Women's Six Nations to resume on Oct. 25
Both the men's and women's competitions were suspended in March, with four matches in the men's event still to be completed and six in the women's.
Sale edge past Quins to win Premiership Cup
A try and penalty late on from South African brothers Dan du Preez and Robert du Preez put Sale ahead, with back row Faf de Klerk sealing the winner to deny Harlequins.
South Africa's Southern Kings placed into liquidation
Southern Kings have debts of R55 million ($3.37 million) and no chance of generating any income this year.
Saracens, Leicester, Exeter progress into Champions Cup semis
Gallagher Premiership clubs Saracens, Leicester Tigers and Exeter Chiefs progressed into the Champions Cup semifinals over the weekend.
Wallabies appoint England's Parling as forwards coach
Australia's new coach Dave Rennie has appointed former England lock Geoff Parling as his forwards coach for his first season in charge, Rugby Australia said on Friday.
Rugby official suspected of shooting player
Ramaz Kharazishvili, 32, the former captain of the Georgian national Sevens team, underwent surgery and his life is not in danger, doctors said.
De Jager adds to Springboks' injury woes
South Africa second-row Lood de Jager has been ruled out for up to six months with a recurrence of the shoulder injury that forced him out of last year's Rugby World Cup final.
Springbok Showdown to kickstart South Africa's season
South Africa's domestic rugby season will finally kick into full gear when a seven-team competition starts on Oct. 10, ending a seven-month hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ardern moves to thaw rising Bledisloe tensions
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has moved to end the Bledisloe Cup stand-off by relaxing the country's quarantine restrictions for the Wallabies.
Boks star Pollard out of Rugby Championship
South Africa fly-half Handre Pollard faces "several months" on the sidelines after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligaments while playing for French Top14 side Montpellier on Friday.
Nicolas Chauvin's death altered the laws of rugby, but father Philippe cannot rest. "The final thing at my door today is that Nicolas did not die for nothing."
On the eve of the Rugby World Cup, Tom Hamilton assesses how far the game has come and how far it still has to go in its understanding of the most prevalent -- and damaging -- injury in rugby.
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