Monday, May 15, 2017

Sarries claim back-to-back European titles after beating Clermont in Cup Final

Saracens won the European Champions Cup for the second successive season after a hard-fought victory against ASM Clermont Auvergne at Murrayfield on Saturday. MORE »

South Africa are World Sevens Series champions after tournament win in Paris

South Africa's Sevens team have won the Paris 7s title, with it claiming the overall HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series title at the same time. The Blitzboks beat Scotland 15-5 in a tense Cup Final at the Stade Jean Bouin on Sunday evening. MORE »

Stade Français end season on a high with European Challenge Cup title

Stade Français claimed their first ever European trophy on Friday night, by beating Gloucester 28-21 in the Challenge Cup final at Murrayfield. MORE »

Friday, May 12, 2017

Super Rugby 2017 - Round 12 Highlights

Round 12 of Super Rugby is underway, with two matches having been played today in New Zealand and Australia respectively. We will get all the match highlights posted up here by the end of the round. MORE »

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Greig Laidlaw talks about Lions call-up following Ben Youngs withdrawal

After initially missing out on selection, Scotland scrum-half Greig Laidlaw has been called up to join the British and Irish Lions squad, following the unfortunate withdrawal of England's Ben Youngs at the weekend. MORE »

Residency laws changed as 'Project Players' may be a thing of the past

Yesterday's Rugby World Cup Pool Draw in Japan slightly overshadowed the big news that World Rugby has changed the laws regarding players' eligibility for other countries. The ruling changes from 3 years to 5 years, however, this only takes effect in 2020. MORE »

LIVE STREAM: Rugby World Cup 2019 Pool Draw from Japan

The pool draw for Rugby World Cup 2019 takes place in Kyoto, Japan. Follow the draw in the live video above, as teams get to see where they are placed for the next world cup. MORE »

Tuesday, May 09, 2017

Mass brawl spills into tunnel as match gets abandoned in France

This mass brawl took place in France's Federal 2 division clash between Châteaurenard and Vienne a few days back. After it took a long time to calm the players down, the match had to be called off. Even then, referees and officials were not safe as some were attacked when leaving the field. MORE »

Monday, May 08, 2017

Ruan Pienaar bids tearful farewell to Ulster after seven years in Belfast

In what was his last game in an Ulster uniform, this past weekend South African Ruan Pienaar tearfully bid farewell and reflected on his time with the club and what the past seven years of rugby in Ireland has meant to his family. MORE »

British & Irish Lions come together for kit stash and team photo

The British & Irish Lions squad got together in London for the first time today to pick up all their kit, pose for the team photograph and chat to coach Warren Gatland. He said that the 41-man squad, aside from the already known injuries, are fit and raring to go. MORE »

Friday, May 05, 2017

Jordie Barrett steals the ball to score freakish try against the Stormers

If you've been living under a rock in recent times you may not have heard of Jordie Barrett, the younger yet significantly lankier version of superstar, Beauden Barrett. Today they were both on top form for the Hurricanes - again - and Jordie scored this incredible try. MORE »

Super Rugby 2017 - Round 11 Highlights

The Hurricanes hosted the Stormers on Friday in what was a fascinating contest that was at one point 22-22, before the hosts' class got them through for a convincing win in the end. Tonight the Super Rugby action continues, before a full day tomorrow. MORE »

Thursday, May 04, 2017

Sam Whitelock forearm 'strike' in retaliation gets him two week ban

Earlier this week Crusaders second rower Sam Whitelock was suspended for 2 weeks, following a SANZAAR Judicial Committee Hearing that ruled that he had contravened Law 10.4(a) Striking another Player with the arm, after he was cited during a Super Rugby match at the weekend. MORE »

Wednesday, May 03, 2017

Outrageous Moments in Rugby History: Matt Burke relives a 96-19 thrashing

In this Outrageous Moments in Rugby History segment, Sean Maloney looks back on a disastrous night for the Waratahs, when they were truly demolished 96-19 by the Crusaders. Matt Burke, playing for the Tahs, recalls the infamous night of horror in this amusing short clip. MORE »

Tuesday, May 02, 2017

Worcester Warriors prop Val Rapava Ruskin cited for referee push

Worcester Warriors prop Val Rapava Ruskin will appear before a RFU Discplinary panel tomorrow following this push he made on referee Greg Garner during the Aviva Premiership match against Newcastle Falcons at the weekend. MORE »