Dean Mumm

Aviva Premiership: Exeter Chiefs captain Dean Mumm signs contract extension
Thursday 19th December 10:28

Exeter Chiefs captain Dean Mumm has agreed a two-year contract extension that will keep him at Sandy Park until 2016.

Elliot Daly among the latest additions to the Barbarians squad
Wednesday 15th May 08:56

The Barbarians have confirmed exciting prospect Elliot Daly and Saracens hooker Schalk Brits have been added to their squad to face England and the British and Irish Lions.

Palu and Mumm re-sign
Wednesday 30th March 11:16

Wycliff Palu and Dean Mumm have ignored overseas offers to re-sign with the Australian Rugby Union and the NSW Waratahs.

Mumm banned for two weeks
Sunday 14th February 13:14

NSW Waratahs forward Dean Mumm has been suspended for a fortnight, but Will Caldwell and Adam Byrnes are in the clear.

Wallabies to be Mumm's boys
Monday 2nd November 09:18

Dean Mumm will captain Australia for the first time when the Wallabies take on Gloucester at Kingsholm on Tuesday evening.

Features

Give George Ford the chance to shine for England, says Dewi Morris

Give George Ford the chance to shine for England, says Dewi Morris

I watched Bath v Saracens last Friday and was very impressed with George Ford and how well he controlled that game for Bath. I would love to see him play a big role in the autumn internationals and I hope Stuart Lancaster starts him for at least two of the four Tests.

England coach Stuart Lancaster answers your questions live on Sky Sports News

England coach Stuart Lancaster answers your questions live on Sky Sports News

The England coach will be chatting with Sky Sports News on Monday - tweet us your questions using #asklancaster

Q&A with USA Sevens coach Mike Friday

Q&A with USA Sevens coach Mike Friday

The former England player and coach, now coaching USA, talks to Sky Sports about his teams chances of qualifying for Rio in 2016, as well as the ongoing issues currently facing Kenya's 7s team.

Experts & Blogs

Phil Edwards

Phil Edwards

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