Eight Rugby World Cup matches were dotted across France in Week 4, and the knockout round picture became clearer.
Pool stage play at the 2023 Rugby World Cup is coming to a close soon, and the penultimate round had some crackers within it.
Major League Rugby still has a long way to go before it can be considered among the best club rugby competitions in the world, but the strides that North America’s top league has made since its inaugural season in 2018 are already being felt at the highest levels of the game.
What a weekend, eh?
Pool D will open on Saturday, 9th September, with arguably the biggest fixtures in the group, as England face Argentina in Marseille.
One is a Tier 1 nation. One has had a recent rugby resurgence. One has never been here before.
After three action-packed rounds of the Rugby Championship, New Zealand has walked away victorious and retained the title, having won all three of its matches.
Round three of the 2023 Rugby Championship is upon us, and with it the crowning moment to confirm which of the southern hemisphere big four enter the 2023 Rugby World Cup with bragging rights.
The Rugby Championship is always a very important competition for SANZAAR sides, but ahead of Rugby World Cup years as one of the final points of preparation, it becomes a massive ordeal.
Predicting who will win the Men’s Rugby World Cup is always a tough ask, especially when numerous high-profile teams are in the running. This year there are four genuine contents who all could lift the esteemed trophy – Ireland, France, South Africa and New Zealand.
Southern Hemisphere’s premier rugby body SANZAAR today unveiled plans for a new U20 competition to kick-off in 2024.
Like ships passing in the night, the opening two rounds of the 2023 Rugby Championship have come and gone all too quickly for Rugby fans to savour.
Round two of the 2023 Rugby Championship is set to be the pivotal week in deciding the winner of this year’s edition of the Southern Hemisphere’s elite Rugby Championship.
Following the first round of Rugby Championship action, we already have a good idea of who we should consider the favourites. Much like last year, it’s New Zealand and South Africa leading the pack, as both teams picked up healthy victories over the weekend, incidentally by extremely similar margins.
Last season’s Rugby Championship was one of the most enthralling instalments of the competition in recent memory. There was drama, controversy and plenty of shocks along the way but after all the excitement and even despite making history themselves, Argentina still finished the tournament rock bottom.