Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour reaches Brazil
A country that has seen a rapid increase in interest in rugby, Brazil recently welcomed the Webb Ellis Cup during the Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour. With the countdown to RWC 2019 into double digits, can..
Credit: World Rugby Duration: 02:52 Published 16 hours ago
Women's World Cup: Japan v England match preview
England are hoping to make it three wins in a row as they face 2011 winners Japan in their final group stage match. Forward Toni Duggan says previous rivalry will have no effect on the latest match-up.
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Eoin Morgan confident of Roy return
England captain Eoin Morgan says that he believes the injured Jason Roy will play again during the World Cup.
Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO Duration: 00:33 Published 17 hours ago
Colombian town brewing world record for biggest cup of coffee
A Colombian town is hoping to brew up two world records on Saturday (June 15): one for the world's largest cup of coffee and the second for the largest coffee tasting. No reporter narration.
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World Cup 2019: Virat Kohli and the art of captaincy Some of Pakistan's dedicated cricket fans plead with their players; "It doesn't matter if you don't win the World Cup but you must beat India." Seven times now... Mid-Day 7 hours ago Also reported by • DNA
Injured Jason Roy to miss England's next two World Cup games *Manchester:* England opener Jason Roy will miss the hosts' next two World Cup matches with a torn left hamstring, the England and Wales Cricket Board said on... Mid-Day 6 hours ago Also reported by • The Age
Shakib smashes century as Bangladesh sink West Indies TAUNTON, England (Reuters) - Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan scored his second century in as many World Cup matches and Liton Das cracked an unbeaten 94... SBS 15 hours ago Run chase falls short as Australia's World Cup hopes take a hit After wins over Afghanistan and the West Indies, Australia could not handle the power of India and fell to their first defeat of the World Cup. The Age 1 week ago Also reported by • SBS