Mar 1, 1988
Jo Durie plays a backhand volley
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Jan 23, 1988
Steffi Graf of Germany raises the trophy after beating Chris Evert to win the 1988 Australian Open
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Dan Carter nominated for prestigious BBC sports award
All Blacks great named alongside athletics god Usain Bolt, swimming sensation Katie Ledecky, world golf No.1 Jordan Spieth and world tennis No.1s Novak Djokovic and Serena Williams.
Leinster claim bragging rights over Ulster in bruising derby
Leo Cullen's Leinster claimed a deserved 8-3 victory over Ulster to get back on track after two disappointing weeks in Europe.
Myler kicks Saints to victory over Gloucester
An impressively dominant scrum helped Northampton Saints register a 15-3 Aviva Premiership win over Gloucester at Franklin's Gardens on Friday evening.
PRO Rugby Wales CEO Mark Davies disappointed by North's call to stay at Saints
"We'd all want to see our best players playing in Wales, why would we want it any different."
Wasps hit by Christian Wade injury blow
Wasps winger faces two to three months on the sidelines with foot injury.
Buzz building around Wasps' new era
From the brink of receivership four seasons ago to a landmark win against the European champions -- Wasps have plenty to be optimistic about, Tom Hamilton writes
Greg Growden remembers 'sporting phenomenon' Jonah Lomu
Every superlative directed Jonah Lomu's way during the legendary winger's rugby career was unquestionably deserved, writes Greg Growden.
Trailblazer Jonah Lomu redefined rugby for the professional era
All Blacks great Jonah Lomu redefined everything when he turned up and showed the impact he could have on a game of rugby, Craig Dowd writes.
Mr Nice Guy Stuart Lancaster found wanting with England
Stuart Lancaster's England came up short when the pressure was on but his knowledge should be retained in some way, writes Tom Hamilton.
Rewind: Dicky Lookwood - English rugby union's forgotten hero
Despite his small stature, the 5-foot-4 threequarter rose from humble beginnings to become England captain and a historic figure in both union and league, writes Huw Richards.