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Keith Earls Makes Extraordinary Comeback As Champions Cup Squads Are Named

Having suffered what looked to be a season-ending injury during Ireland’s Six Nations campaign, Keith Earls will make an incredible comeback for Munster in this weekend’s Champions Cup semi-final… Munster will travel to Bordeaux to take on Racing 92 on Sunday while Leinster will essentially have home advantage as they prepare to welcome the Scarlets to the Aviva Stadium this …

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Lion’s Share Of Ulster Supporters “Appalled” Or “Disappointed” By Jackson And Olding Axeing

The fallout from the decision to terminate the contracts of Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding looks set to continue with the results of a poll of Ulster supporters showing an overall disagreement with the decision. The IRFU and Ulster Rugby issued a joint statement last week outlining that the two players have had their contracts revoked after the findings of …

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English-Based South African Player Receives Huge Ban For Doping

Yorkshire Carnegie and the RFU have announced that South African born flanker, Brandon Staples, has had his contract terminated immediately after being found guilty of doping. Staples tested positive for the presence of three steroids including Dehydrochloromethyl-Testosterone, Metandienone and Stanozolol. The 20-year-old South African was tested after a training session back in August 2017 and the urine sample which was taken …

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All Blacks Legend Empathises With Israel Folau After Latest Set Of Homophobic Comments

Israel Folau has been widely condemned this week after the 29-year-old published an article in which he repeatedly tried to justify his belief that homosexuality is a sin.  Tweeting about Folau’s piece in the Player’s Voice, All Blacks scrumhalf TJ Perenara stated that he strongly disagreed with the Australian’s comments and that there was no justifying such an archaic belief …

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Five Talking Points Ahead Of Huge Weekend Of Super Rugby

A mounting Blues injury list, Jamie Joseph’s New Zealand return, a buoyant Bulls and the front-loading Waratahs are among five talking points ahead of this week’s of Super Rugby action. – Cooper’s gripe backed by Blues  – If Waikato Chiefs coach Colin Cooper wanted evidence to back up his complaint about the physical toll local derbies are taking on New …

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