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Wales 'looking forward' to U.S. Boks Test

Wales expect their end-of-season Test against South Africa in Washington D.C. to go ahead despite reports that it is under threat.

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Boks won't pick A side and B side

Springboks coach Rassie Erasmus talks about the importance of his team's coming Tests against Wales and England.

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We must talk about quotas - Erasmus

If South Africa don't select 45 percent black players through the 2018 Test season then Springboks coach Rassie Erasmus "didn't pass one of my KPIs, it's as simple as that".

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Super Rugby

Hours of Super horror an ugly sight for Wallabies

When the highlights of a Super Rugby round is observing a halfback delivering a scrum-feed one-handed and wondering if a coach was caught nibbling on a party pie during a game, then you know you've endured hours of horror.

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Why Blues must stick solid with Umaga

New Zealand Rugby and the wider Blues management are right to be reviewing the franchise's struggles but they must think long and hard before opting for yet another coaching change, Craig Dowd writes.

South Africa

Bryan Habana Retires

Habana ranks among rugby's greatest ever players

Bryan Habana will go down as one of South Africa's greatest rugby players before and after unity, and a model professional who was a great role model for kids from all walks of life.

Rugby responds to Habana's retirement

The rugby world pays tribute to Bryan Habana after the Springboks legend announced his retirement from the game.

How '95 Rugby World Cup triumph turned Habana's destiny on its head

Bryan Habana told Tom Hamilton of the moment, when South Africa was oblivious to apartheid, that he decided he wanted to become one of rugby's greats.

Super Rugby

The 'truth' Folau doesn't want to hear

Rugby Australia's weak-kneed approach in not sanctioning Israel Folau won't see an enormous problem go away. Folau has deeply upset people- and his intentions must be questioned by continuing to comment on the issue, Greg Growden writes.

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Foley supports Folau despite beliefs

Waratahs vice captain Bernard Foley believes there is more to Israel Folau than his religious beliefs.

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Aviva Premiership

Te'o: I'll be a Worcester player next season

England centre Ben Te'o ended speculation linking him with a move away from Aviva Premiership side Worcester Warriors as he insisted he will be at Sixways next season.

Kingston set for Harlequins exit after 17 years

Director of rugby John Kingston will leave Harlequins at the end of the season by mutual agreement, the club have announced.

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