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Wallabies great Stephen Larkham says he's surprised the British and Irish Lions have named just two five-eighths in their 37-man squad to tour Australia in June and July and doubts Englishman Jonny Wilkinson would refuse a second invitation to play.
Graham Rowntree British and Irish Lions forwards coach Graham Rowntree says England captain Chris Robshaw is "unlucky" to have missed out on the tour to Australia. Flanker Robshaw, 26, was left out of the 37-man squad named on Tuesday, led by Wales'
Sam Warburton will reportedly be announced as captain of the British and Irish Lions on Tuesday for their tour of Australia in a squad that will contain at least 15 Welshmen. Warburton has captained Wales successfully under head coach Warren Gatland
Prolific try-scorer Christian Wade has been recognised for an outstanding campaign with Wasps by being nominated for this season's Aviva Premiership player of the season award...Two current England internationals join Wade on a shortlist of six
Four members of the Six Nations-winning Wales team, Adam Jones, Mike Phillips, Dan Biggar and Leigh Halfpenny, are in the running for the award for the player of the championship. Organisers said the shortlist of 15 had been "compiled through
Robert Kabbas, the 1984 Olympic weightlifting silver medallist from Australia, used to train with Australian Rules players. Such as weightlifting was in his home town of Melbourne, it was more cost-effective to share resources. And Kabbas and the
There are always consequences when players go in search of a Grand Slam and end up being beaten so badly, they wonder how they put themselves within reach of that glittering prize in the first place...Had England completed a first Six Nations clean
Conditions dictate, and it is often an extension of the attritional game which marks rugby north of the equator. The game is slower, more oriented towards set-piece power, mauling and territory...It is captivating because capacity crowds continue to
The Wallabies won't be surprised in the slightest at the more streetwise elements of Warburton's work. They complained bitterly in the Wales series last year that Pocock was being repeatedly interfered with off the ball...There was a superb moment in
England captain Chris Robshaw hailed a battling win over Italy to keep their RBS 6 Nations title bid alive, but admitted improvements were needed before their Grand Slam showdown with Wales next week. England were fancied to steamroller the Italians