With the World Cup team news coming thick and fast, we will also be grouping our team announcements - along with our regular team announcement stories - to ensure that nothing slips through the net during RWC 2011.
Canada wing Taylor Paris is the youngest player at Rugby World Cup 2011, but he has not asked senior teammates what he should expect.
Canadians Jamie and Phil Mackenzie are one of the 13 pairs of brothers competing in Rugby World Cup 2011, and the duo hope to continue a winning streak that began last year.
Twelve members of the squad travelled down the road from Waitangi to Bay of Islands College in Kawakawa to interact with local students on Tuesday.
Romania assistant coach Steve McDowall believes Argentina pose a greater challenge to The Oaks than Scotland in Pool B.
Martin Corry says there is no better time for England to be facing Argentina at the World Cup, but has warned not to underestimate the Pumas.
Glenwood High School may not have had the physical stature of some of the schools they squared up to this season, but this did not stop them from picking up KwaZulu-Natal's Traditional Rugby School's award for the fourth consecutive time.
Scotland are eager to open their World Cup campaign after arriving in Invercargill on Wednesday ahead of Saturday's Pool B opener with Romania.
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South African vice-captain Victor Matfield said the Springboks will be on the alert for any attempt by Wales to illegally slow the ball at the breakdown in their opening Pool D World Cup match in Wellington on Sunday.
While every team at the World Cup will feel the weight of expectation, England will face another kind of pressure when they lock horns with the Argentine scrum.
Sean O'Brien has vowed to continue flattening opponents at the World Cup, declaring: "If there's no hole, I'll make one."
Adam Jones believes heroic failures are no longer acceptable for Wales when they tackle giants of the game like world champions South Africa.
Western Province suffered a huge blow ahead of their Currie Cup encounter with the Leopards on Saturday, with the news that star flyhalf Demetri Catrakilis has been ruled out for a month.
World Cup organizers have confirmed Romanian wing Catalin Fercu has withdrawn from the tournament, saying he has been diagnosed with pneumonia.