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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    South Africa has ended Japan's home run at the rugby World Cup with a 26-3 quarter-final win in Tokyo

    South Africa has ended Japan's home run at the rugby World Cup with a 26-3 quarter-final win in Tokyo


    Wales will be their semi-final opponents after squeezing past France 20-19.

    The All Blacks meet England in the other last four match.



    The Michael Cheika-era in Australian rugby has ended.

    He's resigned his post as Wallabies rugby coach after five years.



    A Marcus Rashford strike has put Manchester United ahead 1-nil at halftime of their English Premier League football match against Liverpool at Anfield.

    Sadio Mane scored for the Reds, only to have it ruled out by the VAR for a hand ball.



    The Silver Ferns are limiting their Constellation Cup excitement after taking a 2-1 lead in the series with a 54-53 victory over Australia in game three at Sydney.

    Captain Laura Langman says they've got to manage their week carefully with a wait until Sunday for the fourth and final game.



    Golfer Danny Lee has fallen short of a second PGA Tour win in South Korea.

    He's finished second, carding a three-under par 69 in the final round to finish 18-under overall, two shots behind winner Justin Thomas.



    Wellington Phoenix coach Ufuk Talay's lamenting their performance at set pieces in a 2-1 A-League defeat to Sydney FC.

    Both goals were conceded in that fashion.

    Wellington have no points after two weeks of the competition.



    The Sydney Kings have got the better of the Breakers again, this time 76-66 in their Australian Basketball League in Auckland.



    India hold the advantage after the second day of the third test with South Africa in Ranchi.

    Rohit Sharma's hit 212 to help his side reach 497 for nine declared.

    The hosts reduced the Proteas to nine for two after five overs before bad light stopped play.

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