The Duke of Sussex has praised the England rugby team for an “outstanding job” and urged them to hold their heads high after their dreams of Rugby World Cup victory ended in disappointment.
Heartbroken rugby fans have had their hopes of World Cup glory dashed after South Africa’s victory in Japan this morning.
Anxious England rugby fans have filled pubs up and down the country for the nation’s nail-biting showdown with South Africa.
He was one of the most controversial figures in the history of Scotland's islands; a man who arrived to a hero's welcome on Eigg, but ended up having his effigy- and his Rolls Royce - burned.
The Queen and the Prime Minister have sent messages of good luck to the England rugby team as they prepare to take on South Africa in the World Cup final.
Saturday morning will be a good test for newlyweds Rosie and Ken Marshall as they cheer on rival teams in the Rugby World Cup final.
An Essex rugby fan is travelling to Japan from a family trip in Australia in the hopes of securing Rugby World Cup final tickets.
A rugby super-fan has spent more than £8,000 on tickets to see England play in the World Cup.
Duane Vermeulen believes South Africa have to find a way to improve on perfection to combat Wales’s “talisman” Alun Wyn Jones’ lineout threat.
Alan Quinlan believes Ireland must not hit the “panic button” after their seventh quarter-final defeat in nine World Cups.
Wycombe Conservative MP Steve Baker met an unexpected constituent in Buckinghamshire late on Friday night – a kangaroo, or possibly a wallaby.
Centre Jonathan Davies and fly-half Dan Biggar have been named in the Wales starting line-up for Sunday’s Rugby World Cup quarter-final against France.
England have sought to overcome any loss of momentum caused by the cancellation of their World Cup group decider by engaging in a full-blooded training session on the day they would have been facing France.
Scotland’s hopes of forcing World Rugby to play their pivotal World Cup game against Japan tomorrow appear to be floundering despite Scottish Rugby CEO Mark Dodson claiming “in the court of public opinion, we’ve already won” in the case to have the game not cancelled.
As Scotland face being eliminated from the Rugby World Cup by a typhoon, here are three of our nation’s unluckiest exits
If a Japanese typhoon punctures our national rugby team's World Cup chances, it will surely go down as one of the most Scottish of our eliminations from international tournaments.
Jamie Ritchie might have been many people’s man of the match for Scotland in the sweatbox against Samoa, but at least it meant he got off with having to sing for his award in the dressing room afterwards.
Aberdeen Grammar surged back to form in the Premiership after their disappointing defeat to Glasgow Hawks by thrashing Selkirk 44-24.
Highland, not content with gaining promotion from National League 2 last season, look set on making another promotion push to the Premiership after a 34-18 success against Gala.
England will launch their World Cup quest with all guns blazing after naming their strongest available side for Sunday’s clash with Tonga at the Sapporo Dome.
Scotland kick-off their World Cup campaign against a familiar Irish side on Sunday.
Former Welsh rugby star Gareth Thomas has said that he “absolutely would not” have revealed his HIV diagnosis if a newspaper had not threatened to publish it.
It was one of the most controversial incidents of the 1991 World Cup: the high shoulder tackle on Irish full-back Jim Staples by Scotland flanker Finlay Calder in the group decider at Murrayfield.
Highland extracted full and ample revenge on Biggar, the side who had beaten them twice last season when the two were promoted from National League 2, despite having to play in a gale force wind sweeping down the glen throughout.
Aberdeen Grammar were brought down to earth with a bump by Glasgow Hawks at Balgray, despite winger Nathan Brown scoring a hat-trick of tries.
Former Wales rugby captain Gareth Thomas is planning to team up with the Duke of Sussex to raise awareness of HIV.
Former Wales rugby star Gareth Thomas hugged his husband as he finished a gruelling 140-mile Ironman triathlon just a day after revealing he is HIV positive.
The Duke of Sussex met young rugby players when he visited a secondary school to mark a major milestone for a Rugby World Cup legacy scheme to get more children playing the sport.
Thank heavens the Rugby World Cup is finally looming into view after what has been an interminable series of warm-up contests in recent weeks.
Highland staged the most remarkable comeback ever seen by head coach Dave Carson to get their National 1 campaign off to a winning start.
Gordonians made a poor start to life in National League 2, losing 18-10 at Countesswells to Border side Peebles.
Aberdeen Grammar returned to the Premiership after an absence of five years with a four-try flourish to get their campaign off to the best of starts against Edinburgh Accies.
There was disappointment for England as Australia retained the Ashes with a 185-run victory in the fourth Test at Old Trafford.