Like a shooting star in the night, the pool stage of the 2023 Rugby World Cup has been and gone.
As the warm evenings of Europe's astonishingly hot summer give way to the cooler dark evenings of autumn, so too do the pool stages of the 2023 Rugby World Cup to the do-or-die knockout rounds.
When it’s all said and done, South America can look back at its performance in the 2023 Rugby World Cup with pride.
Eight Rugby World Cup matches were dotted across France in Week 4, and the picture for the knockout round became clearer.
With three weekends of World Cup action already in the bank, the pools are starting to take shape. In each of the four, there are clear favourites to qualify top and then a handful of contenders sitting beneath.
The premier international rugby tournament in the world often brings out the best in players, and the first round of matches at the 2023 Rugby World Cup was no exception.
Pool D will open on Saturday, 9th September, with arguably the biggest fixtures in the group, as England face Argentina in Marseille.
Two Rugby World Cup mainstays. Two countries that have held legitimate claims in the past at being the second-best team in all of the Americas behind mighty Argentina.
One is a Tier 1 nation. One has had a recent rugby resurgence. One has never been here before.
The 2023 Rugby World Cup begins in September as the top ranked national teams in the world gather in France for a two month competition to prove who is the best country in the world when it comes to rugby.
The 2023 Rugby World Cup will feature the best national teams in the world competing for the 11th time since in 1987.
The sport of rugby turns its collective eyes to France this fall as the 2023 World Cup begins on Sept. 8 with the host nation France taking on the All Blacks of New Zealand to start the tournament.
The kick-off for the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France is fast approaching as the world's elite rugby nations get set to do battle once again.
World Rugby has confirmed the full schedule of preparation matches leading into Rugby World Cup 2023.
Australian-born Irish winger Mack Hansen's brilliant arrival on the test scene has been acknowledged by World Rugby, while a pair of teammates could deny Charlotte Caslick a third Sevens Player of the Year title.
Nov 15, 2022