Wallabies centre Len Ikitau has committed through to the next Rugby World Cup after signing two-year contract extension.
The African qualifiers for the 2023 Rugby World Cup will be staged as a knockout tournament in France next year, organisers said on Monday.
Springboks hooker Bongi Mbonambi says South Africa have pinpointed where they fell short in the demoralising 30-17 defeat by Australia this past weekend.
Sean McMahon isn't sure just how Rugby Australia should tweak its Giteau Law, but nearing a first Test in four years he says his time in Japan has helped extend his career after a brutal start to professional rugby.
The Wallabies want to have the country behind them. After Saturday night's win resounding win over the Springboks they are well on the path to doing so. However, they are only at 4-4 for the season, it's what they do now that really counts.
Rugby Australia has released a statement following the arrest of a senior executive on alleged child pornography charges.
Level-headed, fierce and resilient, three words that could easily be inscribed in stone beside Michael Hooper's name, his teammates lifted to his level and had fans dreaming again as they defeated the Springboks 30-17 in Brisbane.
New Zealand snatched South Africa's world number one ranking and placed one hand on the Rugby Championship trophy after subjecting Argentina to a second successive thrashing in Brisbane on Saturday.
Taniela Tupou showed his many talents as the Wallabies overcame a lopsided penalty count and another controversial yellow card to beat world champions South Africa for a second-straight weekend.
Rugby will be dead in five years if more teams copy South Africa's approach to the game, England's World Cup-winning coach Clive Woodward said.
Can the Wallabies diffuse the Springboks maul? Do the Boks have anything else to attack with? And what impact will some "clips" sent to World Rugby have on this week's referee? Here are your talking points for the Wallabies-Springboks rematch.
The Wallabies have locked in a date to play Japan in Oita next month, where they could come up against a name etched in Australian rugby history.
Jay Tregonning isn't waiting around to make an impression as the new Wallaroos head coach, already planning and envisioning a triumphant future for his team under a year out from the 2021 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand.
Australian rugby has long been concerned by the amount of players heading for Japan. But that mindset is slowing shifting, and the recent performances of some returning Wallabies prove a move away won't always spell bad news -- Sam Bruce writes.
Damian McKenzie will make his first Test start at fly-half for three years against Argentina in Brisbane on Saturday after All Blacks coach Ian Foster completely overhauled his team for their fourth Rugby Championship clash.
Nic White will make his first Wallabies start for the year after he was promoted ahead of Tate McDermott for the second Test against the Springboks on Saturday.
Sale Sharks director of rugby Alex Sanderson has urged players to get vaccinated as Premiership Rugby introduced relaxed rules for teams with high coronavirus vaccination rates.
South Africa will be without key lock Lood de Jager for the second Rugby Championship Test with Australia in Brisbane on Saturday.
Disruption isn't always bad, especially when it comes to the old guard that largely continues to govern the rugby world. But is shoehorning in another format, this time the World 12s, really an answer to the game's issues?
Aaron Smith has played his last game for New Zealand in the Rugby Championship this year, with the scrum-half to remain in New Zealand for the birth of his second child.
England's Rugby Football Union (RFU) has set its sights on hosting the 2031 World Cup, chairman Tom Ilube told British media on Tuesday.
World Rugby (WR) chief executive Alan Gilpin has said that organisation "will continue to consider" staging the Rugby World Cup every two years instead of every four.