What do Owen Farrell's teammates think of his tackling? - | Alex GoodeAll video
What do Owen Farrell's teammates think of his tackling? - | Alex Goode
The Final Countdown | The Aussie Rugby Show | Episode 18
How do you play rugby when you are blind in one eye?
The Rugby Pod react to Owen Farrell's red card for HORRIFIC high tackle
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The crippling toll rugby took on Dylan Hartley has left its mark on Teimana Harrison, the Northampton skipper plucked from Rotorua school nine years.
Josh Matavesi is backing Fiji to make a major impact in the new Eight Nations tournament despite the squad never having trained under new coach Vern Cotter.
Much of the talk ahead of the European quarter-finals has been about front row red tape, which isn’t a good look for the game, and neither Rob Baxter nor EPCR have covered themselves in glory.
Read, Messam, Thomson, Rutledge: The Mitre 10 Cup veterans who are defying rugby's youthful standards
They say rugby is a young man’s game, but the 2020 Mitre 10 Cup has welcomed back more veterans, seasoned campaigners, than ever.
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The career of Scotland international Adam Ashe withered under Dave Rennie at Glasgow, but the now free agent isn't holding a grudge.
RugbyPass was at Aviva Stadium to see Saracens shrug off their doubters and shatter the 25-match winning streak Leinster had going into the quarter-final.
In a huge week for rugby the panel previews the Super Rugby AU final, discuss Dave Rennie’s first Wallaby squad and talk about the great result of Australia getting hosting rights for The Rugby Championship.
Wayne Barnes has launched a new video series, using his kids' superhero figures to explain uncontested scrums
With three recent Premiership games having gone to uncontested scrums, referee Wayne Barnes has launched a video series to explain the different scenarios.
It was August when Southern Kings suspended playing activities for the rest of 2020, now the PRO14 outfit have been plunged into voluntary liquidation.
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Karne Hesketh’s 84th-minute try sealed the biggest shock in Rugby World Cup history as Japan stunned South Africa 34-32 in their opening match of the tournament five years ago.
The legacy of Saracens may have been spoiled domestically due to their salary cap infractions, but does it diminish their sustained success in Europe?
Uncertainty surrounds what shape the Springboks will be in once the Rugby Championship commences - not just from a depth point of view, but the clear challenges around the level of preparation they will have heading into the competition.
How Leinster came up second best to Saracens was a bruising reminder that the PRO14 doesn't deliver the intensity necessary for Champions Cup success.
Northland Taniwha's clash with reigning Premiership champions, the Tasman Mako, in Blenheim tonight will be the ideal springboard to test the true state of their readiness to go deep in this year's Mitre 10 Cup competition.