Fagerson, Watson out of Lions' Japan clash
Scotland's Zander Fagerson and Hamish Watson have been ruled out of the British & Irish Lions lineup to face Japan on Saturday due to injury.
Rennie: 'Don't understand' gripes against red-card trial
Wallabies coach Dave Rennie is disappointed the red-card replacement trial will not be adopted in international rugby, saying he "can't understand" the northern hemisphere's resistance to it.
SA hopeful over Vermeulen fitness for Lions tour
South Africa have said they are hopeful Duane Vermeulen will be fit enough to join the British & Irish Lions series, as assistant coach Deon Davids suggested on Wednesday the No. 8 was a "couple of weeks" away from joining the squad.
Warren Gatland names Lions team to face Japan
Warren Gatland has named his first British & Irish Lions team for the 2021 tour with Alun Wyn Jones captaining the side against Japan on Saturday.
Tuilagi withdraws from U.S test due to injury
Sale Sharks centre Manu Tuilagi has withdrawn from the England squad for the summer series against the United States and Canada due to injury, the Rugby Football Union (RFU) said on Tuesday.
A muddled midfield? Key takeaways from the first All Blacks squad of 2021
Few major gripes or grumbles can be found with Ian Foster's first All Blacks squad of the year that sprinkles the old with the new and welcomes back several headline figures, Liam Napier writes.
Youngs to take ref course after official abuse
Leicester Tigers hooker Tom Youngs must undergo a refereeing course and officiate in two community age grade games after he was charged with disrespecting the authority of the match official, England's rugby union (RFU) said on Monday.
'It's bizarre': Ireland men secure first Sevens Olympic berth
The Ireland men's rugby sevens team secured their maiden Olympic berth after beating France 28-19 in the final qualifier on Sunday.
Saracens beat Ealing for Premiership return
Saracens returned to the top flight with a dominant 57-15 victory over Ealing Trailfinders in the second leg of the second-tier Championship playoff final on Sunday.
Hooper: Wallabies should explore more sabbaticals
Wallabies captain Michael Hooper says time will tell whether his six-month stint in Japan was a personal success, but admits player sabbaticals are worth exploring in greater number as Rugby Australia fights to retain its best players.
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