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Rugby World Cup 2015: Southern hemisphere brains have thoroughly eclipsed northern brawn

For the first time in the tournament's history there will be no European semi-finalist because physicality without sophistication has been trumped by skills<p>A grievance is the only thing the Six Nations will take home. Beyond Scottish anger over the refereeing of their excruciating defeat by …

Rugby Dominance Flies South for the World Cup

After two routs and two nailbiters, only New Zealand, Australia, South Africa and Argentina remain<p>LONDON—The fundamental division of the rugby universe is the Earth’s equator. Of the 10 so-called Tier 1 nations—those countries that care most about the sport and play it best—six lie in the northern …

'Disgraceful Craig Joubert should be sent home!' Rugby pundits and fans turn on referee after Scotland controversy

Rugby pundits and supporters have hit out at World Cup referee Craig Joubert after the South African appeared to run from the field without shaking …

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Australia stuns Scotland in Rugby World Cup - Universal Sports

Rugby World Cup 2015: Tier Two teams hit hardest in terms of officiating - World Rugby must address problem

World Rugby should have just one or far fewer citing officers and panels - that way the individuals would have measure of internal consistency and accountability<p>The lower ranked teams in this world cup have made an outstanding contribution to the drama and excitement of the pool stages. That fact …

Rugby World Cup 2015: All Blacks still in pole position, Wallabies' stocks rising

<b>2 AUSTRALIA</b><p>Michael Cheika has restored a healthy shine to the Wallabies' once-flea bitten coat this year and last week's show of true grit against …

Wallabies in sight of historic grand slam within a Rugby World Cup

Does beating the four home nations at a Rugby World Cup on British soil count as a grand slam? Well, if that’s the case – and there may well be plenty of debate on this - then Australia are on the brink of a rare achievement: a grand slam within a World Cup.<p>Australia forge bond through search for …