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BBC Rugby News

Rugby Australia denies 'backing down' over Folau settlement

CEO Raelene Castle defends a decision to settle with the Wallabies star sacked for homophobic remarks.

Ireland's style of play not developed enough for World Cup, says IRFU review

Ireland should have developed their style of play further ahead of the World Cup, an official IRFU review has said.

Former captain Barclay retires from Scotland duty after 76 caps

Former Scotland captain John Barclay says he is "unbelievably proud" to have "lived his boyhood dream" after retiring from international rugby.

England centre Joseph returns for Bath v Clermont

England centre Jonathan Joseph returns from injury as Bath host Clermont Auvergne in the Champions Cup on Friday.

Rugby network 'supportive' of gay ref Maxwell-Keys

Premiership referee Craig Maxwell-Keys says the rugby network has been supportive after he came out as gay via WhatsApp.

Anton Bresler: Worcester Warriors lock agrees contract extension

Lock Anton Bresler becomes the latest Worcester Warriors player to extend their contract with the Premiership club.

Ireland underestimated humidity at World Cup in Japan - Best

Ireland's failure to prepare effectively for the humidity in Japan negatively affected their performance at the Rugby World Cup, Rory Best says.

European Challenge Cup: Edinburgh v Wasps (Fri)

Scotland wing Darcy Graham returns from long-term injury for Edinburgh as Wales back-row Thomas Young is back for Wasps in the European Challenge Cup.

BBC Sport

Everton sack Marco Silva as manager after 18 months in charge

Everton dismiss manager Marco Silva after 18 months in charge with the club in the relegation zone.

Gareth Bale 'not ecstatic' at Real Madrid, agent tells Euro Leagues Football Show

Gareth Bale "is not ecstatic" at Real Madrid, but there's "no guarantee" he will leave in January, says his agent Jonathan Barnett.

Joshua v Ruiz II: Anthony Joshua responds to 'sportwashing' Saudi human rights claims

British heavyweight Anthony Joshua fields questions about Saudi 'sportwashing' human rights abuse claims with his re-match against Andy Ruiz Jr.

Romelu Lukaku & Chris Smalling criticise 'Black Friday' headline

Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku and Roma defender Chris Smalling condemn the 'Black Friday' headline used by Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport.

World Cup 2026: Meet the future North American stars dreaming of success

At the Under-17 World Cup in November, the US, Mexico and Canada were taking to the international stage - and some players had the 2026 World Cup in mind.

Bob Willis: Tributes after former England cricket captain and Ashes hero dies

Former England captain Bob Willis has been hailed as a "phenomenal" cricketer following his death at the age of 70.

Man Utd: Marcus Rashford praised by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Manchester United's Marcus Rashford played as though he was 'back on the playground' in his match-winning display against Tottenham says manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Anthony Joshua v Andy Ruiz II: Ruiz Sr on his son's new-found fame - and car habit

As Andy Ruiz Jr prepares to defend his heavyweight titles against Anthony Joshua, his father talks to BBC Sport about watching his son's world change.

BBC Live Football Feeds and Football News

Everton sack Marco Silva as manager after 18 months in charge

Everton dismiss manager Marco Silva after 18 months in charge with the club in the relegation zone.

Romelu Lukaku & Chris Smalling criticise 'Black Friday' headline

Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku and Roma defender Chris Smalling condemn the 'Black Friday' headline used by Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport.

Gareth Bale 'not ecstatic' at Real Madrid, agent tells Euro Leagues Football Show

Gareth Bale "is not ecstatic" at Real Madrid, but there's "no guarantee" he will leave in January, says his agent Jonathan Barnett.

FA Cup: BBC One to show third-round tie between Liverpool and Everton

Everton's trip to Anfield to face Liverpool in the FA Cup third round will be shown live on BBC One.

Euro 2020 TV picks: England and Wales openers to be shown live on BBC

England and Wales' opening group matches at next summer's European Championships will be broadcast live across the BBC.

World Cup 2026: Meet the future North American stars dreaming of success

At the Under-17 World Cup in November, the US, Mexico and Canada were taking to the international stage - and some players had the 2026 World Cup in mind.

Neil Lennon hails Celtic captain Scott Brown as 'modern-day great'

Captain Scott Brown is hailed as a "modern-day great" by manager Neil Lennon after his stoppage-time goal earns Celtic a potentially pivotal victory over Hamilton Academical.

Liverpool name strong Fifa Club World Cup squad

Liverpool name a strong 23-man squad for the Fifa Club World Cup later this month and have included youngsters Rhian Brewster, Curtis Jones, Harvey Elliott and Neco Williams.

BBC Live Cricket Feeds and Cricket News

Sri Lanka appoint Mickey Arthur as new head coach

Sri Lanka appoint former Pakistan, Australia and South Africa coach Mickey Arthur as their new head coach on a two-year contract.

'Look at that!' Cricketer wows crowd with magic celebration

Watch spinner Tabraiz Shamsi wow the crowd as he celebrates a wicket during a T20 match in South Africa by performing a magic trick involving a red handkerchief.

Bob Willis: Tributes after former England cricket captain and Ashes hero dies

Former England captain Bob Willis has been hailed as a "phenomenal" cricketer following his death at the age of 70.

Bob Willis: Former England cricket captain dies aged 70

Former England captain Bob Willis, who took 325 Test wickets and was a hero of the 1981 Ashes, has died at the age of 70.

England in New Zealand: What did we learn from tourists' series defeat?

From batting big to bowling options - England's series defeat in New Zealand provided some answers, but some familiar questions remain.

The Hundred: England captains Eoin Morgan & Heather Knight to lead London Spirit

England captains Eoin Morgan and Heather Knight will lead the Lord's-based London Spirit in the inaugural Hundred competition next summer.

Joe Root: England captain returns to Test batting top 10

England captain Joe Root moves back into the top 10 of the Test batting rankings following his double century against New Zealand.

England cricket team: Jeetan Patel appointed as spin bowling consultant

England appoint Jeetan Patel as their spin-bowling consultant for the tours of South Africa and Sri Lanka.

BBC Tennis News and Feeds

BBC Sport advent calendar: Serena Williams takes a tumble into crowd at Wimbledon 2014

Day five of BBC Sport's advent calendar looking back at the sporting decade features one of the greatest tennis players of all time giving her all to win a point at Wimbledon.

BBC Sport advent calendar: Great Britain win their first Davis Cup in 79 years in 2015

Day four of BBC Sport's advent calendar looking back at the sporting decade features Andy Murray, Belgium and the 2015 Davis Cup final.

Roger Federer to become first living person to be celebrated on Swiss coins

Switzerland's 20-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer will become the first living person to be celebrated on a coin in the country.

Court to be 'recognised' at Australian Open despite 'demeaning' views

Margaret Court's 1970 Grand Slam will be "recognised" at January's Australian Open despite her personal views, says Tennis Australia.

Andy Murray documentary: Eight things we learned from Resurfacing

Dunblane, retirement tears, and watching videos of his surgery - eight things Andy Murray's new Amazon documentary revealed.

Andy Murray: ‘You’re always putting on a brave face’

Andy Murray tells BBC Radio 5 Live about his long-term hip injury, rehabilitation and return to tennis.

Former Wimbledon champion Mirza to compete after maternity break

Former Wimbledon doubles champion Sania Mirza will return to competitive tennis in January, two years since her last match before taking time out to have her baby.

Davis Cup: What worked, what didn't & what needs to change

What worked in the new-look Davis Cup finals, what didn’t and what are the lessons to learn before next year? BBC Sport analyses the event.


 
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