Injured Hogg out of Autumn Internationals
Stuart Hogg will miss Scotland's Autumn Internationals after being ruled out for 10-12 weeks due to an ankle injury.
Countdown on: RWC 2019 is rugby's coming of age
In exactly a year's time, World Rugby can say it has grown up. This time next year Japan will turn on one of the great Rugby World Cups, albeit eight years later than it should have, Greg Growden writes.
Way-too-early predictions for Rugby World Cup 2019
With one year to go until the Rugby World Cup kicks off in Japan, our writers take a look through each of the pools and decide where it will all be won and lost in 2019.
What to expect of Japan as host nation for Rugby World Cup 2019
With Asia's first Rugby World Cup on the horizon, the 12 host cities are preparing themselves for an estimated 400,000 visiting fans from across the world.
Tui withdrawn, uncapped duo join squad
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has turned to Angus Cottrell to help combat a sudden shortage of backrowers for their Rugby Championship tour of South Africa and Argentina.
Read rested from All Blacks' trip to Argentina
The All Blacks will be without a rested captain Kieran Read for their Rugby Championship Test against Argentina next week in Buenos Aires.
Injury blows for Springboks ahead of home Tests
The Springboks will head into their Rugby Championship home matches against the Wallabies and the All Blacks without the services of a number of key players.
Boks' win in NZ boost for World Cup - Jake White
EXCLUSIVE: Rugby World Cup-winning coach Jake White likes what he's seen from Rassie Erasmus, saying the Springboks coach is ticking the box of "winning games against big nations".
Snubbed before, Jake White would still consider Wallabies
World Cup-winning coach Jake White would consider any opportunity to coach a top-tier contender such as the Wallabies, but says he can't understand the crisis narrative currently emanating out of Australia.
Team of the Week: The Springboks make a comeback
Last week not a single Springbok made our team of the week following their defeat at the hands of the Wallabies in Brisbane. This week, however, there are South Africans sprinkled all over after their courageous victory over the All Blacks.
Rugby Australia will take no further action against fan
Rugby Australia will not take any action against a fan that was involved in a physical altercation with Wallabies flanker Lukhan Tui following their loss 23-19 loss to the Pumas on Saturday night.
Rebooted: Beale fly-half experiment must end immediately
How did the Springboks manage to beat the All Blacks with just 25 percent possession? Surely the Wallabies' experiment with Kurtley Beale at No.10 is at an end? Meanwhile, Mario Ledesma is in the same sweet spot Michael Cheika occupied in 2015.
Wallabies need new blood, new ideas and a new coach - Growden
As the Wallabies slip to a demoralising seventh in the world rankings, the need for a change in direction has never been clearer. These lost Wallabies souls need revitalising, the time to act is now -- Greg Growden writes.
Ledesma: Cheika will bring Wallabies success
Argentina coach Mario Ledesma is certain his former boss Michael Cheika is the right man to steer the Wallabies forward, insisting his methods will soon bear fruit.
Wallabies fans right to be angry: Cheika
Talk is cheap and Wallabies coach Michael Cheika knows the only way to placate an increasingly agitated Australian rugby fanbase, after letting them down once again, is through actions on the field.
Tui unlikely for Wallabies spring tour
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika doesn't expect Lukhan Tui will join the team for their Rugby Championship tour after indicating his desire to sit out the remainder of the season.
Folau blunder 'irrelevant' says Cheika
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika admits Israel Folau squandered an easy chance to seal victory over Argentina in their Rugby Championship clash.
Dyantyi, De Klerk top of the Springboks' pops
KweséESPN looks at how the Springboks rated individually following their shock Rugby Championship win over the All Blacks in Wellington.
Springboks 'played particularly well'
A 36-34 loss to South Africa was 'disappointing', All Blacks coach Steve Hansen said, but the lessons from Saturday's game would stand his team in good stead as they looked ahead to next year's Rugby World Cup.
Erasmus: Boks' planning back on track
South Africa coach Rassie Erasmus had exaggeratedly suggested he could be looking for a new job if his side had lost to the All Blacks on Saturday, instead a 36-34 win showed his team were moving the right way towards next year's Rugby World Cup.
Springboks mix fire with a dash of panache
KweséESPN looks at five takeaways from the Springboks' stunning win over the All Blacks in their Rugby Championship match in Wellington.
Wallabies players caught up in supporter scuffle
Wallabies players were involved in an ugly push-and-shove with fans as tensions flared after Saturday night's 23-19 defeat by Argentina.
Pumas outlast Wallabies for drought-breaking win
Australia have slumped to their first home loss to Argentina in 35 years, falling 23-19 in Saturday night's Rugby Championship Test.
Dyantyi grabs two as Springboks upset All Blacks
Winger Aphiwe Dyantyi scored two tries as the Springboks upset the form book to record a 36-34 victory over New Zealand in their Rugby Championship clash at Wellington Regional Stadium on Saturday.
World Cup still goal for Springboks - Kolisi
Springboks captain Siya Kolisi did little to ease any fears that his side can arrest their slide in the Rugby Championship ahead of their clash with the All Blacks on Saturday.