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Japan's players were paid as little as $20 a day at the 2011 World Cup. Photo / Getty Images At the core of rugby's ethos is a culture of brotherhood and yet next year's World Cup already has a theme of inequality based on a funding model that will
Waratahs clash with the Sharks in Durban on March 29 and is sending it to a hearing.
Photo / Getty Images Highlanders wing Kurt Baker will have to wait until round 15 before he can play in Super Rugby again. Baker has been suspended for six weeks for a dangerous lifting tackle on Rebels halfback Nic Stirzaker. The ban will see Baker
In 1995, that was not unusual for the city on the highveld as South Africa bore the strains of new political and social crises. This was the day before the World Cup final in late June as the nation boiled about the Springboks' chances against their
The New Zealand Rugby Union's major objective this year is to boost revenues from its broadcast deal with Sky Television. Steve Tew revealed to the Sunday Star-Times this week that combined broadcast deals made up 40 per cent of annual revenue.
Photo / Getty Images Despite the Southern Hemisphere's urgency and pressing need for outcome on the proposal to shift the June test window to July, a decision remains some way off. There were more talks on this now vexed subject in Dublin last week:
Southern Europe and North America are options as Super Rugby looks into adding three teams from 2016 Clashes between NZ and South African sides, like the 2012 final featuring the Chiefs and Sharks, will remain an important part of Super Rugby...It is
The proposal to bring another South African team into Super Rugby has caused outrage among New Zealand coaches and supporters, and I share their outrage...South Africa should have at least seven teams and arguably more. Now before you all feed this
SuperSport Johannesburg - Sanzar has sent a stern message to referees ahead of the third round of Vodacom Super Rugby - to ensure the halfbacks feed the ball correctly into the scrum. According to the supersport.com website , Sanzar refereeing boss
Former All Black captain Taine Randell is against the idea of South Africa getting six Super Rugby teams. Executive Committee took place in Sydney last Thursday where the future of Super Rugby was among the agenda items. CEO Greg Peters confirmed