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10 Dec 2020
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23 Feb 2020
An ex-rugby player killed himself in Australia after allegedly dousing his family with petrol and setting them alight in their family car in Brisbane on Wednesday, local media reported.
22 Oct 2019
French rugby: red cards and red faces
26 Sep 2019
The tattoo taboo: Rugby players and fans asked to cover up in Japan
8 Sep 2019
Japan may have been seen as a leftfield choice to host the Rugby World Cup but if you want a sense of the country’s long love affair with the game, you could do worse than to get along to Tokyo’s Fuwaku club.
19 May 2019
Australian rugby's governing body has terminated the contract of fullback Israel Folau for breaching the players' code of conduct. In a social media post, Folau said that hell awaited "drunks, homosexuals, adulterers."
17 Nov 2017
Olympics, Rugby, Golf: Has France become a champion of hosting bids?

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