Highlights: 2015 Hong Kong Sevens (Day 2)

The Blitzboks won their remaining two pool matches to cruise into the Cup quarter-finals.


Waratahs add to Blues’ woes

The Waratahs beat the Blues 23-11 in a scrappy match in Sydney on Saturday, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.


Toulouse fightback stuns Toulon

Toulouse overturned an 18-0 deficit to beat Toulon 34-24 at the Stade Vélodrome on Saturday.


Sarries smash Quins to move second

A world record crowd for a club rugby match of 84,068 saw Saracens beat Harlequins 42-14 at Wembley on Saturday.


The WrapAround (Week 6)

Rugby HQ's Sean Maloney, Brian O'Driscoll and George Gregan take a look at the wild and wacky from the world of rugby.


Preview: Paul Roos vs Affies

SuperSport looks ahead to the Mutual & Federal Premier Interschools match in Stellenbosch on Saturday.


Whiteley can rattle Reds

The Lions will be looking for another big performance from captain Warren Whiteley against the Reds in Brisbane, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.


Perenara’s presence crucial for Canes

Hurricanes flyhalf James Marshall will benefit from having TJ Perenara at scrumhalf against the Rebels in Wellington, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.


Rio 2016 rugby dates confirmed

Rugby sevens will make its Olympic Games debut on 6 August 2016.


Varsity Cup gets NFL posts

The Varsity Cup semi-finals and final will see the traditional rugby posts replaced with American football-style posts.


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