Rugby

Canada beats England 7-5 to win Kitakyushu Sevens rugby

Apr 21, 2019

Canada defeated England 7-5 to win the Kitakyushu Sevens title on Sunday in the lowest scoring final in World Rugby Women's Sevens Series history

Vunipola warned by Saracens over social-media post

Apr 15, 2019

England No. 8 Billy Vunipola was formally warned about his future conduct by his club side Saracens after defending an anti-gay post published on Instagram by Australia rugby star Israel Folau

Fiji wins record 5th straight Hong Kong Sevens

Apr 7, 2019

Fiji won a record fifth Hong Kong Sevens rugby trophy at Hong Kong stadium on Sunday, beating France 21-7 in the final

England winger Norton sets try record at Hong Kong Sevens

Apr 5, 2019

England winger Dan Norton became the leading try scorer in the history of the Hong Kong Sevens, helping his team beat Wales 36-19 at the format's most storied competition

Cheika: Wallabies will be ready when it counts at World Cup

Apr 3, 2019

Under pressure after a series of losses, Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has vowed his Australia team can turn things around before this year's Rugby World Cup in Japan

Qualifiers kick off in June for Olympic rugby 7s in Tokyo

Apr 2, 2019

Continental qualifiers for the rugby sevens competition at the Tokyo Olympics will kick off in June

Six Nations have 'huge concerns' over proposed global league

Mar 26, 2019

Concerns about the financial impact of relegation could lead to Europe's top rugby countries rejecting proposals for a new World Rugby Nations Championship

How are the 6Nations teams shaping for the Rugby World Cup?

Mar 17, 2019

Wales, and not Ireland, will lead the northern hemisphere's attempt to break the southern hemisphere's dominance at the Rugby World Cup in Japan this year after sweeping the Six Nations

The Latest: Russell "gutted" despite incredible Scots rally

Mar 16, 2019

Scotland flyhalf Finn Russell says he is "gutted" after his team narrowly failed to complete the greatest comeback in a rugby international

6N: England scores late try to draw 38-38 against Scotland

Mar 16, 2019

England replacement George Ford scored a converted try in the third minute of injury time to secure a 38-38 draw against Scotland in the Six Nations and prevent the visitors completing the greatest comeback in the history of international rugby

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