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Pat Rafter and his wife Lara are shifting back to New South Wales, after listing their Sunshine Coast property with hopes of $18 million.
Hurricanes centre Willis Halaholo is open to the idea of representing Wales on residency grounds should he be given the opportunity. The post Halaholo eyes Wales call-up appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
The temptation was there for Willis Halaholo to stay in New Zealand.
People may think I’m crazy for saying this but do not put it past Gavin Henson getting himself back in contention for the Wales squad this season. Henson is finally back on the big-stage and from all accounts in Bristol, he has still got ‘it’.
Female footballers could be just three years away from deriving an income after the New South Wales Rugby League unveiled a raft of new participation opportunities for women in the sport.
The 2016/17 Guinness PRO12 Final is set to take place in Dublin at the Aviva Stadium as the league finale moves to another of rugby’s iconic arenas. After Connacht claimed last season’s Guinness PRO12 title with a 20-10 victory at BT Murrayfield, it will be Dublin that hosts the Final this time around. And for […]
Bristol have bolstered their front row options with the arrival of Wales international Ryan Bevington. The 27 year-old prop, who joins from Ospreys on a two-year deal, has 13 caps for his country following a debut in 2011. One of the most consistent looseheads in the Pro12, Bevington has made over 100 appearances for Ospreys
Bristol have bolstered their front row with the arrival of Wales international prop Ryan Bevington with immediate effect. The post Wales prop signs for Bristol appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Warren Gatland is expected to be named head coach of the British and Irish Lions for their tour to New Zealand next summer.
• Wales coach was in charge of successful tour to Australia in 2013• Gatland will take immediate 10-month sabbaticalWarren Gatland is set to become the second man to …
Wales coach Warren Gatland is the likely contender to be in charge of the British and Lions team during the tour of New Zealand next year.
Wales Under 18 captain Callum Bradbury is delighted to have seen his side claim a narrow 18-17 victory against a strong SA Schools ‘A’ side to end the three-match Under 19 International Series in South Africa on a high note.