The Berkeley All-Blues and Belmont Shore were anointed champions at San Francisco Golden Gate today after winning the Emirates Airline USA Rugby Men's and Women's Club Sevens Championships. Berkeley took out the Boston Belles 34-0 in the final and Belmont Shore beat Schyulkill River 37-14 to reclaim their sevens crown.
The Tri-Nations moves to Durban for Round 3 and an ever-growing band of officials, some of whom are given here. There are also matches warming up for the World Cup. Jonathan Kaplan was to have refereed Wales-England at Millennium Stadium but he is recovering from injury and his place is taken by Alain Rolland.
England manager Martin Johnson believes Lewis Moody is still on course to play at next month's World Cup in New Zealand despite suffering a knee injury last weekend.
All Black trio Isaia Toeava, Israel Dagg and Richard Kahui will travel to South Africa to put their case for selection in the World Cup squad.
Sharks coach John Plumtree says that he has never felt pressure to load his team with players of colour, and warned that fast-tracking can harm the development of promising young players.
Springbok coach Peter de Villiers is delighted to once again have Heinrich Brussow available for selection amide a loose forward crisis at the Springboks.
Sharks coach John Plumtree and new Blue Bulls signing Jano Vermaak received the Currie Cup Coach and Player of the Month awards at Kings Park in Durban.
England manager Martin Johnson is confident Lewis Moody's knee injury will not prove serious enough to rule him out of the Rugby World Cup.
Brian O'Driscoll is eager to be thrust into Ireland's preparations for the Rugby World Cup after declaring himself fit.
As of October 2011, Alan Zondagh's highly-acclaimed Rugby Performance Centre (RPC) will become a private training campus for rugby and sports groups.
Former Wallabies coach Eddie Jones has expressed his bemusement regarding the Springboks' axing of Sharks playmaker Pat Lambie.
Loose forwards Ashley Johnson and Ryan Kankowski have been added to the Springbok squad to cover for a number of injury concerns among back row forwards.
Morgan Stoddart has undergone surgery on the broken left leg he suffered during Wales' opening World Cup warm-up Test against England.
The Unbeaten Lions are making all the noise in the Currie Cup so far this season and are dominant in the Team of the Week after their triumph over the Blue Bulls.
Wallabies coach Robbie Deans has admitted that he still has a couple of key selection decisions to make before he names his World Cup squad and revealed that form in the Tri-Nations will be crucial.