Nic White

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The Wallabies Rugby World Cup squad. Photograph: Nick Mulvenney/Reuters

Rugby Australia is willing to bet the farm on the Wallabies winning the World Cup in Japan. The 31-man World Cup squad announced on Friday includes t(...)

Australia’s Nic White will start against the All Blacks. Photoraph:  Christiaan Kotze/Getty Images

Australia have approached fixtures against New Zealand more in hope than expectation over the last 12 years but their record against the All Blacks in(...)

New Zealand coach Steve Hansen:  he continues his “risk and reward” experimentation policy. Photograph: Getty Images

Australia v New Zealand, Optus Stadium, Perth, Saturday, 10.45am (Irish time). Live on Sky Sports Action All Blacks coach Steve Hansen believes Kiera(...)

 New Zealand after winning the Rugby Championship last year. Photograph: Getty Images

With the Rugby Championship being seen as little more than a World Cup warmup for the southern hemisphere’s top four nations the abridged tournament c(...)

Saracens’ Jamie George celebrates scoring their fifth try during the Gallagher Premiership Final against Exeter at Twickenham. Photograph: Paul Harding/PA Wire

Saracens 37 Exeter 34 Saracens were acclaimed as the greatest English club side of all time by the opponents they edged 37-34 in a thrilling Gallaghe(...)

Munster’s Tadhg Beirne blocks a kick from Nic White of Exeter Chiefs during the Heineken Champions Cup match at  Thomond Park. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Munster 9 Exeter 7 It wasn’t pretty, rather it was a little ugly. It wasn’t anything like some of the roller-coaster rides Thomond Park has witnesse(...)

Exeter winger Tom O’Flaherty  dives over to score his side’s fourth and bonus-point try during the Champions Cup match against Castres  at Sandy Park. Photograph: Dan Mullan/Getty Images

Exeter Chiefs 34 Castres 12 Exeter kept alive their Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final hopes with a 34-12 bonus-point victory over Castres at Sandy(...)

Exeter Chiefs’ Jack Nowell scores a   try against Bath  during the Gallagher Premiership match at the Recreation Ground, Bath.  Photograph:  Nick Potts/PA

Leinster’s Heineken Champions Cup victory over the Exeter Chiefs at Sandy Park last season will have provided source material in analysis terms for th(...)

Nathan Earle scores  Saracens’  fourth try during the  Premiership final against  Exeter Chiefs at Twickenham. Photograph: Henry Browne/Getty Images

Saracens 27 Exeter 10 Saracens were crowned Aviva Premiership champions for a third time in four seasons after ending Exeter’s title reign at Twicken(...)

Jonny Gray carries during Glasgow’s win over Exeter. Photograph: Ian MacNicol/Getty

Glasgow Warriors 28 Exeter 21 Glasgow broke their duck in this season’s Champions Cup with a 28-21 bonus-point win that dissolved Exeter’s chances of(...)

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