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Another Lions tour for Gatland?

Warren Gatland's time as coach of Wales may be winding down towards the end of the Rugby World Cup later in the year but he could be a chance of coaching the British & Irish Lions again.
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All Blacks in race to reclaim 'unbeatable aura'

A serious challenge awaits the All Blacks in 2019 if they are to restore their 'unbeatable aura' in time for the Rugby World Cup in Japan.
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Rennie's Glasgow still in with Cup change

Dave Rennie's Glasgow Warriors kept their hopes of a European Champions Cup quarterfinal place alive when beating Cardiff Blues 33-24.
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Proctor to join former coach in England

One-Test All Black Matt Proctor will sever his ties with New Zealand rugby and the Hurricanes to join Northampton in England's Premiership at the end of the Investec Super Rugby season.
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Sexton eyes more honours

Not satisfied with being named World Rugby's player of the year once, Ireland first five-eighths Johnny Sexton will be looking for the honour again his Test captain Rory Best believes.
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Kolisi happier now with the weight of captaincy

New Springbok captain Siya Kolisi has been learning that his new role carries extra weight and it is something he feels has impacted his game.
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Australia holding first World Cup camp

Australia have rung in the new rugby year by starting their first World Cup camp in Sydney this week.
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McNicholl's future up in the air

Former Crusader Johnny McNicholl's rugby future is up in the air and could cost him the chance of a place in Test rugby.
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Springbok great Johan Claassen dies

South African rugby player, captain, coach, administrator and manager of the Springboks on the 1981 tour of New Zealand Johan Claassen has died aged 89.
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Tough week for Kiwis in Europe

It was a rough weekend for New Zealanders in northern hemisphere rugby.
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Wales can fly high - Gareth Edwards

Welsh rugby legend and one of the greatest halfbacks in the game's history, Sir Gareth Edwards, believes his countrymen should fear no one at the Rugby World Cup later this year.
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Underhill injury could be blow for England

England flanker Sam Underhill is set to miss the Six Nations series as a result of an ankle injury.
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Campaign know-how valuable All Blacks asset

Ireland may have dominated world rugby's results in 2018 but it is 2019 when the biggest prize, the Rugby World Cup, is up for grabs.
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World Cup ultimate test for Home Unions

A seismic shift, or a small blip is how the resurgence in northern hemisphere rugby will be measured at the Rugby World Cup in Japan next year.
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