Six Nations

Quins celebrate double success

Harlequins celebrated the signing of South African-born midfield internationals Stuart Abbott and Hal Luscombe by securing promotion back to the Premiership.

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Leinster legends in Toulouse

Brian O’Driscoll’s Leinster did the unthinkable and clobbered Toulouse in Toulouse to advance to the semi-finals of the European Cup. Munster and Bath also won.

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World Series glitch

Wallaby coach John Connolly says there is only one problem with the introduction of a rugby World Series.

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Jenkins sparks Welsh revolution

Llanelli Scarlets coach Gareth Jenkins has expressed interest in the Wales coaching job, but only if certain administrators are sent packing.

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Aussies punt rugby World Series

The ARU has come up with a way of making Tests between World Cups matter. They believe rugby needs a “World Series” in which the results of Tests every second year would determine the two leading teams, who would then meet in a final.

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Abbott cracks the A list

South African-born England international Stuart Abbott will join the ranks of highest paid players in the English Premiership after signing a contract in excess of R2million to join Harlequins.

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Woody’s a control freak

Former Wallaby coach Eddie Jones believes Clive Woodward will only coach England if he has total control over the team.

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Mitch sticking with Force

John Mitchell wants to extend his three year contract with the Western Force and is not interested in the Welsh national job.

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Woody’s the man

Former World Cup winning captain Martin Johnson has urged the RFU to reappoint Clive Woodward as national coach.

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More joy for Irish

Ireland have moved up to fifth place in the latest IRB World Rankings, following their dramatic win over the Poms in the Six Nations.

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