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All Blacks · New Zealand
Ireland beat All Blacks in New Zealand for first time
Ireland beat New Zealand 23-12 at Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin. Prop Andrew Porter scored two tries and skipper Johnny Sexton added 13 points from the kicking tee. New Zealand's discipline cost them dear with two yellow cards in addition to Angus Ta'avao's red in first half.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 16 sources
Rugby World Cup
Red card trial to continue in Rugby Championship
The law trial has been in running for the Super Rugby competitions in 2020, 2021 and 2022. It was applied to the 2021 Rugby Championship and will now be extended for the 2022 tournament. All the SANZAAR national unions - Argentina, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa - are fully behind the extension of the red-card law trail.See the Story
44% Left coverage: 9 sources
England · England
England fire early to beat Wallabies and tie up series
England level three-match series at 1-1 with 25-17 victory in Brisbane. Owen Farrell kicks 20 points as England take an imposing early lead. Australia scored tries through Taniela Tupou and Samu Kerevi either side of halftime. The series will go to a decider at Sydney Cricket Ground next Saturday.See the Story
56% Center coverage: 9 sources
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Sri Lanka announce 15-member squad for Women's T20 Asia Cup 2022
Sri Lanka Cricket announce squad for Women's T20 Asia Cup 2022. The tournament will take place in Bangladesh from 1 to 16 October. Seven teams will participate in the event: India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Thailand, Malaysia and UAE. UAE and Malaysia qualified for the tournament by reaching the final of the 2022 ACC Womens T20 Championship.See the Story
Coverage: 9 sources
Commonwealth Games · Fiji
Blitzboks produce sevens masterclass to crush Fiji and bag Commonwealth Games gold
South Africa produced a rugby sevens masterclass on Sunday night. They crushed Fiji 31-7 in the Commonwealth Games final at Coventry Stadium. Muller du Plessis, JC Pretorius, Shaun Williams, Mfundo Ndhlovu and Waisea Nacuqu scored for the Blitzboks.See the Story
67% Right coverage: 3 sources
Who will shine for NI at the Commonwealth Games?
Northern Ireland won one gold, seven silver and four bronze at the 2018 Games. The same amount was achieved four years prior in Glasgow, although they managed two golds then but only three silvers. This time around they arrive in the English midlands with multiple athletes who must wrestle with, or indeed wear with pride, the tag of being favourites.See the Story
67% Left coverage: 6 sources
Rugby World Cup · France
Tonga Qualify For Rugby World Cup With 44-22 Win Over Hong Kong
Sonatane Takulua scores hat-trick of tries as Tonga beat Hong Kong 44-22. Tonga will now line up in Pool B of next year's tournament in France. Hong Kong still have one chance left to qualify, joining USA, Portugal and Kenya in repechage tournament.See the Story
67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Rugby Union · England
Hunter leads 32-strong England squad for Women’s Rugby World Cup
England head coach Simon Middleton accepts that England must win the World Cup. Veteran scrum-half Mo Hunt is the biggest name omitted from the 32-strong group that will depart for New Zealand on Friday. Abby Dow is included despite being sidelined since breaking a leg in April. Sarah Hunter captains England for a third successive World Cup and will appear in the tournament for a fourth time.See the Story
75% Left coverage: 4 sources
How to watch the Red Roses documentary
Wear The Rose: An England Rugby Dream airs on ITV ahead of the World Cup – find out how to watch the Red Roses documentarySee the Story
Rugby is refereed differently in the last minute
Columnist Paul Williams gives his verdict on the denouement of *that* Bledisloe Cup match and looks at how rugby is refereed differently in the last minuteSee the Story