Fiji's four-try hero Vereniki Goneva Saturday admitted he would be a marked man after destroying Namibia in his World Cup debut, but he said he would cope with the attention next week against South Africa.
Martin Johnson felt like he aged 20 years as he watched England open their Rugby World Cup campaign with a 13-9 victory over Argentina.
England managed to sneak a fortuitous 13-9 win over Argentina in Dunedin on Saturday. But, as they say in the classics, you take any win ... even the ugly ones.
Wales will be offered "no second chances" when they kick off their World Cup against defending champions South Africa on Sunday, according to Welsh forwards coach Robin McBryde.
Robin McBryde has stressed the importance of Wales making a strong start to their World Cup showdown with South Africa on Sunday.
Springboks assistant coach Gary Gold believes the scrum provides a key platform for South Africa to launch their World Cup campaign on Sunday.
Argentina held on, bravely, for almost 70 minutes before succumbing to a late England rally in their opening World Cup match in Dunedin on Saturday.
Paul O'Connell believes the USA will be charged by the 10th anniversary of September 11 when they meet Ireland in the World Cup on Sunday.
Ireland will face a pumped-up USA Eagles side when the two sides meet in their first match of the World Cup which will be played in New Plymouth on the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks.
Wasps director of rugby Dai Young has named the same starting line-up that beat Saracens for Sunday's clash with Leicester.
Relieved skipper Mike Tindall hailed Ben Youngs after his late try spared England from defeat in their World Cup opener against Argentina.
England scored the only try of the match as they edged out Argentina 13-9 in a brutal World Cup arm-wrestle at the new Otago Stadium in Dunedin on Saturday.
England survived a major scare to open their Rugby World Cup with an unimpressive but priceless 13-9 victory over Argentina in Dunedin.
This could just be the biggest game of Round One in the toughest pool at the 2011 World Cup, a hard one to call.
New Zealand centre Richard Kahui made sure he credited his team-mates after he was named as man of the match against Tonga.