Rugby Championship back in COVID hotel bubble
Rugby Championship organisers have ordered players and staff to isolate in their hotels amid a COVID-19 outbreak in Brisbane.
Petaia eyes fullback but Test start looms on wing
While he's been earmarked as a long-term fullback option at Test level, Jordan Petaia is set to take advantage of the absence of star Wallabies winger Marika Koroibete.
Chiefs shuffle Gatland to director of rugby role
The Chiefs have announced a change in coaching structure for the inaugural Super Rugby Pacific season with Warren Gatland moving into a director of rugby role on his return from British & Irish Lions duty.
SANZAAR, RA apologise for Pumas photo 'error'
SANZAAR and Rugby Australia have apologised to Argentina for an "error" that led to a photo of the Rugby Championship captains, minus Pumas skipper Julian Montoya, being taken in Townsville last week.
Pumas coach Ledesma slams 'disrespectful' photo
Argentina coach Mario Ledesma has launched a scathing attack on his Rugby Championship colleagues, slamming a photo opportunity in Townsville that was without Pumas representation.
Wallabies make it three straight but 'ruthless streak' still a work in progress
The Wallabies have strung three wins together in the Rugby Championship for the first time in six years. But they were unable to find the "ruthless streak" against the Pumas that Michael Hooper demanded pre-match.
Late Barrett penalty sees All Blacks past Boks in 100th Test
The All Blacks were forced to grind hard before snatching a 19-17 victory over world champions South Africa in the 100th Test match between two of rugby's traditional powerhouses.
Rugby World Cup winner Thompson to donate brain for research
Rugby World Cup winner Steve Thompson, who was diagnosed with dementia aged 42, has pledged to donate his brain for research.
Rennie, Foster surprised by World Rugby contact plan
Wallabies coach Dave Rennie and All Blacks counterpart Ian Foster both say they were unaware of World Rugby's move to place a limit on the amount of full contact players are involved in at training.
World Rugby sets limits for contact, set-piece training
World Rugby has reinforced its commitment to improving player welfare with the introduction of guidelines for the amount of weekly contact and set-piece training.
The Bears made a big move to get a quarterback, while other teams still have issues to solve. Here's what's left on the offseason docket.
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