Australia files complaint against French referee Mathieu Raynal

The Wallabies have still not digested the whistle of Mr. Raynal, who offered victory to the All Blacks in stoppage time last Saturday. The French referee will however officiate again for the revenge this Saturday. Five days that Australian officials and media did not take off. Repeat their anger towards Mr. Raynal guilty, according to … Read more

three former Grenoble players sent back to the assizes for violating

The Bordeaux Court of Appeal confirmed on Thursday the referral to the Assize Court of three former FC Grenoble rugby players implicated in a rape case in Mérignac (Gironde) in 2017, according to a judicial source. The investigating chamber confirmed the indictment issued on June 12, 2019 against Irishman Denis Coulson, 28, New Zealander Rory … Read more

Blacks and Boks in a distance fight for the title

New Zealand and South Africa, both leading the Rugby Championship with 14 points, will engage in a distance duel on Saturday in Auckland and Durban for the final crown, during the 6th and final day. . The All Blacks, in search of their third consecutive victory in this flagship competition in the southern hemisphere (knowing … Read more

The Pumas Matias Moroni and Juan Imhoff holders against South Africa

Center Matias Moroni and winger Juan Imhoff are the only two changes to Argentina’s starting XV, which face South Africa on Saturday in Durban on behalf of the sixth and final day of the Rugby Championship. Winners of the Pumas (36-20) on the previous day in Buenos Aires, the Springboks, second on equal points (14) … Read more

Wasps in the midst of a financial crisis

The club with six English championship titles is in a critical situation and risks relegation. The English club Wasps has requested the appointment of a receiver after failing to repay a loan of 35 million pounds (40 million euros), a measure which could lead to its relegation, writes the Times on Wednesday. “The club were … Read more

French golf wants to move upmarket on the world stage

By Laurent Louet Published 2 minutes ago, Update 2 minutes ago Englishman Tommy Fleetwood wins the 101st HNA Open de France, in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, July 2, 2017. LAHALLE PIERRE/SPORTS PRESS INVESTIGATION – The discipline may well be the fourth largest sports federation in the country by the number of licensees, but its international influence remains insufficient … Read more

Springbok Jantjies in turmoil after confession of extramarital affair

The fly-half has admitted committing adultery, but not with the Springbok dietitian. His wife is not angry with the South African federation; And the Japanese franchise wants to terminate its contract. This is the story that has been making headlines in the South African tabloids for two weeks: the infidelity of which the Springboks’ opening … Read more

injured, Welsh full-back Liam Williams out of autumn testing

Welsh XV full-back Liam Williams will miss his side’s autumn international tour after suffering a collarbone injury in his first game for Cardiff, the club announced on Tuesday. The rear was injured on Saturday in the first half of the match between his new club Cardiff and Munster (20-13 victory) and underwent surgery on Monday … Read more

Smith wins Chicago Tournament

The Aussie won his first title on the dissident LIV professional circuit. Australian Cameron Smith, defending British Open champion, won his first LIV Golf title on Sunday, beating Dustin Johnson and Peter Uihlein in the home stretch of the Chicago tournament. Smith returned a 69 (-3) to finish 13 under in the 54-hole tournament at … Read more

South Africa logically wins against Argentina

The Boks dominated the Pumas on Saturday with the bonus on Matchday 5 of the Rugby Championship. A hyper-realistic South Africa thought they had done the hardest part in the first half before seeing a valiant, but clumsy, Argentina team coming back on their heels, but the power of the Boks finally won everything on … Read more