England captain says team will ’go about things our way’
Wednesday 15th Nov 2017
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Seeing players being abused on social media for going out is a joke and KADEEM SIMMONDS believes fans are forcing athletes to stay indoors and do nothing
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Forward will feature in quarter-final in place of Heighington
SHAUN EDWARDS believes Wales have lost possibly world rugby’s form outside centre after Jonathan Davies was hit yesterday by a shattering injury blow.
Davies is set to be sidelined for six months, ruling him out of Wales’s autumn series appointments with Georgia, New...
MANAGER Jorge Luis Pinto accused Australia yesterday of a clumsy espionage attempt after a drone hovered over his Honduras squad’s training session ahead of the return leg of their World Cup play-off.
The first leg last Friday ended in a 0-0 draw, leaving a spot at next...
SOUTH AFRICA will expect to win the right to host Rugby World Cup 2023 once and for all in London today.
Ireland and France have refused to give up the fight for host status for the 2023 global competition, but both are likely to wind up disappointed by the final vote.
Katie Archibald will be back in action at the next round of the Track World Cup in Canada in December after winning two gold medals and a silver in Manchester at the weekend.
The 23-year-old was yesterday named in Great Britain’s squad to travel to Milton along with fellow...
Panama friendly could be manager’s last in charge
Tuesday 14th Nov 2017
Midfielder wants manager to continue after World Cup failure
IRELAND coach Mark Aston urged organisers of international rugby league yesterday to introduce a Six Nations tournament as soon as 2018 to enable him to build on his team’s successful World Cup.
The Irish flew home from the World Cup yesterday despite winning two of their three...