Rugby Articles

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  • Rugby Match Cancelled after Covid Breaches

    Rugby Match Cancelled after Covid Breaches

    A high-profile rugby match between England and the Barbarians which was due to be staged on Sunday in Twickenham in South-West London, with a TV audience of millions, has been cancelled after 12 players from the Barbarians squad breached Covid-19 rules.

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  • Sporting Crowds Around the World Reflect Local Virus Success

    Sporting Crowds Around the World Reflect Local Virus Success

    The success or lack thereof which governments have had around the world in tackling the coronavirus can be reflected in the degree to which they are allowing fans back into watch sporting events again.

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  • Former Aussie Rules Player Gets Landmark Judgement

    Former Aussie Rules Player Gets Landmark Judgement

    Former Australian Rules player Shaun Smith has been awarded a AUS $ 1.

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  • Former Springbok Captain Given Eight-Year Doping Ban

    Former Springbok Captain Given Eight-Year Doping Ban

    Mahlatse Ralepelle, the first black player to captain the South African rugby team has been handed an eight-year ban from the sport for doping.

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  • Camping Trip Lands Mitchell, Addo-Carr in Trouble

    Camping Trip Lands Mitchell, Addo-Carr in Trouble

    They claimed it was a cultural trip, enabling them to learn about the land, and how to hunt and survive in the bush.

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  • Fijian Rugby Players Land Themselves in Trouble

    Fijian Rugby Players Land Themselves in Trouble

    Two Fijian rugby union players have landed themselves in hot water after breaching the Pacific islands strict Covid-19 self-isolation rules.

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    Rugby World Cup 2011 to begin from September 9

    The seventh edition of the Rugby World Cup will be played next month, from September 9 and it promises to be a gala worth following as 20 nations look to compete for the William Webb Ellis Cup.

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