Sport Scotland lock Alastair Kellock will miss the Six Nations after undergoing surgery on an arm injury

Scotland lock Alastair Kellock will miss the Six Nations after undergoing surgery on an arm injury.

Rugby round-up: Williams and Quins get a bloody nose

Northampton went third in the Guinness Premiership with a 26-17 win against Harlequins at Franklin's Gardens yesterday. The game saw the return from suspension of Tom Williams, the player who was at the centre of the summer's "Bloodgate" fake-injury scandal. The Quins winger suffered a genuine blood injury this time and required extensive treatment.

Williams runs Pumas ragged to reach his half-century

Wales 33 Argentina 16: Wing wizard strikes twice once kicking duel is over as Wales beat tenacious but limited opponents

Ankle injury rules Davies out of Wales' Pumas Test

Wales have been forced to make a change among their replacements for tomorrow's Test against Argentina at the Millennium Stadium.

Wales hold on despite late charge from Samoa

Wales 17 Samoa 13

Gatland rings Wales changes for Samoa clash

Wales' head coach Warren Gatland has made five changes from the team beaten by New Zealand for Friday night's Millennium Stadium clash against Samoa.

Pacific quakes cause new panic but no damage

Thousands of panicking South Pacific islanders ran from coastlines after a series of strong earthquakes rocked the region creating a small tsunami today, just over a week after a massive wave killed 178 people in the Samoas and Tonga.

UK aid appeal after Asian disasters

British people were asked today to give what they could to help those left destitute by the devastating earthquakes and typhoons that have struck south-east Asia.

Military searches for bodies in Samoa

Some frightened Samoans who fled to the hills as a tsunami tore through their seaside villages vowed today never to return to the coastline, while aid workers delivered water and medicine amid the growing stench of decay.

Cahill pays tribute to victims of tsunami

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Aircraft searches for bodies in the Pacific

Rescuers pulled bodies from the mud and twisted rubble and fished bloated corpses out of the sea off Samoa yesterday as the death toll from a series of tsunamis passed 150.

Death toll in Samoas tsunami reaches 149

Stunned Samoans dug through the sodden wreckage of their homes and told of the terror of being trapped underwater or flung inland by the tsunami that ravaged towns and killed at least 149 people in the South Pacific.

Steve Connor: Deadly quakes may have been connected

Tremors in Samoa may have caused critical weakness in fault lines further to the west

Eye witness: 'We watched our restaurant flout out to sea'

Chris and Wendy Booth fell in love with the South Pacific island nation of Samoa in 1996. Ten years later, they left their native Australia to open a beachside resort, Sea Breeze, there. Yesterday, they were almost washed away when giant waves crashed into the main island, Upolu, following a massive offshore earthquake.

British child 'presumed dead' after tsunami

A two-year-old British boy was feared dead tonight after a devastating tsunami, trigged by a massive earthquake, tore through islands in the south Pacific Ocean.

Scores dead in tsunami in Pacific islands

A series of tsunamis smashed into the Pacific island nations of American and Western Samoa killing possibly more than 100 people, some washed out to sea, destroying villages and injuring hundreds, officials said today.

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