Australia coach Robbie Deans admits he has been impressed by James O'Connor's response to his much-publicised suspension.
Saracens' entire coaching team have agreed new three-year deals to remain at the Aviva Premiership champions.
Following their spirited 28-20 defeat to the Blue Bulls the Leopards go in search of a victory against the Cheetahs in Potchefstroom on Saturday.
Consultant attack and skills coach Paul Turner believes a return to the glory days is just around the corner for Wasps.
Blues lock Kurtis Haiu was discharged without conviction for assault charges.
All Black legend Jonah Lomu was confirmed as one of several rugby and league players who will be involved in a charity boxing event in Auckland on December 3.
Australia will return to playing Test matches at the Sydney Football Stadium after the ARU announced a new 10-year agreement on Tuesday.
Martin Johnson says he would accept a one-point victory in England's World Cup opener against Argentina just as long as his side win the game.
Rugby Tests matches will return to the Sydney Football Stadium for the first time since 1998 after a new deal was signed on Tuesday.
The phony battles ahead of the World Cup are over and the psychological war has begun after back-to-back losses by the All Blacks in a top-three upheaval blurred the tournament landscape.
England manager Martin Johnson has insisted he has no need to restrict players' access to their families or instigate an alcohol ban during the forthcoming World Cup in New Zealand.
rugby365.com columnist Grant Ball feels SARU's decision to promote ill-disciplined SK Walmers to the National Club Championships is a disgrace.
We have combined with Pearson to give away three free copies of Play Rugby - the official SARU guide to SA Rugby.
South African coach Peter de Villiers said Monday that hosts New Zealand remain 2011 World Cup favourites, despite suffering two consecutive Tri-Nations defeats this month.
England's Rugby World Cup campaign gets started on September 10 and the talk heading into the game is not on their opponent, the Pumas, Martin Johnson's side but rather on their new jerseys.