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Tuilagi out for season

England center Manu Tuilagi's nagging groin injury looks like seeing him sit out the rest of the season, his Leicester Tigers coach Richard Cockerill said Sunday.
Soure:Agencies-Global Times: 2015/3/29 23:34:25

Test coach Fearnley dies at 81

Former Australia and New South Wales coach Terry Fearnley has died aged 81, the National Rugby League said Wednesday.
Soure:Agencies-Global Times: 2015/3/5 0:03:34

James out for Six Nations

Wales prop Paul James will miss the remainder of the Six Nations after fracturing his thumb in the victory over France in Paris on ­Saturday, the Welsh Rugby Union said Tuesday.
Soure:Agencies-Global Times: 2015/3/4 0:03:59

Saint-Andre denies doping accusations

Former France captain and current head coach Philippe Saint-Andre on Wednesday ­denied accusations in a new book that the team were huge consumers of amphetamines during the 1980s.
Soure:AFP-Global Times: 2015/2/25 23:33:01

WRU head to step down

Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) Chief Executive Roger Lewis will leave his post after this year's World Cup, the WRU announced Tuesday.
Soure:Agencies-Global Times: 2015/2/24 22:23:01

New injury setback for Pocock

Wallaby flanker David Pocock has suffered a new injury setback and will miss the ACT Brumbies Super Rugby match against the Waikato Chiefs this weekend with ankle trouble, club officials said on Monday.
Soure:Agencies: 2015/2/17 0:03:37

Tillous-Borde extends stay

France scrumhalf Sebastien Tillous-Borde has extended his contract with French and European champions Toulon by three years until 2018.
Soure:Agencies: 2015/2/14 23:38:01

Coetzee to leave Stormers

Stormers coach Allister Coetzee will leave the South African Super Rugby side at the end of the season to take up a coaching post with Japanese team Kobe Steel Kobelco Steelers.
Soure:Agencies-Global Times: 2015/2/3 23:18:02

Tillous-Borde to miss Scotland tie

Injured scrumhalf Sebastien Tillous-Borde has been ruled out of France's Six Nations opening game against Scotland with manager Philippe Saint-Andre leaving him out of his 31-man squad for Saturday's clash at the Stade de France.
Soure:Agencies-Global Times: 2015/2/1 23:23:02

England lock Parling joins Exeter

England lock Geoff Parling is joining ­Exeter on a two-year deal from Premiership rivals Leicester, the club said Thursday. He is the club's first major signing ahead of the 2015-16 season
Soure:Agencies-Global Times: 2015/1/29 23:08:01

McKibbin joins London Irish

London Irish were back on the recruitment trail on Monday, announcing the signing of Scotland-born scrum-half Brendan McKibbin on a two-year deal.
Soure:Agencies-Global Times: 2015/1/26 23:03:01

Henson signs for Bristol

One-time Wales international Gavin Henson will join second-tier Bristol from Premiership side Bath at the end of the ­season, the Championship club announced on Friday.
Soure:AFP: 2015/1/23 23:08:01

Irish sign Scotland's Maitland

London Irish have signed New Zealand-born Scotland international Sean Maitland from Scottish side Glasgow, the English Premiership club announced Thursday.
Soure:Agencies-Global Times: 2015/1/22 22:38:07

Foden out for months

England's Ben Foden will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury, his club Northampton said Tuesday, which puts his World Cup hopes in jeopardy.
Soure:Agencies-Global Times: 2015/1/21 23:23:01

Franks agrees Irish deal

All Black prop Ben Franks is joining London Irish from the Wellington-based Hurricanes, the English Premiership side announced Tuesday.
Soure:Agencies-Global Times: 2015/1/20 23:08:01

Smith leaves London Irish

Former England attack coach Brian Smith is leaving his post as director of rugby at London Irish with immediate effect, the Premiership club said Tuesday.
Soure:Agencies-Global Times: 2015/1/13 23:23:03

Dusautoir extends stay

French national captain Thierry Dusautoir has extended his contract with Top 14 club Toulouse for a further two seasons, he announced Monday.
Soure:Agencies-Global Times: 2015/1/12 22:28:43

Morgan injury opens door for evergreen Easter for England

As England coach Stuart Lancaster digested news of the broken leg suffered by his first-choice No.8 Ben Morgan, a 36-year-old delivered a virtuoso performance in that position which revived calls for his international return.
Soure:Reuters-Global Times: 2015/1/12 22:28:43