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Danny Cipriani gets England recall, for now

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Danny Cipriani's six-year England rugby union exile came to an end Thursday when he was named in a preliminary training squad ahead of next month's tour of New Zealand.

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Danny Cipriani set to face All Blacks in first Test

Prodigal son: Danny Cipriani last played for England in 2008.

Mick Cleary Danny Cipriani's big chance as George Ford misses tour of New Zealand

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Danny Cipriani selected for England tour

Mick Cleary Stuart Lancaster, the England head coach, says Danny Cipriani has a fighting chance of claiming the No.10 shirt for the opening Test against the All Blacks in Auckland on June 7.

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Ex-Rebel Danny Cipriani hit by bus

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Former Melbourne Rebels and England five-eighth Danny Cipriani has been hospitalised after being hit by a bus while on a night out in Leeds.

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Waratahs hit first big hurdle with Dave Dennis injury

Paul Cully

Paul Cully Dennis may not be a highlight reels man, but he gives the Waratahs such great balance.

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James O'Connor may have opened the sabbatical door for Australian rugby players

Paul Cully

Paul Cully When James O'Connor returns, as seems likely, to Australian rugby espousing the benefits of a European rugby experience, European holidays and a stint with the European champions in the south and...

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New Zealand deliver blackest of days for Lancaster

The new Lomu: Julian Savea was the scourge of England.

Mick Cleary The shortest day yielded the longest night for England. This was a desperately dispiriting end to the tour, a rout in the first half, a troubling setback for England as they went down to their second...

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All Black Brodie Retallick fails to name a single England player

Faux pas: Brodie Retallick of the Chiefs and All Blacks.

If England's goal was for an anonymous build-up to the first Test against New Zealand on Saturday, it appears to have been a success.

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James Haskell earns recall to England side

Recalled: James Haskell.

Loose forward James Haskell has been recalled to England's starting team after an absence of 12 months for the opening match of their three-test series against New Zealand at Eden Park on Saturday.

New Zealand All Blacks scrape past England in First Test

Clash of the Titans: Ma'a Nonu tackles England's Marland Yarde.

Marc Hinton A scratchy All Blacks side have survived a scare to down England 20-15 in Auckland in the opening match of their three-Test rugby series.

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New Zealand All Blacks v England - First Test

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Stephen Samuelson Live coverage as the New Zealand All Blacks host England at Eden Park.

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With amigos like these ...

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Andrew Webster SOMEONE had to say something.

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Kurtley Beale signs with Waratahs

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Georgina Robinson The Wallabies playmaker and former Rebel has signed a one-year deal with the Waratahs, returning to the club at which he made his Super Rugby debut six years ago.

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Rocky Melbourne Rebels to leave no stone unturned

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Stathi Paxinos The Melbourne Rebels have been described in various ways since a consortium of business people, fronted by media buyer Harold Mitchell, was awarded Australia's fifth Super Rugby licence before the...

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Where is the northern hemisphere's answer to Cooper, Folau or Savea?

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Mick Cleary The November internationals whetted the appetite for the World Cup, particularly for fans of the southern giants.

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Struggling Sale

Mitchell hails Cipriani as secret to Sale survival

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Mick Cleary Prospective coach likely to consult former England coach Brian Ashton in the hope of getting best out of strugglers' enigmatic No.10.

Rookie Rebel gets jump on Beale

Angus Roberts

James O'Connor or Kurtley Beale at No.10? That's the big dilemma facing Melbourne Rebels coach Damien Hill at the start of this year.

Rookie to wear No.10 jersey for Rebels

Angus Roberts playing for Sydney University during the Sydney club rugby grand final last year.

Jim Morton James O'Connor or Kurtley Beale at No.10? That's the big dilemma facing Melbourne Rebels coach Damien Hill at the start of 2013.

He's the Beale deal: Phipps

Dangerous pair: Kurtley Beale and Nick Phipps

Stathi Paxinos Rebels half-back Nick Phipps adjusting to presence of two Wallabies backs.

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'I feel like I've been hit by a bus': Cipriani out of hospital after traffic accident

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Former Melbourne Rebels and England five-eighth Danny Cipriani was released from hospital on Thursday with bruising to his ribs following his collision with a bus during a night out with team-mates...