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Australia

Cheika confirms Wallaby talks

Australian media are reporting that Waratahs coach Michael Cheika has accepted an ARU's offer to coach the Wallabies.
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Strettle questions Eng wing selection

David Strettle has queried whether England are going about selecting their wings in the right way ahead of squad announcment.

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Laporte rules out Armitage move

Toulon head coach Bernard Laporte has ruled out a move by England flank Steffon Armitage to English Premiership side Bath.

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Tameifuna snubs All Blacks

Chiefs prop Ben Tameifuna's dream of representing New Zealand is all but over after he made his intention clear to play for Tonga.

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Gatland fires warning shot

Wales coach Warren Gatland fired an early shot at the All Blacks' World Cup defence, suggesting the New Zealanders may be hampered by their weak pool.

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Armitage in Eng World Cup frame?

Steffon Armitage has been linked with a shock move back to England in order to play in next year's World Cup after looking like he may play for France.
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ARU rubbish Cheika rumours

The Australian Rugby Union is rejecting reports it is preparing to replace Ewen McKenzie as Wallabies coach.
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AAC to leave Wallabies after RWC

Adam Ashley-Cooper will leave the Australian Rugby Union after next year's World Cup to play club rugby in Europe
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RWC: Uruguay win last spot

Uruguay became the 20th and last team to qualify for the 2015  World Cup in England when they beat Russia 36-27.

RWC Preview: Uruguay v Russia

Uruguay host Russia in the final qualifier for the 2015 World Cup on Saturday, with the winners to be parachuted into the toughest pool.

Bok loss just a 'blip' for All Blacks

New Zealand media dismissed the All Blacks' loss to South Africa as a "minor blip", which confirmed the Boks will be their major threat at the World Cup.

England coaching job for Wilko?

Jonny Wilkinson admits he is willing to lend his expertise to England's World Cup challenge as he moves into coaching.

Carter injured...again

All Blacks flyhalf Dan Carter has, one again, returned to the sidelines after bruising his calf during a provincial match for Canterbury.

Lancaster not totally safe until 2020

England coach Stuart Lancaster's record six-year contract extension will be reviewed after next year's World Cup on home soil.

England retain coaches until 2020

The Rugby Football Union have decided to retain Stuart Lancaster as the Head Coach of England and have extended his contract until 2020.

Jake White leaves the Sharks

Jake White has stepped down as Director of rugby at the Sharks as he goes in search of an international opportunity.

Boks digging deep for World Cup

Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer says he is happy with the depth they have built ahead of the World Cup next year.

Carter relaunches World Cup bid

All Black flyhalf Dan Carter launched his latest comeback aimed at making next year's World Cup, playing 40 minutes in a provincial NPC match.