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The latest trend, moving world class wings to centre, has also taken hold of the Stormers - with 2007 World Cup-winner Bryan Habana making the big move.
The signs of spring are sprouting up around the U.S. and while many of the rugby pitches remain a chilly place the coming season is around the corner. And Rugby Rugby’s Richard Anderson looks at the U.S. game and gives his thoughts on a better system for the Rugby Super League, D1 and college game.
Two prominent Old Kingswoodian are deservedly making headlines! Both have been picked to play in the Six Nations championships this weekend.
Players to look out for in Six Nations which gets under way on February 4.
In terms of 'rugby reasons', Heyneke Meyer was the best choice as new Bok coach, but we all know there is more to the job in a unique country like South Africa. So, with that in mind, what are Meyer's 'transformation' credentials?
Heyneke Meyer will be the new Springbok coach, after a special general meeting of the South African Rugby Union ratified his proposed appointment in Cape Town on Friday.
It has finally happened. The most decorated coach in the country, Bulls supremo Heyneke Meyer, has been unveiled as the latest Springbok coach.
Heyneke Meyer was today unveiled as the new Springbok coach. We take a look at the man who has inherited South African rugby's toughest job, a man with an impressive rugby CV and a pretty impressive character too.
It seems to be the worst-kept secret in South Africa - the fact that Heyneke Meyer is set to be named the new Springbok coach on Friday. But, the big question is: Are we jumping the gun ... again?
The Rugby Rugby team love to have a laugh or two and we will continue to call on our readers to help us out with captions for five of our favourite pictures from the week.
With exactly one week to go before the announcement of the new Springbok coach, the lunacy seems to be continuing at SARU as the quest for this appointment approaches farcical proportions.
The overloaded 2012 rugby season is set to put considerable strain on the top players, which means that the management of their physical condition will be vital to surviving the gruelling workload.
USA Rugby is in the process of finding a new coach and Rugby Rugby’s Richard Anderson believes the future coach needs to have strong ties to the U.S. and understand the intricacies of the U.S. game and be committed to staying at the helm for four, or even eight, years to help develop the next generation of Eagles.
Springboks Ray Mordt and Rob Louw made the tough decision to switch to rugby league in the late 1980s and joined English powerhouse Wigan. Were they simply ahead of their time, or are any 'code-switchers' simply on a hiding to nothing? Timmy Hancox found out more.
Rugby union has made no secret of poaching some ideas from their rugby league cousins over the past few years, but how much have we really learnt from the 13-man code?
Gilbert has released a new line of rugby cleats. The Gilbert Virtuo 8S is part of the exciting new product. Check it out.
The entire All Blacks apparel line has been updated for 2013/14. Check out the New Zealand All Blacks polo.
The Nike Tiempo is a solid rugby cleat and one of few styles still made from full-grain natural leather.
The Gilbert Blitz 8S rugby cleat is a great cleat at a great price of $69.99. Get a new pair of cleats today.
A cool looking all black rugby cleat with the high performance adidas is known for. Get in the Gear!
Wear the crest of the British and Irish Lions on your t-shirt. A great look for the summer.
The All Blacks Performance t-shirt is black with hints of blue from the training jersey. Very Cool.
The New Zealand All Blacks training jersey for 2013/14. Get in the Gear!
The USA Rugby Pro Alternate rugby jersey is perfect for any fan of the Eagles. Get yours to wear during the summer Test matches.
The NEW All Blacks 2013/14 jersey has arrived at World Rugby Shop. Dare to wear the colors of the All Blacks.