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Apr 18, 2002:  New Zealand Rugby Football Union's Chairman Murray McCaw has expressed his disappointment with the International Rugby Board's decision to make Australia the sole host of Rugby World Cup 2003
Apr 18, 2002:  Singapore's scorching tropical weather could decide victory or defeat for the 16 teams contesting the eighth leg of the World Seven Series this weekend
Apr 18, 2002:  All Black flyhalf Andrew Mehrtens will be on the substitutes' bench for the Crusaders in Saturday's Super 12 game against the Sharks in Durban
Apr 18, 2002:  Stormers captain Corne Krige has pinpointed South Africa's injury list as the reason for their failure in Super 12 rugby this season
Apr 18, 2002:  Already facing the threat of being excluded from the running of next year's World Cup, New Zealand is now in line to lose one of its Super 12 teams, according to a report on Thursday
Apr 18, 2002:  Austrlian Rugby Union (ARU) chief executive John O'Neill has declared that the 2003 World Cup will be the best ever
Apr 18, 2002:  Australia will host the 2003 Rugby World Cup on their own following a decision from the International Rugby Board not to re-instate New Zealand as co-hosts
Apr 18, 2002:  VENUE & TIME: Durban - Sunday - 1:05 AEST COVERAGE: Fox Sports LAST TIME: Crusaders 34-24 - Christchurch WALKING WOUNDED The Sharks will yet again be without Springbok trio Mark Andrews (Achilles), Andre Snyman (knee) and Trevor Halsted (knee)
Apr 18, 2002:  VENUE & TIME: Ellis Park - Saturday - 23:00 AEST HEAD TO HEAD: Cats 1 Reds 3 COVERAGE: Fox Sports LAST TIME: Reds 22-16 - Ballymore WALKING WOUNDED The Cats were always going to struggle against the Blues when starting props Heinrich Kok (hamstring)
Apr 18, 2002:  VENUE & TIME: Aussie Stadium - Saturday - 19:35 AEST COVERAGE: Fox Sports LAST TIME: Brumbies 48-21 - Canberra WALKING WOUNDED The Brumbies haven't had the best week of preparation
Apr 18, 2002:  VENUE & TIME: Waikato Stadium - Saturday - 17:35 AEST HEAD TO HEAD: Chiefs 1 Stormers 3 COVERAGE: Fox Sports LAST TIME: Stormers 29-15 - Cape Town WALKING WOUNDED There are five changes for the Stormers
Apr 18, 2002:  VENUE & TIME: Auckland - Friday - 17:35 AEST HEAD TO HEAD: Blues 2 Bulls 2 COVERAGE: Fox Sports LAST TIME: Bulls 28-25 - Pretoria WALKING WOUNDED In a massive blow to not only the Blues but also the All Blacks, No.8 Ron Cribb has been ruled out for
Apr 18, 2002:  Brumbies flanker Owen Finegan is now rated as extremely doubtful for Saturday's crucial Super 12 clash against the Waratahs in Sydney
Apr 18, 2002:  Welsh/Scottish League club Bridgend are poised to make former New Zealand and Gloucester fly-half their new player-coach next season
Apr 18, 2002:  Munster have confirmed that Alan Gaffney will succeed Declan Kidney on June 1st as the province's new director of rugby
Apr 18, 2002:  The Australian Rugby Union is ready for any outcome following the release of the International Rugbt Board's decision on who will host the 2003 World Cup later today
Apr 18, 2002:  London Irish will make their first English cup final appearance for 22 years on Saturday, with rugby director Conor O'Shea declaring: "We don't want it to be a flash in the pan." The Exiles last appeared at Twickenham in 1980, when a Leicester side
Apr 18, 2002:  Northampton skipper Budge Pountney insists lifting the Powergen Cup at Twickenham is not his motivation for victory over London Irish on Saturday - he just wants rid of the big day out losing feeling
Apr 18, 2002:  Wales' fly-half Neil Jenkins was happy to playing again after coming on as a replacement in Cardiff's 27-16 victory over Caerphilly
Apr 18, 2002:  Former United States head coach Jack Clark has been interviewed for the post of rugby director at Bath
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