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Remember the name: Asafo Aumua.

New Zealand have another gem ready to step off their rugby production line, with Wellington youngster Asafo Aumua a potential inclusion on the All Blacks' end-of-year tour.

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Tokyo mark two-year countdown to RWC.

Japan marked two years to go until they host the 2019 Rugby World Cup with a special unveiling of the Webb Ellis Cup.

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Could Habana make Springboks return?

Bryan Habana spoke at DNAFit's London HQ about the upcoming Test between the All Blacks and South Africa as well as his International future.

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Australia

Wallabies' season rates a 'D' so far.

Greg Growden and Sam Bruce run the rule over the Wallabies' 2017 Test season to date, nominating Kurtley Beale and Adam Coleman as the only two players to perform consistently.

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Rugby player shoves referee in the face.

A rugby player has been banned for 10 years after he shoved a referee in the face during his grand final match. (courtesy @BarTVsports/Twitter)

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Force appeal dismissed

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Only blue and green jerseys at Wallabies Test in Perth.

Greg Growden believes the Western Force won't give up their fight with the ARU and expects there to be few Wallabies jerseys in the crowd when they play the Springboks on Saturday night.

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ARU chairman Cameron Clyne says he is happy to sit down with retired Force skipper Matt Hodgson and explain rationale behind decision to axe the franchise. Clyne says ARU "absolutely respects" contribution Hodgson has made to Force and Aussie rugby.

Sam Bruce, ESPN Associate Editor
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Western Force

ARU chairman Cameron Clyne says governing body has now twice been vindicated by legal rulings on its decision to axe Western Force. Clyne says RugbyWA was given ample time to produce a financial package and he wonders where Andrew Forrest and others were earlier in the piece.

Sam Bruce, ESPN Associate Editor
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England

Rugby

Jones: Tuilagi must stay out of the pub to play for England.

England head coach Eddie Jones is adamant that Manu Tuilagi has a future with the side as long as he can stay out of the pub and keep himself fit.

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Warringah claim emotional Shute Shield victory.

The Rats, playing in memory of Lachlan Ward, defeated Northern Suburbs in a tremendous Shute Shield Grand Final at sold-out North Sydney Oval.

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The emotion and joy of victory. Smell of sweat and grass burns the nostrils. Sweet smell of success. Congratulations Warringah Rats. 🏉

Andy Withers, ESPN Managing Editor
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Wallabies

O'Connor: There's a lot I want to do with Wallabies.

Sale Sharks' James O'Connor is keeping the door open to a Test return and says he believes that Australia can still beat the All Blacks despite losing their first Bledisloe Cup encounter.

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Western Force

High performance, grassroots complicated beasts.

The decision to axe the Western Force should free up some funds for grassroots rugby and high performance but both areas of Australian rugby will need some streamlining, Greg Growden and Sam Bruce agree.

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