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Illness rips through ABs squad

Almost all of the All Blacks have been struck down by illness ahead of their season-ending clash with England at Twickenham this Saturday.

Pocock back for Wallabies

David Pocock will make his return from injury when the Wallabies tackle Wales in Cardiff this Saturday.

Carter, Mealamu back for All Blacks

First five Dan Carter and hooker Keven Mealamu will make their return from injury when the All Blacks take on England at Twickenham this Saturday.

Farrell: Unbeaten ABs are vulnerable

England assistant coach Andy Farrell believes the All Blacks are not as invincible as people believe they are.

Carter confident of facing England

All Blacks first five Dan Carter is confident he will slip into the No 10 shirt when his side plays England at Twickenham on Sunday morning (NZT).

Robinson falls on his sword

Andy Robinson has resigned as Scotland coach.

UK media get stuck into ABs

The British media has torn strips off the All Blacks following the Andrew Hore controversy.

ABs send for reinforcements

Hooker Hika Elliot and five-eighths Tom Taylor have been called into the All Blacks squad following yesterday’s 33-10 victory over Wales.

Sheehan earns first start

Six years after making his test debut, halfback Brett Sheehan will start his first international when the Wallabies tango with Italy in Florence this weekend.

Carter hobbles out of training

Dan Carter is in doubt for this weekend’s clash against Wales in Cardiff after injuring his right leg at training.

ARU rejects Cooper’s claims

Australian Rugby Union high performance manager David Nucifora has denied claims that Quade Cooper was offered a less lucrative contract.

Thomson ban to be reviewed

The international career of All Black Adam Thomson could be ended by the judiciary after the International Rugby Board confirmed it will review his one-week ban for stomping.

Boks unchanged

Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer will roll out the same team which defeated Scotland for this weekend’s showdown with England at Twickenham.

Injury rules out three Maori players from Canada match

Injury has ruled out three players from the Maori All Blacks' closing match of the European tour against Canada on Saturday (NZT) morning.

2013 Junior World Championship campaign starts now

Yesterday marked the start of New Zealand's Under 20 campaign to take the Junior World Championship in France in 2013.

Pietersen in doubt with groin strain

Experienced wing JP Pietersen (pictured, right) has a mild groin strain and will be medically managed this week as the Springboks prepare for Saturday’s test against England at Twickenham.

Daryl Gibson appointed Waratahs assistant coach

Daryl Gibson will join the Waratahs coaching team next season, working alongside head coach Michael Cheika and assistant coach Alan Gaffney.

England squad prepares for South Africa

THIRTY-FIVE players reported to Pennyhill Park ahead of Saturday’s third QBE international against South Africa at Twickenham.

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