Gatland makes changes to Lions for second Test
British and Irish Lions head coach Warren Gatland has made three changes to the side that beat the Springboks in the opening test.
South Africa beef up pack for British & Irish Lions Test
South Africa have picked two new front-rowers and made another change in the pack for the second Test against the British & Irish Lions as the Springboks look for more forward power for Saturday's clash at the Cape Town Stadium.
Britain fight back to beat US, Argentina stun SA
Britain fought back superbly from 21 points down to beat the United States 26-21 on Tuesday and seal a semi-final meeting with New Zealand in the Olympic Rugby Sevens at the Tokyo Stadium.
2022 Super Rugby player transfers, signings
The player movement across the Super Rugby teams is continuing across both Australia and New Zealand. Stay across the latest contract news here.
Coles scores four tries as All Blacks put down physical Fiji
Hooker Dane Coles scored four tries, three off the back of the rolling maul, to help New Zealand see off a spirited Fiji side 57-23 in an entertaining test under the roof of the Otago Regional Stadium in Dunedin on Saturday.
'He sees through fluff': Friend lauds Coleman's Waratahs appointment
Darren Coleman made special mention of Andy Friend as one of his key mentors when officially signing on as Waratahs coach. Speaking exclusively to ESPN, Friend has now explained why he thinks Coleman will do such a good job at NSW.
Robertson signs new deal with Crusaders, NZR
Crusaders coach Scott Robertson has re-signed through to the end of 2024, ensuring he stays in New Zealand and remains the heir apparent to All Blacks coach Ian Foster.
Another All Blacks hammering likely, but Fiji hope brighter days lie ahead
The All Blacks last week thrashed Tonga 102-0. It's now Fiji's turn, who also seem destined for a heavy defeat. The two-Test series is however a step in the right direction, particularly if the Drua are confirmed for Super Rugby -- Liam Napier reports.
Waratahs down Reds to claim Super W title
The NSW Waratahs have been crowned Super W Champions for the fourth consecutive time after defeating the Queensland Reds 45-12 in Coffs Harbour.
'Earn your beer': Father's life lessons ring true for new Waratahs coach Coleman
Darren Coleman says he'll use the lessons instilled in him by his late father as he sets about turning around NSW Waratahs, the creed that you "earn your beer" set to ring true around the team that hit new depths of despair in 2021.
The two sides of Darren Coleman the Waratahs hope make him the right fit
Darren Coleman is both an "intense goal-driven" person on the paddock and someone prepared to reach out to everyone in a club just to "check in". That's how he took Gordon from last to first and why many are happy he finally has the Waratahs job.
Confirmed: Coleman inks three-year Waratahs deal
Darren Coleman will later this week be confirmed as the new coach of NSW Waratahs, the former two-time Shute Shield-winning boss set to take on the task of rebuilding the franchise following its worst ever season.
Marinos says Super Rugby decision near, but COVID has muddied the situation
There was positive news for Super Rugby's future over the weekend when the Australian Government announced financial support for Fiji, but uncertainty around the competition structure, and another COVID outbreak, have muddied the waters.
COVID forces Force's withdrawal from Super W
The growing COVID-19 situation across Australia has seen the Western Force withdraw from Super W effective immediately to ensure players and staff are able to return to families and fulfill employment obligations.
Blues end title drought in tight Super Rugby Trans-Tasman final
The Blues captured their first Super Rugby title in 18 years by beating the Highlanders 23-15 in an all-New Zealand final of this season's trans-Tasman tournament.
Swinton guilty, but cleared for Wallabies selection
Lachlan Swinton is free to face France next month after he was handed no further sanction for a red card in the Waratahs' 40-7 loss to the Chiefs last week.
Super W's success proves why it's so important to get fourth season underway
Four years since Super W first kicked off, the delayed tournament welcomes a sixth team and a new format as the competition continues to drive the growth of women's rugby across Australia.
Force continue raid on Brumbies' backline stocks
The Western Force's raid on the Brumbies' playing stocks has continued, with the Perth-based franchise snaring three more players on Tuesday.
Super Rugby Trans-Tasman: Recapping the Waratahs fiasco & more card confusion
Not one Australian side took home a victory in the final round as the Blues and Highlanders secured their place in the final. Meanwhile horrible referring took away from the spectacle on Friday and the Waratahs horror season finally came to a close.
Wallabies' Philip to use French lessons in Test series
Wallabies lock Matt Philip will be using every trick he learnt during his time playing with French Top 14 club Pau to secure his place in Australia's line-up against France in the opening Test match in Sydney next month.
Waratahs' horrors roll on to the finish, the next move lies with Rugby Australia
The NSW Waratahs' season from hell has at last come to an end, but just what is Rugby Australia's next move in terms of the Super Rugby structure for next season?
Chiefs consign Waratahs to winless season
The Chiefs have completed the NSW Waratahs' season from hell with a 35-7 Super Rugby Trans-Tasman beating in Sydney.
Blues beat Force to make Super Rugby final
The Blues have secured their place in the inaugural Super Rugby Trans-Tasman final with a 31-21 victory over the Western Force in Auckland.
Rebels crush Crusaders' finals hopes
Melbourne have spoiled the Crusaders' Super Rugby Trans-Tasman party despite going down 52-26 in their final round clash at Leichhardt Oval.
Power Rankings: The Highlanders' chilly challenge in Canberra
The Blues are so close to a home final they can touch it, but how will things pan out for the Crusaders and Highlanders this weekend? Our latest edition of Super Rugby Trans-Tasman Power Rankings has the good oil.
Not content with calling out Folau, All Black Weber staying equality course
Three years ago, Brad Weber took to Twitter to speak out against Israel Folau's anti-gay views. And the All Blacks scrum-half continues to stay the equality course today, revealing to ESPN the very personal reasons why he won't be silenced.
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