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Sports - Rugby Union

Flying winger Li to make Highlanders debut

Recruited winger Tevita Li has won a starting berth for the Highlanders and is one of five players poised to debut for the southerners against the Chiefs.

Rebuilt Karmichael ready to dominate again

For the first time in eight years, Karmichael Hunt says he feels like he's ready to dominate a game of football again.

Roos realises Super Rugby dream

At 26, Dewet Roos had never given up hope of picking up a Super Rugby contract. His perseverance rewarded by the Brumbies where he's been signed after a serious injury to scrumhalf Tomas Cubelli.

Gibson opts for Tahs' strongest scrum

NSW Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson expects the Force to test his side in the scrum and also with their kicking game in Saturday's Super Rugby match in Sydney

Foley concussion concern for rugby Tahs

NSW Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson will give five-eighth Bernard Foley until Thursday to prove himself fit for Saturday's Super Rugby clash against Western Force.

Simmons keen for Wallaby redemption

In and out of Michael Cheika's Wallabies team last year, Queensland Reds lock Rob Simmons admits he has a point to prove this season.

No Koroibete in Rebels Super starter

Injured Marika Koroibete has been left out of the Melbourne Rebels side for their Super Rugby season opener against the depleted Blues.

Reds' culture the best I've seen: Kerevi

Powerhouse Queensland Reds centre Samu Kerevi has hailed an improved culture as the Super Rugby club attempts to put three dud years behind them.

Lealiifano back with Brumbies as mentor

Christian Lealiifano has returned to the Brumbies full-time as he starts the long road back to playing rugby after treatment for cancer.

Brumbies mulling new-look Super lineup

The Brumbies are settling on their team for their Super Rugby season opener, as they start life without a number of high-profile players.

Keys for Australia's Super Rugby teams

There are a lot of personnel changes as Australia's Super Rugby teams set out to improve in last year's dismal record.

Wallaby Haylett-Petty re-signs with Force

Wallabies back Dane Haylett-Petty has signed a two-year contract extension with Western Force and the Australian Rugby Union.

Hurricanes head Kiwi Super Rugby charge

The prospect of another New Zealand-dominated Super Rugby season is very real as five power-packed squads gear up for week one.

Blues to tackle Rebels with new-look pack

The Blues will feature a new-look forward pack when they tackle the Rebels in the Super Rugby season opener in Melbourne

Super Rugby at a glance

All you need to know about Super Rugby this season.

Super Rugby facts and figures

Crunching the numbers ahead of the Super Rugby's 22nd edition in 2017.

New Zealand's Super Rugby squads

NZ's five Super Rugby squads for the 2017 season.

Nanai-Williams chose Chiefs over Blues

The presence of Tana Umaga and Sonny Bill Williams nearly tempted returning Chiefs back Tim Nanai-Williams to play for the Blues.

Dan Carter loses sponsorship deal

The fallout from Dan Carter's drink-driving charges in Paris has continued, with Land Rover pulling out of a sponsorship deal with the New Zealand rugby great.

Cheika trusts 'gut feel' on Joe Powell

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika expects Brumbies halfback Joe Powell to thrive as a likely Super Rugby starter this year.

Sezer ready to kick Raiders into NRL gear

Canberra playmaker Aidan Sezer is relishing the chance to take over goal-kicking duties while skipper Jarrod Crocker is sidelined with a knee injury.

Quade in awe of 'freaks' Nabuli, Kuridrani

Quade Cooper has tipped big things to come from 'freakish' Queensland Reds wingers Eto Nabuli and Chris Kuridrani.

ARU remaining vigilant on player welfare

ARU chief operating officer Rob Clarke says sporting administrators need to be vigilant as players transition into retirement after the death of Dan Vickerman.

Rebuilt rugby Reds won't need time to gel

Nick Stiles is confident the new-look Queensland Reds can make an instant Super Rugby impact, starting with Friday's season opener against the Sharks.

Success key to Super Rugby survival: ARU

Australian Rugby Union COO Rob Clarke says Australian Super Rugby franchises need to marry on and off-field success to ensure their survival.

Chiefs keen to break Highlanders hoodoo

The Chiefs will be forced to overcome a mental hurdle by beating the Highlanders for the first time in almost three years of Super Rugby on Friday in Dunedin.

Star Hurricanes rugby fullback in doubt

An ill-timed hamstring tweak has left Nehe Milner-Skudder in doubt for the Hurricanes' Super Rugby season-opener against the Sunwolves in Tokyo.

Brumbies sign halfback injury cover

Sydney Rays halfback Dewet Roos has been added to the Brumbies Super Rugby squad as they look to fill the gap left by an injury to Tomas Cubelli.

Wallabies to meet Pumas in Canberra clash

The Wallabies are set to face Argentina in Canberra, returning international rugby to the nation's capital for the first time in seven years.

Former Wallaby Vickerman dead at 37

Former Wallabies lock Dan Vickerman has died aged 37 at his Sydney family home.

Funeral held for Sione Lauaki in Auckland

Past and present members of the Kiwi rugby community have congregated in west Auckland to say goodbye to All Blacks player Sione Lauaki, who died last week.

Frisby pens two-year Reds rugby extension

Queensland Reds and fringe Wallabies halfback Nick Frisby has signed a two-year contract extension.

Super Rugby changes video review system

SANZAAR has unveiled changes to Super Rugby's video review protocol, with referees now required to give their decision before sending incidents upstairs.

Dan Carter admits to drink driving

All Blacks rugby great Dan Carter has apologised for a drink driving offence which will put him before the courts in Paris.

Highlanders win high-scoring Sydney trial

The Waratahs have lost 50-47 to the Highlanders in a pre-season rugby trial in Sydney.

Young rugby Tahs to benefit from hot test

NSW Waratahs captain Michael Hooper expects his younger teammates will be ready if required for Super Rugby duty after a tough test against the Highlanders

Rebels say Koroibete ready for Super start

Melbourne Rebels coach Tony McGahan says he expects former Melbourne Storm flyer Marika Koroibete to recover from injury in time for their round-one match.

Waratahs shaded in high-scoring trial

The Waratahs have lost 50-47 to the Highlanders in a pre-season rugby trial in Sydney.

Super Rugby closes phantom ban loophole

Super Rugby has closed a loophole that had meant players could skip or serve shortened suspensions if the event of their bans including a bye round.

Rebels lose Test prop Smith for 12 weeks

The Melbourne Rebels have been rocked with the loss of Test prop Toby Smith for 12 weeks after he underwent hamstring surgery.

Rebels sign Wallaby back Hodge until 2020

The Melbourne Rebels have signed Reece Hodge until the end of the 2020 Super Rugby season, becoming the first Wallaby to commit beyond the World Cup.

Unknown Kiwi set for Brumbies No.10 role

Stephen Larkham has hailed unknown recruit Wharenui Hawera as the 23-year-old Kiwi five-eighth prepares for his Super Rugby debut with the Brumbies.

Todd, Crotty named Crusaders vice-captains

Crusaders captain Sam Whitelock will have fellow All Blacks Ryan Crotty and Matt Todd as his Super Rugby lieutenants.

Barrett brothers to start for Hurricanes

The Crusaders will be seeing double in Friday's Super Rugby trial when the Hurricanes field brilliant backline brothers Beauden and Jordie Barrett.

Young Waratahs backs face tough test

A star-studded Highlanders back line will test a trio of talented NSW Waratahs youngsters in Thursday's pre-season clash in Sydney

Foley, Folau to guide young Tahs backs

Established Wallaby stars Israel Folau and Bernard Foley have been handed more responsibility to lead a youthful NSW Waratahs backline.

Highlanders name strong team for NSW trial

The Highlanders have named a near full strength side for their final Super Rugby trial game against the NSW Waratahs as a host of All Blacks become available.

Pick me, Andrew Walker tells Brumbies

Retired Wallaby Andrew Walker has put his hand up to come out of retirement to play for the Brumbies if they want him.

Melbourne Rebels seek quick improvement

Coach Tony McGahon is looking for his Melbourne Rebels side to turn around their form in quick fashion as the Super Rugby season approaches.

Harris gearing up for April rugby return

All Blacks and Chiefs hooker Nathan Harris hopes his knee will be ready for a return to competitive action in around April.

Quade slick in Reds' trial win over Rebels

Quade Cooper has made an impressive return for Queensland as the slow-starting Reds accounted for the Melbourne Rebels 32-13 in a Super Rugby trial in Brisbane.

Skelton learns from rugby stint overseas

Towering Wallabies and NSW Waratahs lock Will Skelton is determined to improve his lineout jumping as he seeks to cement more run-on starts in the Test team.

Read surprised by Luatua's UK departure

All Blacks captain Kieran Read says he's disappointed by 15-Test utility Steven Luatua's decision to sign a one-year deal with UK club Bristol.

Hooper puts heat on young Tahs to step up

NSW Waratahs captain Michael Hooper is expecting big things from the Super Rugby club's next generation in 2017.

Kerevi combo Stiles' biggest Reds headache

Nick Stiles says finding the right partner for Queensland Reds centre Samu Kerevi is probably the biggest selection headache he faces this Super Rugby season.

ARU clear Higginbotham for Reds return

Scott Higginbotham is free to train and play with Super Rugby's Queensland Reds after the ARU's integrity unit finished their investigation into his arrest.

Canes' Vaea Fifita cleared of broken leg

Hurricanes Super Rugby lock Vaea Fifita has been cleared of a broken his leg but has ankle ligament damage.

Israel Dagg extends NZ Rugby contract

All Black Israel Dagg has extended his contract with New Zealand Rugby, the Crusaders and Hawke's Bay until 2019.

Fiji, English clubs on Duco's Tens hitlist

The Brisbane Global Rugby Tens has been hailed as a massive success but organisers are already on the hunt for new teams to keep the event fresh.

Chiefs honour Lauaki with Tens title win

The Chiefs have taken out the inaugural Brisbane Global Rugby Tens title, beating the Crusaders 12-5 in Sunday's final.

Hunt hails positive vibe at new-look Reds

The Queensland Reds are on track to give Super Rugby a proper shake this year after their Brisbane Global Rugby Tens campaign, Karmichael Hunt says.

Former All Black Sione Lauaki dies at 35

Loose forward Sione Lauaki, who played 17 Tests for the All Blacks and 70 Super Rugby games for the Waikato-based Chiefs, has died aged 35.

Ioane makes sizzling return to Suncorp

Digby Ioane has marked his return to Suncorp Stadium with a stunning 40m try against his old side, the Queensland Reds.

'Universal' support for rugby Origin: ARU

There is "universal" support for a rugby State of Origin match but only if all states benefit financially from it, ARU chief executive Bill Pulver says.

Brisbane Tens is here to stay

The Brisbane Global Rugby Tens is the "most powerful launch vehicle" Super Rugby could hope for, according to Australian Rugby Union CEO Bill Pulver.

Wild Knights prove Tens surprise packets

The Panasonic Wild Knights beat two Australian sides on day one of the Brisbane Global Rugby Tens to all but qualify for the semi-finals.

Digby Ioane set for Reds reunion at Tens

Israel Dagg says new Crusaders teammate Digby Ioane is looking as fit as ever as the former Wallaby prepares for an unlikely return to Suncorp Stadium.

Brisbane Global Rugby Tens at a glance

A quick look at who's playing, who's not and what to expect from the inaugural Brisbane Global Rugby Tens.

Brisbane scorcher to test Tens viability

Temperatures in the mid-to-late 30s will make for scorching conditions at this weekend's inaugural Brisbane Global Rugby Tens event at Suncorp Stadium.

O'Connor already in talks with Super teams

James O'Connor says he is hungry to play for the Wallabies again and is already in talks over a potential return to Super Rugby.

Radike Samo to return for Reds in Tens

Radike Samo will join fellow retirees Chris Latham, Lote Tuqiri and Stephen Larkham in making a playing comeback at the Brisbane Global Rugby Tens.

Tuipulotu relieved over doping clearance

Patrick Tuipulotu says the doping question mark hanging over him for nearly three months took its toll personally.

Barba's Toulon debut could be a year away

Toulon assistant coach Stephen Meehan says Ben Barba is unlikely to play in the Top 14 until next season starts in August.

Cheika surprised by Horne's move abroad

Michael Cheika admits he was surprised to see Rob Horne sign a deal in England that will make him ineligible to play for the Wallabies past this year.

English ready to be versatile for Rebels

Melbourne Rebels winger Tom English is ready to provide cover in the centres for this Super Rugby season to acomodate the addition of Marika Koroibete.

All Blacks' Tuipulotu cleared of doping

All Blacks and Blues lock Patrick Tuipulotu has been cleared of doping charges after a B-sample reported negative for prohibited substances.

Slipper to skipper Moore, Smith at Reds

James Slipper has been confirmed as Queensland Reds captain for the third straight Super Rugby season.

Cheika warns against copying NRL Origin

Michael Cheika likes the idea of a rugby union State of Origin but says it has to be meaningful and not just a direct copy of the NRL showpiece.

Cheika buzzing on tens, Super prospects

Michael Cheika is expecting "across the board" improvement in Australian rugby this year ahead of the season-launching Brisbane Global Tens this weekend.

Blues' Parsons eyes March Super return

Hooker James Parsons plans to return to Super Rugby action for the Auckland-based Blues in March as he recovers from concussion.

Man charged over bug denies involvement

A security consultant charged after the discovery of a listening device at the All Blacks' hotel in Sydney in August has angrily denied any involvement.

Te'o warms to England rugby super-sub role

Ben Te'o played a Six Nations match-winning role from the bench for England against France and says he's happy to contribute from the bench.

Brisbane Rugby Tens won't last: Mitchell

Wallaby Drew Mitchell is a fan of the Brisbane Global Tens but can't see how it can become a long-term fixture of an already packed rugby calendar.

Brumbies' youngsters can fill void: Smith

With a knee injury to Tomas Cubelli robbing the Brumbies of more experience, ACT centre Andrew Smith has faith his younger teammates can step up.

Hurricanes remember Brumbies hammering

Hurricanes prop Jeffery Toomaga-Allen is sitting out the Brisbane Tens because it won't help his scrummaging for the start of Super Rugby.

Drew Mitchell seeking Super Rugby return

Drew Mitchell says he wants to finish his career in Super Rugby after his contract with French club Toulon expires in June.

Australian rugby pays tribute to Joost

Australia rugby icons have expressed condolences over the death of former South African star Joost van der Westhuizen.

Rebels to change style for Koroibete

Melbourne Rebels coach Tony McGahan says his club will take on a more expansive Super Rugby style this season to get ball to Marika Koribete and Sefa Naivalu.

Force take chances in Super Rugby trial

The Western Force looked far smoother than Melbourne in their Super Rugby trial on the Gold Coast on Monday night, winning 27-5.

Horne heading to English club Northampton

Wallabies back Rob Horne has reportedly signed a three-year deal with English club Northampton.

Knee injury sidelines Brumbies' Cubelli

Brumbies halfback Tomas Cubelli's Super Rugby season is in jeopardy after he suffered a knee injury in a trial against the NSW Waratahs.

Stiles "annoyed" by Higginbotham incident

Queensland Reds coach Nick Stiles says he's disappointed by the behaviour of recruit Scott Higginbotham after he was charged with assaulting a police officer.

Aussie men lose Sydney Sevens semi

Australia have been convincingly beaten by South Africa 26-12 in the semi-finals of the Sydney Sevens rugby tournament.

All Black suspended over drug test

New Zealand Rugby has confirmed All Blacks lock Patrick Tuipulotu has been suspended after testing positive for a banned substance.

Aust men into Sydney sevens quarters

Australia's men have won through to the quarter-finals of the Sydney rugby sevens after pool stage victories over Scotland and Papua New Guinea.

Aussie men beaten by NZ at Sydney sevens

Australia have lost their opening pool match of the Sydney rugby sevens tournament to New Zealand 26-14.

Aust women finish fourth at Sydney sevens

Australia has failed to make the final of the women's Sydney rugby sevens and going down to New Zealand in the third-place play-off.

Australian women unbeaten at rugby sevens

Ahead of the quarter-finals, the Australian women's team have completed a clean sweep of their pool at rugby's Sydney Sevens after a 26-17 win over Fiji.

McCalman 50-50 for Force Super Rugby start

Western Force Super Rugby coach Dave Wessels says he's not overly worried by Ben McCalman's latest injury setback.

Highlanders co-captain Dixon out injured

Highlanders co-captain Ash Dixon will miss at least the next month of Super Rugby preparation after injuring his back.

Milner-Skudder to start for Hurricanes

Nehe Milner-Skudder will start the Hurricanes' Super Rugby pre-season game against the Blues at fullback and be replaced at halftime by Jordie Barrett.

Fiji Backed To Win Sydney Sevens

Fiji is the best backed team to win the Sydney 7s despite South Africa being the odds on favourite.

Aussie sevens champs hint at new tricks

Australia's champion women's sevens rugby team have been planning new ways to stay ahead of the rest of the world.

Black Ferns Sevens enter Sydney cauldron

The Black Ferns Sevens are out to maintain a perfect start to the women's world series when they contest leg two in Sydney.

Barba ban 'no big deal': tens organisers

Global Tens organisers say they have accepted that the ARU will prevent Ben Barba from making his rugby debut in the Brisbane event.

Lealiifano named Brumbies co-captain

Recovering from a bone marrow transplant, Christian Lealiifano has been named co-captain of the Brumbies alongside fellow Wallaby Sam Carter.

Koroibete in doubt for Rebels' rugby Tens

Code-hopper Marika Koroibete's Rebels debut is in doubt, with the injured winger subject to a fitness test ahead of the Brisbane Global Rugby Tens tournament.