could face further disciplinary action after he was sent off in a pre-season friendly in France.
Erasmus picks squad for Mendoza
Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus have trimmed their squad by six and will take 28 players to Argentina, where the Springboks will face the Pumas in Mendoza in the Rugby Championship on Saturday.
Ulster reach agreement for McFarland to join
Ulster have reached an agreement with Scottish Rugby for Dan McFarland to begin as their head coach from Monday after he was released from his contract.
TRC Rebooted: Naholo tackle sets foul-play precedent
Waisake Naholo's lifting tackle seemed to set a new precedent, while it's hard to fathom how the Wallabies can turn their set-piece woes around in seven days. Your R1 Rugby Championship review is here.
Los Pumas want to stop Springboks' pack
New Argentina coach Mario Ledesma labelled South Africa's pack the most physical in world rugby and said the Pumas must figure out a way to stop them when the two countries meet again in the Rugby Championship in Mendoza on Saturday.
Erasmus to make changes for Mendoza clash
Springboks coach Rassie Erasmus suggested there might be four to five changes to the team when they take on Argentina in Mendoza on Saturday.
Cheika and Co. must all go - Growden
If Rugby Australia is serious about a productive 2019 World Cup, they must get rid of Michael Cheika and all of his backup coaching and managerial staff now -- Greg Growden writes.
Chris Ashton pauses when asked how he might be received by the Twickenham crowd on Sunday. "I might have been forgotten," he says with a smile, "hopefully!"
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