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Adriaan Strauss breaks clear to score his second try against Scotland at Murrayfield on Saturday

Meyer praises Boks' ability to grind out wins

Head coach believes his young side are primed to peak at Twickenham next weekend

Australia's Nick Cummins (left) celebrates with centre Ben Tapuai after scoring a try

International rugby star dies aged 29

Former Fiji and Toulouse wing Maleli Kunavore died in hospital last night, the Fiji Rugby Union announced today.

Euan Murray returns for Scotland

Tighthead prop Euan Murray returns as one of two changes for Scotland in the EMC Test with South Africa on Saturday.

Tour de force: All Blacks coach Steve Hansen has changed a third of his squad for their European campaign

Hansen's All Blacks aim to maintain Euro grip

New Zealand arrive in Scotland after decade of autumn Test dominance

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City frustrated despite comeback as Arsenal slip up

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Clubs 'will pay players not to go to 2015 World Cup'

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FA reveals strict new rules for England players

Sir Clive Woodward

Sir Clive Woodward to leave British Olympic Association

Sir Clive Woodward is to leave the British Olympic Association after six years.

FISA said that Eton Dorney was the best venue with the rapturous crowd being one of the key contributing factors

London 2012 rowing regatta the best of all time, says FISA

The London 2012 Olympic rowing regatta has been declared the best of all time by the sport's world governing body FISA.

Mark Cavendish pronounced 'not my fault' after his failure at the men's road race

Chris Hewett: Cavendish blows it and empty seats galore but nobody is to blame...

Critic Without a Ticket: Liggett could have covered the race blindfold and still made more sense of it than Porter and company

Charlie Hodgson in action in South Africa

Charlie Hodgson and Lee Mears announce retirement from England

Saracens fly-half Charlie Hodgson and Bath hooker Lee Mears have retired from international rugby after being told they do not feature in the future plans of England head coach Stuart Lancaster.

Harley strikes late to ensure Scotland remain unbeaten

Samoa 16 Scotland 17

Wales name unchanged side for Australia clash

Wales have named an unchanged side for their third Test against Australia in Sydney on Saturday.

Mike Tindall’s appeal should have been dismissed out of hand

Ben Foden promises Mike Tindall fitting farewell at Twickenham

Ben Foden is determined to give Mike Tindall a Twickenham farewell he will never forget after the former England captain was named in the Barbarians team for Sunday's non-cap international.

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