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Julian Linden

Gentle giant Lomu changed rugby forever

Nov 18 2015

Less than three weeks after the All Blacks emerged triumphant at rugby's most successful World Cup, the sport was plunged into mourning following the untimely death of one its favourite sons, Jonah Lomu, who passed away on Wednesday at the age of 40.

NEWSMAKER-Rugby-Gentle giant Lomu changed rugby forever

Nov 18 2015

Nov 18 Less than three weeks after the All Blacks emerged triumphant at rugby's most successful World Cup, the sport was plunged into mourning following the untimely death of one its favourite sons, Jonah Lomu, who passed away on Wednesday at the age of 40.

Wallabies focus ahead after final loss

Nov 01 2015

LONDON The 2015 Rugby World Cup has already been consigned to history for Australia. Now the focus turns to the next tournament in Japan in four years' time.

Rugby-Wallabies focus ahead after final loss

Nov 01 2015

LONDON, Nov 1 The 2015 Rugby World Cup has already been consigned to history for Australia. Now the focus turns to the next tournament in Japan in four years' time.

No excuses, say beaten Wallabies

Oct 31 2015

LONDON The glum look on the faces of the Australians said it all; their best was just not good enough. As hard they tried, they were powerless to stop New Zealand from winning Saturday's Rugby World Cup final at Twickenham.

No excuses, say beaten Wallabies

Oct 31 2015

LONDON The glum look on the faces of the Australians said it all; their best was just not good enough. As hard they tried, they were powerless to stop New Zealand from winning Saturday's Rugby World Cup final at Twickenham.

Rugby-No excuses, say beaten Wallabies

Oct 31 2015

LONDON, Oct 31 The glum look on the faces of the Australians said it all; their best was just not good enough. As hard they tried, they were powerless to stop New Zealand from winning Saturday's Rugby World Cup final at Twickenham.

Beaten Wallabies lose final but win back lost fans

Oct 31 2015

LONDON The agony of losing the World Cup final to New Zealand will not linger long for Australia.

Beaten Wallabies lose final but win back lost fans

Oct 31 2015

LONDON The agony of losing the World Cup final to New Zealand will not linger long for Australia.

Rugby-Beaten Wallabies lose final but win back lost fans

Oct 31 2015

LONDON, Oct 31 The agony of losing the World Cup final to New Zealand will not linger long for Australia.

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