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The "jackal at the tackle" has become common parlance at the World Cup, but it has never been better personified than in the shape of Australia flank David Pocock.
Australia's Kurtley Beale, Pat McCabe and Sekope Kepu are all battling injuries ahead of this coming weekend's World Cup semifinal with New Zealand, after a bruising last eight clash against South Africa.
Martin Johnson's fate as England manager, after the team were bundled out early in the World Cup, will be decided by the end of the year, England's Director of Rugby Operations Rob Andrew said.
New Zealand called up two more players ahead of their World Cup semifinal showdown with Australia at Eden Park on Sunday, as fresh injury woes hit the All Blacks' bid for global glory.
Controversial England midfielder Manu Tuilagi was given a slap on the wrist for his latest indiscretion, after he was detained by New Zealand police for jumping off a ferry as it was about to dock at the Auckland waterfront.
Within a week, Aaron Cruden has gone from watching the World Cup at home on TV to possibly being the last All Blacks flyhalf left standing for the semifinal against Australia.
Their World Cup exit was even harder to stomach in the knowledge that an era had ended, Springbok scrumhalf Fourie du Preez said on Sunday.
The departure of the defending World Cup champion South Africans would be far less upsetting for Danie Rossouw, had he not been the man who conceded the penalty that sealed the deal for Australia.
Cory Jane did not want to let New Zealand down twice in one week.
England World Cup centre Manu Tuilagi was detained by New Zealand police after jumping off a ferry as it was about to berth on the Auckland waterfront, media reports claimed early on Monday.
The exit of the defending world champions would be far less upsetting had he not been the man who conceded the penalty that sealed the deal for the Wallabies, Springbok lock Danie Rossouw said after their dramatic quarterfinal clash on Sunday.
London Irish moved up to fourth place on the 2011/12 Aviva Premiership table with a 42-24 win over the Worcester Warriors at the Madejski Stadium on Sunday - a day which saw three home wins.
South African captain John Smit stopped short of blaming referee Bryce Lawrence for his team's exit from the World Cup, but admitted he had not agreed with the New Zealander's officiating.
Australia coach Robbie Deans said his young side came of age Sunday to eliminate reigning champions South Africa from the World Cup in an "epic" 11-9 quarterfinal win in Wellington.
Argentina captain Felipe Contepomi compared playing New Zealand to facing an unstoppable black wave as the Pumas bowed out of the World Cup at Eden Park in Auckland on Sunday.
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