World Rugby announce simplified law book
World Rugby have announced they will release a new, more simplified law book from January 1, 2018 designed to make the laws easier to understand.
End-of-year Tests: Team-by-team review
The end-of-year Tests offered international coaches the chance to experiment but what did we learn? Our experts have their say.
Sending off never clouded Meads' greatness
It is 50 years since the late, great Colin Meads became only the second All Black to be sent off in a Test match.
Aussie women run rampant in Dubai win
Australia have got their 2017/18 women's sevens campaign off to a flying start, winning the series opener after thrashing the United States 34-0 in Dubai.
Ian Kirkpatrick: Prolific All Black back row
Ian Kirkpatrick, one of the most prolific back rows to ever play the game, made his All Blacks debut half a century ago.
Test review: Player of the week, flop & more
The All Blacks, England and Ireland rounded off a perfect autumn international period, while Australian and French woes continued with lacklustre performances.But who caught the eye and who had a weekend to forget?
Wallabies return to Gold Coast in 2018
The Wallabies will open their 2018 Rugby Championship home campaign in Sydney in August against New Zealand, followed by two Tests in Queensland.
Beauden Barrett named World Rugby Player of the Year
New Zealand All Blacks star becomes only the second player, after Richie McCaw, to win the award in two successive years.
Woodward: England-New Zealand '50-50'
Sir Clive Woodward believes Eddie Jones' England side are on a par with reigning world champions New Zealand.
'Phenomenal' Ioane is just getting started
"Phenomenal" and a player who "could go anywhere". Steve Hansen was magnanimous in his praise for Rieko Ioane after the All Blacks winger tied Wales' defence in knots.
November Tests: Who said what
Catch up on what was said following another busy Saturday of Test match action
Carter confirms Japanese switch
All Blacks legend Dan Carter has confirmed he will leave Racing 92 to join Japanese side Kobe Steelers at the end of the season.
Wales' wait goes on against clinical All Blacks
The drought goes on. Valiant, as always, but ultimately Wales lacked composure at key moments and were made to pay in the second half as the All Blacks handed down a lesson in finishing.
Family history not on Whitelock's side in Cardiff
Sam Whitelock will captain the All Blacks in Cardiff Saturday hoping to avoid the fate of his grandfather, who was in the team when New Zealand last lost to Wales 64 years ago.
Weekend predictions: November Tests
The end-of-year internationals return once again but who is set for a big Saturday night, which player will shine and who has a long weekend ahead?
'It's about being positive and not afraid'
"When you're afraid you start second guessing yourself." All Blacks fullback Damian McKenzie on risk versus reward, his remarkable year and the transition from fullback to fly-half.
Hansen downplays Wales vs. All Blacks history
New Zealand head coach Steve Hansen has played down any significance of history ahead of the All Blacks meeting with Wales on Saturday in a fixture they haven't lost since 1953.
Read ruled out of All Blacks trip to Cardiff
Sam Whitelock will captain New Zealand against Wales in Cardiff after Kieran Read was ruled out through injury.
Owens: Wales can't afford to switch off
Ken Owens says that Wales will need to be "alive for 80 minutes" when they tackle world champions New Zealand on Saturday.
Communication key as Pivac thrives with Scarlets
"There were some players that wanted me out." Scarlets boss Wayne Pivac tells ESPN about the early struggles behind his success in West Wales.
All Blacks concern over Read, Savea
All Blacks head coach Steve Hansen has two fitness concerns ahead of New Zealand's clash with Wales in Cardiff after Kieran Read and Ardie Savea both sat out training Tuesday.
McFarland blasts 'cynical' Read
Scotland assistant coach Dan McFarland has criticised All Blacks captain Kieran Read for his "cynical" intervention during Saturday's 22-17 defeat at Murrayfield.
Test review: Player of the week, flop & more
Scotland came within a whisker of a famous win over New Zealand, while England outlasted Australia and Wales stuttered against Georgia, but who caught the eye and who had a weekend to forget?
Shields jumps ship to Wasps, potentially England
Hurricanes back-rower Brad Shields has confirmed the worst kept secret in New Zealand rugby, announcing his move to Wasps and, down the track, a potential Test call-up with England.
Williams faces battle to be fit for New Zealand
Star back Liam Williams could be a fitness concern for Wales ahead of next Saturday's clash against world champions New Zealand
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