Daniel Carter

Late tries seal Crusaders win
Saturday 10th May 13:16

Two late scores saw the Canterbury Crusaders claim a last gasp Super 14 victory over Queensland Reds on Saturday.

Carter back for Crusaders
Thursday 8th May 09:12

The Crusaders have named star fly-half Dan Carter for the trip to Brisbane to play the Reds on Saturday.

Deans positive over Carter
Monday 31st March 10:59

Crusaders coach Robbie Deans has said he will not let Dan Carter's injury affect the way his side approaches the rest of the season.

Carter faces six week lay-off
Saturday 29th March 09:33

An ankle injury could see Crusaders fly-half Daniel Carter sidelined for up to six weeks.

Carter cropped in Wellington
Friday 28th March 10:37

The Crusaders' celebrations following their win against the Hurricanes were shortlived after Dan Carter suffered a knee injury.

Crusaders target Laeliifano
Thursday 14th February 12:02

Crusaders fly-half Daniel Carter has promised Brumbies playmaker Christian Lealiifano a torrid welcome to Super 14 rugby .

Carter ready for leadership
Monday 7th January 11:53

All Black fly-half Daniel Carter has been appointed as the new Crusaders vice-captain for the Super 14 season.

Carter may head north
Thursday 22nd November 15:11

New Zealand star Dan Carter has dropped his strongest hint yet that he may be set for a move to the Guinness Premiership.

McCaw: No hiding place
Thursday 12th July 10:20

All Black skipper Richie McCaw feels his side must raise their game.

Carter hails 'world-class' Wilko
Monday 9th July 12:15

All Black Dan Carter fears Jonny Wilkinson's return to form ahead of the World Cup.

Super 14 - week five round-up
Friday 10th March 09:11

Daniel Carter scored 15 points as Canterbury beat Waikato 25-19 in Hamilton.

Carter picks up another award
Friday 10th February 11:21

Daniel Carter has been named New Zealand's player of the year for 2005.

Dewi Morris' end of year review
Wednesday 28th December 10:57

Sky Sports' rugby union expert Dewi Morris takes a look back at 2005 in rugby union.


Phil Edwards explains why England's World Cup dreams will not be over if they lose their next two games

Phil Edwards explains why England's World Cup dreams will not be over if they lose their next two games

If England are to have any chance of launching a successful assault on the Everest that is next year's World Cup, then the widespread feeling seems to be that they simply have to win their next two games.

Pro12 Highlights

Pro12 Highlights

Highlights of all the Pro12 action, including Ulster's win over the Ospreys and Treviso's draw with Leinster.

Back Ireland to continue their winning ways

Back Ireland to continue their winning ways

It has been fairly even between Ireland and Australia in the last six meetings, three wins to Australia, two Irish victories and a draw, but recent form comes down in Ireland’s favour, with eight wins from nine contrasting to Australia's three victories in nine.

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Phil Edwards

Phil Edwards

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