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Carter injury layoff continues

All Blacks five-eighth Dan Carter's injury struggles will sideline him for another fortnight yet, as he continues his comeback from a broken leg.
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Burgess rugby league return unlikely

Rugby league does not have the financial muscle to tempt Sam Burgess back to the code, according to former St Helens star Paul Sculthorpe.
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Williams makes successful return to rugby union

Sonny Bill Williams made his return to New Zealand rugby union with a 20-minute cameo off the bench for Counties Manukau in Wednesday's 41-18 ITM Cup victory over Auckland in Pukekohe.
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Counties keep play-off hopes alive

Counties Manukau maintained their hopes of reaching the ITM Cup play-offs with a record-breaking 41-18 win over Auckland.
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Wasps to move to Ricoh Arena in December

​London Wasps are to move to the Ricoh Arena in December after acquiring a 50 per cent stake in the Coventry stadium.
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Coventry City Council supports Wasps deal

Councillors in Coventry have "unanimously agreed" to back a deal that would see London Wasps move to the city's Ricoh Arena.
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Burgess arrival delayed by surgery

Sam Burgess' arrival at Bath will be delayed after the 25-year-old required surgery on the facial injury he suffered in the NRL Grand Final.
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Saints allay Hartley England fears

Dylan Hartley will be fit for England's November internationals despite a back injury, according to Northampton Saints coach Jim Mallinder.
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Kerr-Barlow injury gives Hansen halfback headache

New Zealand are on the lookout for a new halfback, following confirmation Tawera Kerr-Barlow is set to be sidelined for up to nine months.
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Ospreys survive scare, Glasgow go top

Ospreys maintained their unbeaten start to the Pro12 season with a hard-fought 15-14 victory at Zebre on Friday.
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Newcastle claim victory at last, Northampton stay top

Newcastle Falcons ended a 20-match losing streak in the Premiership on Sunday, defeating Exeter Chiefs 29-24 by virtue of a late comeback.
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Emotional Hourcade revels in historic victory

Daniel Hourcade was full of emotion after Argentina won in the Rugby Championship for the first time with a 21-17 victory over Australia.
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Manawatu seal home semi-final, Taranaki battle from behind to go top

Manawatu secured a home semi-final after they crushed Hawke's Bay 29-3 in the ITM Cup on Sunday.
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McKenzie praises Argentina

Under pressure Australia coach Ewen McKenzie praised Argentina after his side surprisingly lost 21-17 on Saturday.
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McKenzie feeling the heat after Argentina defeat

Embattled Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie is under increasing pressure after he watched his side fall to a gallant Argentina 21-17 on Saturday night.
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Wallabies humiliated by Pumas

Argentina finally broke their Rugby Championship drought with a historic 21-17 win over Australia in Mendoza on Saturday.
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Lancaster could still coach Lions

England's Stuart Lancaster could still coach the British and Irish Lions – despite signing a six-year deal this week.
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De Villiers had faith in Lambie

South Africa captain Jean de Villiers said he never doubted Patrick Lambie's kicking ability following Saturday's triumphant display.
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Springboks halt All Blacks unbeaten streak

New Zealand coach Steve Hansen had no complaints over the penalty which handed South Africa a 27-25 victory over the All Blacks on Saturday - ending a run of 22 unbeaten games.
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Meyer: The win was due

Heyneke Meyer was relieved to have ended South Africa's miserable run against New Zealand with a dramatic 27-25 win on Saturday.
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