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Tuesday 17th February 11:51
Former France and Wasps captain Raphael Ibanez has announced his retirement from club rugby with immediate effect.
Friday 12th December 09:56
London Wasps have confirmed that club captain Raphael Ibanez faces up to six weeks out after suffering numerous head injuries.
Monday 4th August 17:05
French hooker Raphael Ibanez has been named the new captain of London Wasps.
Thursday 17th January 07:50
Munster and Wasps have been given the green light to select their first-choice hookers for Saturday's do-or-die Heineken Cup clash.
Tuesday 11th December 10:04
After London Wasps' 37-27 weekend defeat to ASM Clermont Auvergne Raphael Ibanez is prepared for Saturday's re-match.
Wednesday 14th November 10:41
France captain Raphael Ibanez has paid tribute to London Wasps for helping rediscover his love of rugby union.
Sunday 21st October 17:15
France captain Raphaël Ibañez has been suspended for one match after admitting a charge of stamping on Argentina lock Rimas Alvarez Kairelis.
Monday 13th August 14:53
France have named injured prop Sylvain Marconnet in their 30-man World Cup squad.
Tuesday 3rd July 13:38
Jo Maso says it was an 'easy' decision name Raphael Ibanez as captain.
Monday 2nd July 13:13
Raphael Ibanez has been charged with captaining France to glory at the World Cup.
Tuesday 17th April 17:59
Josh Lewsey admits Wasps want to improve on their 35-29 win against Saints.
Sunday 10th December 16:45
Wasps demolished Treviso 55-0 at the Causeway Stadium.
Monday 20th November 18:37
Fabien Pelous and Jean-Baptiste Elissalde are not fit to face Argentina.
Tuesday 14th November 17:53
Raphael Ibanez has been called upon to lift France from the depths of defeat.
Saturday 18th March 12:35
George Chuter will learn if his season is effectively over on Thursday.
Thursday 9th February 20:45
Craig Dowd admits he has mixed emotions over the call-up of Raphael Ibanez.
Sunday 25th September 18:00
Champions Wasps beat Worcester to move back into second place in the Premiership.
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