Rugby Friendlies

Rugby Friendlies Slideshow

One step forward: George North starred for Northampton to boost his chances of a Wales recall (AFP Photo/Glyn KIRK )
One step forward: George North starred for Northampton to boost his chances of a Wales recall
One step forward: George North starred for Northampton to boost his chances of a Wales recall (AFP Photo/Glyn KIRK )
Chris Ashton has scored 17 tries in the French Top 14 this season (AFP Photo/Franck PENNANT)
Chris Ashton has scored 17 tries in the French Top 14 this season
Chris Ashton has scored 17 tries in the French Top 14 this season (AFP Photo/Franck PENNANT)
Chris Ashton took his tally to 17 tries for Toulon this season (AFP Photo/ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT)
Chris Ashton took his tally to 17 tries for Toulon this season
Chris Ashton took his tally to 17 tries for Toulon this season (AFP Photo/ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT)
Siya Kolisi has played in 28 Tests for South Africa (AFP Photo/RODGER BOSCH)
Siya Kolisi has played in 28 Tests for South Africa
Siya Kolisi has played in 28 Tests for South Africa (AFP Photo/RODGER BOSCH)
Matt Toomua shines as Leicester Tigers recover against Harlequins to keep play-off hopes alive
Matt Toomua shines as Leicester Tigers recover against Harlequins to keep play-off hopes alive
Matt Toomua shines as Leicester Tigers recover against Harlequins to keep play-off hopes alive
Matt Toomua shines as Leicester Tigers recover against Harlequins to keep play-off hopes alive
Matt Toomua shines as Leicester Tigers recover against Harlequins to keep play-off hopes alive
Matt Toomua shines as Leicester Tigers recover against Harlequins to keep play-off hopes alive
Matt Toomua shines as Leicester Tigers recover against Harlequins to keep play-off hopes alive
Matt Toomua shines as Leicester Tigers recover against Harlequins to keep play-off hopes alive
Matt Toomua shines as Leicester Tigers recover against Harlequins to keep play-off hopes alive
Matt Toomua shines as Leicester Tigers recover against Harlequins to keep play-off hopes alive
Matt Toomua shines as Leicester Tigers recover against Harlequins to keep play-off hopes alive
Matt Toomua shines as Leicester Tigers recover against Harlequins to keep play-off hopes alive
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Seabelo Senatla (L) of the Stormers in action against Gonzalo Bertanou (2-R) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Seabelo Senatla (L) of the Stormers in action against Gonzalo Bertanou (2-R) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Seabelo Senatla (L) of the Stormers in action against Gonzalo Bertanou (2-R) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Damian de Allende (C) of the Stormers in action against Agustin Creevy (R) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Damian de Allende (C) of the Stormers in action against Agustin Creevy (R) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Damian de Allende (C) of the Stormers in action against Agustin Creevy (R) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Raymond Rhule (R) of the Stormers scores a try against Nicolas Sanchez (L) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Raymond Rhule (R) of the Stormers scores a try against Nicolas Sanchez (L) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Raymond Rhule (R) of the Stormers scores a try against Nicolas Sanchez (L) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Gonzalo Bertanou (L) of the Jaguares in action during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Gonzalo Bertanou (L) of the Jaguares in action during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Gonzalo Bertanou (L) of the Jaguares in action during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Damian de Allende (C) of the Stormers in action against Agustin Creevy (R) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Damian de Allende (C) of the Stormers in action against Agustin Creevy (R) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Damian de Allende (C) of the Stormers in action against Agustin Creevy (R) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Dewaldt Duvenage (C) of the Stormers in action during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Dewaldt Duvenage (C) of the Stormers in action during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Dewaldt Duvenage (C) of the Stormers in action during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Damian Willemse (L) of the Stormers in action against Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro (R) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Damian Willemse (L) of the Stormers in action against Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro (R) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Damian Willemse (L) of the Stormers in action against Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro (R) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Damian Willemse (L) of the Stormers in action against Tomas Lezana (R) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Damian Willemse (L) of the Stormers in action against Tomas Lezana (R) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Damian Willemse (L) of the Stormers in action against Tomas Lezana (R) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Damian Willemse (C) of the Stormers in action during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Damian Willemse (C) of the Stormers in action during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Damian Willemse (C) of the Stormers in action during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Damian Willemse (C) of the Stormers in action during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Damian Willemse (C) of the Stormers in action during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Damian Willemse (C) of the Stormers in action during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Nizaam Carr (R) of the Stormers in action against Felipe Arregui (L) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Nizaam Carr (R) of the Stormers in action against Felipe Arregui (L) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Cape Town (South Africa), 17/02/2018.- Nizaam Carr (R) of the Stormers in action against Felipe Arregui (L) of the Jaguares during the 2018 Super Rugby match between the Stormers and the Jaguares at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa, 17 February 2018. (Sudáfrica) EFE/EPA/CHRIS RICCO
Liam Williams and George North given chance to win his Wales places back as Premiership returns to centre stage
Liam Williams and George North given chance to win his Wales places back as Premiership returns to centre stage
Liam Williams and George North given chance to win his Wales places back as Premiership returns to centre stage
Liam Williams and George North given chance to win his Wales places back as Premiership returns to centre stage
Liam Williams and George North given chance to win his Wales places back as Premiership returns to centre stage
Liam Williams and George North given chance to win his Wales places back as Premiership returns to centre stage
Liam Williams and George North given chance to win his Wales places back as Premiership returns to centre stage
Liam Williams and George North given chance to win his Wales places back as Premiership returns to centre stage
Liam Williams and George North given chance to win his Wales places back as Premiership returns to centre stage
Liam Williams and George North given chance to win his Wales places back as Premiership returns to centre stage
Liam Williams and George North given chance to win his Wales places back as Premiership returns to centre stage
Liam Williams and George North given chance to win his Wales places back as Premiership returns to centre stage
Liam Williams and George North given chance to win his Wales places back as Premiership returns to centre stage
Liam Williams and George North given chance to win his Wales places back as Premiership returns to centre stage
Liam Williams and George North given chance to win his Wales places back as Premiership returns to centre stage
Prop Zander Fagerson, pictured in 2017, has returned to training before an upcoming match against England (AFP Photo/ANDY BUCHANAN )
Prop Zander Fagerson, pictured in 2017, has returned to training before an upcoming match against England
Prop Zander Fagerson, pictured in 2017, has returned to training before an upcoming match against England (AFP Photo/ANDY BUCHANAN )
Prince Harry went to Twickenham to promote good causes and talked to England players including James Haskell England and across the world. (AFP Photo/Heathcliff O'Malley)
Prince Harry went to Twickenham to promote good causes and talked to England players including James Haskell England and across the world
Prince Harry went to Twickenham to promote good causes and talked to England players including James Haskell England and across the world. (AFP Photo/Heathcliff O'Malley)
Racing 92's winger Teddy Thomas (C) vies with Toulouse's centre Gael Fickou (L) and wing Cheslin Kolbe during their Top 14 rugby union match, at the U Arena Stadium in Nanterre, on December 22, 2017 (AFP Photo/Thomas SAMSON)
Racing 92's winger Teddy Thomas (C) vies with Toulouse's centre Gael Fickou (L) and wing Cheslin Kolbe during their Top 14 rugby union match, at the U Arena Stadium in Nanterre, on December 22, 2017
Racing 92's winger Teddy Thomas (C) vies with Toulouse's centre Gael Fickou (L) and wing Cheslin Kolbe during their Top 14 rugby union match, at the U Arena Stadium in Nanterre, on December 22, 2017 (AFP Photo/Thomas SAMSON)
In England's northeast, a 'mental fitness' programme is harnessing the feelings of community amongst Rugby League fans and the language of sport to encourage men to talk about mental health issues. Male suicide is the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK, and when Rugby League international Terry Newton committed suicide in 2010, a group of rugby-loving mental health practitioners launched an initiative to embolden men to seek help.
Mental fitness programme helps Rugby League fans to 'offload'
In England's northeast, a 'mental fitness' programme is harnessing the feelings of community amongst Rugby League fans and the language of sport to encourage men to talk about mental health issues. Male suicide is the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK, and when Rugby League international Terry Newton committed suicide in 2010, a group of rugby-loving mental health practitioners launched an initiative to embolden men to seek help.
In England's northeast, a 'mental fitness' programme is harnessing the feelings of community amongst Rugby League fans and the language of sport to encourage men to talk about mental health issues. Male suicide is the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK, and when Rugby League international Terry Newton committed suicide in 2010, a group of rugby-loving mental health practitioners launched an initiative to embolden men to seek help.
Mental fitness programme helps Rugby League fans to 'offload'
In England's northeast, a 'mental fitness' programme is harnessing the feelings of community amongst Rugby League fans and the language of sport to encourage men to talk about mental health issues. Male suicide is the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK, and when Rugby League international Terry Newton committed suicide in 2010, a group of rugby-loving mental health practitioners launched an initiative to embolden men to seek help.
In England's northeast, a 'mental fitness' programme is harnessing the feelings of community amongst Rugby League fans and the language of sport to encourage men to talk about mental health issues. Male suicide is the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK, and when Rugby League international Terry Newton committed suicide in 2010, a group of rugby-loving mental health practitioners launched an initiative to embolden men to seek help.
Mental fitness programme helps Rugby League fans to 'offload'
In England's northeast, a 'mental fitness' programme is harnessing the feelings of community amongst Rugby League fans and the language of sport to encourage men to talk about mental health issues. Male suicide is the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK, and when Rugby League international Terry Newton committed suicide in 2010, a group of rugby-loving mental health practitioners launched an initiative to embolden men to seek help.
In England's northeast, a 'mental fitness' programme is harnessing the feelings of community amongst Rugby League fans and the language of sport to encourage men to talk about mental health issues. Male suicide is the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK, and when Rugby League international Terry Newton committed suicide in 2010, a group of rugby-loving mental health practitioners launched an initiative to embolden men to seek help.
Mental fitness programme helps Rugby League fans to 'offload'
In England's northeast, a 'mental fitness' programme is harnessing the feelings of community amongst Rugby League fans and the language of sport to encourage men to talk about mental health issues. Male suicide is the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK, and when Rugby League international Terry Newton committed suicide in 2010, a group of rugby-loving mental health practitioners launched an initiative to embolden men to seek help.
In England's northeast, a 'mental fitness' programme is harnessing the feelings of community amongst Rugby League fans and the language of sport to encourage men to talk about mental health issues. Male suicide is the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK, and when Rugby League international Terry Newton committed suicide in 2010, a group of rugby-loving mental health practitioners launched an initiative to embolden men to seek help.
Mental fitness programme helps Rugby League fans to 'offload'
In England's northeast, a 'mental fitness' programme is harnessing the feelings of community amongst Rugby League fans and the language of sport to encourage men to talk about mental health issues. Male suicide is the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK, and when Rugby League international Terry Newton committed suicide in 2010, a group of rugby-loving mental health practitioners launched an initiative to embolden men to seek help.
In England's northeast, a 'mental fitness' programme is harnessing the feelings of community amongst Rugby League fans and the language of sport to encourage men to talk about mental health issues. Male suicide is the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK, and when Rugby League international Terry Newton committed suicide in 2010, a group of rugby-loving mental health practitioners launched an initiative to embolden men to seek help.
Mental fitness programme helps Rugby League fans to 'offload'
In England's northeast, a 'mental fitness' programme is harnessing the feelings of community amongst Rugby League fans and the language of sport to encourage men to talk about mental health issues. Male suicide is the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK, and when Rugby League international Terry Newton committed suicide in 2010, a group of rugby-loving mental health practitioners launched an initiative to embolden men to seek help.
In England's northeast, a 'mental fitness' programme is harnessing the feelings of community amongst Rugby League fans and the language of sport to encourage men to talk about mental health issues. Male suicide is the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK, and when Rugby League international Terry Newton committed suicide in 2010, a group of rugby-loving mental health practitioners launched an initiative to embolden men to seek help.
Mental fitness programme helps Rugby League fans to 'offload'
In England's northeast, a 'mental fitness' programme is harnessing the feelings of community amongst Rugby League fans and the language of sport to encourage men to talk about mental health issues. Male suicide is the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK, and when Rugby League international Terry Newton committed suicide in 2010, a group of rugby-loving mental health practitioners launched an initiative to embolden men to seek help.
In England's northeast, a 'mental fitness' programme is harnessing the feelings of community amongst Rugby League fans and the language of sport to encourage men to talk about mental health issues. Male suicide is the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK, and when Rugby League international Terry Newton committed suicide in 2010, a group of rugby-loving mental health practitioners launched an initiative to embolden men to seek help.
Mental fitness programme helps Rugby League fans to 'offload'
In England's northeast, a 'mental fitness' programme is harnessing the feelings of community amongst Rugby League fans and the language of sport to encourage men to talk about mental health issues. Male suicide is the single biggest killer of men under the age of 45 in the UK, and when Rugby League international Terry Newton committed suicide in 2010, a group of rugby-loving mental health practitioners launched an initiative to embolden men to seek help.
Teddy Thomas has been punished by both France and his club Racing 92 for his role in the alcohol-fuelled Saturday night out in Edinburgh (AFP Photo/CHRISTOPHE SIMON)
Teddy Thomas has been punished by both France and his club Racing 92 for his role in the alcohol-fuelled Saturday night out in Edinburgh
Teddy Thomas has been punished by both France and his club Racing 92 for his role in the alcohol-fuelled Saturday night out in Edinburgh (AFP Photo/CHRISTOPHE SIMON)
Canterbury Crusaders celebrate their Super Rugby final victory against Golden Lions in Johannesburg last August (AFP Photo/CHRISTIAAN KOTZE)
Canterbury Crusaders celebrate their Super Rugby final victory against Golden Lions in Johannesburg last August
Canterbury Crusaders celebrate their Super Rugby final victory against Golden Lions in Johannesburg last August (AFP Photo/CHRISTIAAN KOTZE)
Clermont's French scrum-half Morgan Parra needs surgery for the knee injury he suffered against the Ospreys, his club said on Thursday (AFP Photo/THIERRY ZOCCOLAN)
Clermont's French scrum-half Morgan Parra needs surgery for the knee injury he suffered against the Ospreys, his club said on Thursday
Clermont's French scrum-half Morgan Parra needs surgery for the knee injury he suffered against the Ospreys, his club said on Thursday (AFP Photo/THIERRY ZOCCOLAN)
Six Nations 2018: Joe Marler admits he must clean up his act or lose his England place after Eddie Jones warning
Six Nations 2018: Joe Marler admits he must clean up his act or lose his England place after Eddie Jones warning
Six Nations 2018: Joe Marler admits he must clean up his act or lose his England place after Eddie Jones warning
Six Nations 2018: Joe Marler admits he must clean up his act or lose his England place after Eddie Jones warning
Six Nations 2018: Joe Marler admits he must clean up his act or lose his England place after Eddie Jones warning
Six Nations 2018: Joe Marler admits he must clean up his act or lose his England place after Eddie Jones warning

What to read next

By using Yahoo you agree that Yahoo and partners may use Cookies for personalisation and other purposes