10 years on: France stun All Blacks in Cardiff
France secured their place in the Rugby World Cup semifinals on this day in 2007 with a dramatic 20-18 victory. It would prove to be New Zealand's last defeat at the tournament to date.
France find extra £30m for World Cup bid
France's bid to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup is to include a £150 million fee to World Rugby, £30m more than the amount required
England could skip 6N opener - report
England and France could skip the opening round of the Six Nations from 2020, according to a report in The Times.
FFR boss Laporte meets investigators
French Rugby Federation (FFR) president Bernard Laporte was due to meet government-appointed investigators Thursday to explain his role in a potential conflict-of-interests scandal that has rocked the Gallic game.
Investigation ordered into Laporte
France's sports minister has ordered an investigation into allegations of favouritism against FFR president Bernard Laporte that have now prompted six members of union's influential appeals board to resign and rocked the corridors of French rugby power.
Laporte rejects demands to resign
French rugby president Bernard Laporte has rejected demands for his resignation, despite being mired in a potential conflict of interests scandal that has prompted five members of the FFR's Appeals Board to quit.
Fearns open to France call up
Carl Fearns is targeting a place in the France squad after being told by Eddie Jones that he would not last 15 minutes in a Test match.
WRWC: England, NZ cruise into semis
Defending champions England joined New Zealand in the semifinals of the Women's Rugby World Cup with a 47-26 defeat of the United States in Dublin.
Women's RWC: Pool stage permutations
The Women's Rugby World Cup is heading into the final pool stage games on Thursday, but what does each team need to do to make the last four?
Can anyone upset England or NZ at WRWC?
The Women's Rugby World Cup is set for a dramatic pool stage finale on Thursday as six teams battle it out for four semifinal spots. New Zealand and England are red-hot favourites to progress.
Law changes should provide speedier, simpler rugby - Dowd
World Rugby should be applauded for its looming law changes with the amendments set to simplify and speed up the game, which is a huge positive for referees and fans alike -- Craig Dowd writes.
Law amendments set to shake up breakdown contest
The ability of openside 'fetchers' to dominate the breakdown could be a thing of the past, after World Rugby rubberstamped three new amendments as part of an overhaul to the game's laws set to commence next month.
Laporte backs Guy Noves after series defeat
French rugby president Bernard Laporte has backed Guy Noves to remain as coach of the national team despite falling to a 3-0 series defeat to the Springboks in South Africa.
Whiteley wary of unpredictable French
The French are unpredictable at the best of times, but probably more so going into a dead rubber.
Dreyer to debut among four Bok changes
Hardworking prop Ruan Dreyer will make his debut for the Springboks on Saturday in the final Test against France in Johannesburg, while experienced scrumhalf Francois Hougaard and outside centre Jesse Kriel both return to the starting XV.
Noves changes three for final Test against Boks
France coach Guy Noves has made three changes to his backline but kept his forward pack intact for the third and final Test against South Africa at Ellis Park on Saturday.
French admit to doubts after heavy losses
Centre Gaël Fickou admits doubt has crept into the French ranks after conceding close to 40 points in two successive matches against South Africa.
"Angry" Noves rued French mistakes in Bok loss
French coach Guy Novès is angry about mistakes made by his side in Saturday's second Test defeat to South Africa in Durban, but also admitted a "discrepancy in class" between the two sides.
France reprimanded in HIA row
The French rugby federation has been reprimanded for failing to follow head injury assessment (HIA) protocols during the conclusion to March's RBS 6 Nations win over Wales in Paris.
France ring the changes for Durban Test
France head coach Guy Novès has made eight changes to his starting side to face South Africa in the second Test of their June series with captain Guilhem Guirado returning at hooker.
Serin says France determined to bounce back
Scrumhalf Baptiste Serin says France are determined to show their critics a "different face" after being accused of playing a "rotten" match in the first Test against South Africa last week.
U20 World Championship: All set for seismic semis
With a mouth-watering semifinal against South Africa in prospect, England know they are just two games away from making history at the World Rugby U20 Championship.
Kriel blow for Springboks
There is mixed injury news from the South African camp ahead of the second Test against France in Durban on Saturday.
Boks banking on Loftus magic
South Africa will host France at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria in the first test on Saturday, a venue that even through times of trouble has provided them with home comforts.
Late arrivals hamper French build-up in South Africa
France's preparation for their upcoming test against South Africa leaves much to be desired, with coach Guy Noves only joining the squad on Tuesday.
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