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De Villiers a World Cup doubt

De Villiers a World Cup doubt

South Africa captain Jean de Villiers may be out of action for eight months and is a doubt for next year's World Cup.

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New injury woe for De Villiers

New injury woe for De Villiers

South Africa's Jean de Villiers is set for an extended spell on the sidelines after dislocating his knee against Wales.

England edge out Australia

England edge out Australia

England seized the psychological advantage ahead of next year's Rugby World Cup with a 26-17 triumph over Australia.

Hooper bows to England pack

Hooper bows to England pack

Australia captain Michael Hooper admitted the Wallabies had no answer for England’s pack as they slipped to a 26-17 defeat.

Wales end Springbok drought

Wales end Springbok drought

Wales ended their 15 year wait for victory against South Africa with a 12-6 triumph over the Springboks on Saturday.

Horne earns Wallabies recall

Horne earns Wallabies recall

Australia have recalled winger Rob Horne and flanker Sean McMahon for Saturday's QBE International against England.

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