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Victorian Premier Ted Baillieu (L) talks with Australian rugby union star Quade Cooper (2/L), ARU Managing Director and CEO John O’Neill (2/R) and Welsh international player Gareth Delve (R) at the 2013 Lions Tour

Rebels welcome the Lions to Melbourne

Melbourne Rebels CEO, Steven Boland, has welcomed today’s announcement that will see Melbourne host two matches, including one of three Tests, when the British and Irish Lions make their long-awaited…

In at the deep end: Sam Tomkins will make his union debut against the world's second-best nation

Barbarians v Australia – preview

You never know what to expect when the Barbarians come to town – but this weekend’s Killik Cup clash against Australia at Twickenham contains more uncertainties than usual, writes Alan…

Scotland Sevens won the Bowl Final during the IRB Sevens tournament at Twickenham

Scots look to shine on Gold Coast

It’s now less than 48 hours until Scotland 7s open their 2011/12 HSBC Sevens World Series campaign on the Australian Gold Coast. The 12-man squad first face England, at 1.19pm…

Chris Cusiter signs until 2015

Chris Cusiter signs until 2015

Glasgow Warriors have delivered a significant statement of intent by securing Chris Cusiter, a British & Irish Lion and one of the leading scrum-halves in the world game, on a…

Happier times: Nathan Hines and Andy Robinson celebrate their 21-17 victory over South Africa in 2010

Nathan Hines retires from international rugby

Nathan Hines, the 77-times-capped Scotland forward, is retiring from international rugby after 11 years in the Test arena, he announced today. Hines, known affectionately as Wagga, only came to Scotland,…

Murrayfield 2009 - The last time they met - Scotland

Scotland renew rivalry with Wallabies during 2012

Scotland will renew their rivalry with Australia next summer in a one-off Test match, which will be the Wallabies first game since their third placed finish in Rugby World Cup.…