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Saracens lead calls to scrap Premiership salary cap

Saracens are leading calls to abandon the salary cap in the Premiership, claiming it seriously undermines the competition's reputation.
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AS IT HAPPENED: Sonny Bill Williams and Quade Cooper press conference

You asked the questions and we got the answers. Recap all the reaction from Sonny Bill Williams and Quade Cooper's press-conference.
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Sonny Bill Williams to headline charity fight night

Sonny Bill Williams will face the toughest challenge of his boxing career in January when he headlines a charity event at Allphones Arena in Sydney against heavyweight veteran Chauncy Welliver.
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Launchbury to miss Six Nations

England second row Joe Launchbury will miss the Six Nations after Wasps confirmed he requires surgery on his neck.
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Coventry move can catapult Wasps to success – Gomarsall

​Andy Gomarsall believes Wasps' move to Coventry can help catapult them to success in the Premiership and Europe.
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Dan Carter’s greatest game: All Blacks v British and Irish Lions 2005

All Blacks five-eighth Dan Carter confirmed his move to Racing Metro today and there’s no better excuse to revisit his greatest performance in the black jersey.
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Horwill to join Harlequins after Rugby World Cup

Australia international lock James Horwill will join Harlequins following the 2015 Rugby World Cup, Queensland Reds announced on Thursday.
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Dan Carter announces move to Racing Metro

The worst kept secret in New Zealand rugby was confirmed this afternoon with Dan Carter announcing his move to French club Racing Metro following the Rugby World Cup next year.
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Ashley-Cooper to move to France after World Cup

Australia international Adam Ashley-Cooper has agreed a two-year deal to join Bordeaux after the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
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Armitage suspended for 12 weeks after fan row

Toulon's Delon Armitage has been banned for 12 weeks by European Professional Club Rugby (EPRC) after an altercation with supporters.
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Bordeaux sign Ashley-Cooper

Australia international Adam Ashley-Cooper has agreed a two-year deal to join Bordeaux after the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
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Castrogiovanni given four-game suspended ban

Toulon prop Martin Castrogiovanni has been given a suspended four-match ban and a €10,000 fine for his post-match rant at Welford Road.
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One year out: Rugby World Cup previews – England

The Rugby World Cup is still ten months away, but it’s never too early to start thinking about who will be holding the Webb Ellis Cup aloft at Twickenham next October. Today, we look at England.
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Wales announce World Cup warm-up schedule

Wales have announced a double-header against Ireland as part of their Rugby World Cup warm-up schedule.
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One year out: Rugby World Cup previews – Samoa

The Rugby World Cup is still ten months away, but it’s never too early to start thinking about who will be holding the Webb Ellis Cup aloft at Twickenham next October. Today, we look at Samoa.
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Hansen re-signs with All Blacks until 2017

New Zealand coach Steve Hansen has re-signed with the All Blacks until 2017, as they prepare to embark on a World Cup year.
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Steve Hansen reappointed as All Blacks coach until 2017

It’s official. Steve Hansen will coach the All Blacks until 2017 the New Zealand Rugby Union announced today.
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Pools announced for Wellington Sevens

The All Blacks Sevens have been gifted an easy Pool for the Wellington Sevens in February, with England, Canada and Papua New Guinea joining the defending Sevens Series champions in Pool B.
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Launchbury a doubt for Six Nations opener

Joe Launchbury's status for England's Six Nations opener has been placed into doubt after claims his rehab from injury is behind schedule.
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Burgess admits rugby is harder than expected

Sam Burgess continues to win fans in rugby, but the former South Sydney Rabbitohs enforcer admits the switch has been tougher than expected.
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