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Uruguay is ready to increase preparations for Rugby World Cup 2023

Uruguay is ready to increase preparations for Rugby World Cup 2023

With two test series against Japan and Romania, Uruguay will have a clear picture of where they stand against their Rugby World Cup 2023 rivals. When their action-packed summer games end in mid-July. The four games gave Los Teros their first competitive knockout round since 2021. A historic year for the burgeoning rugby nation as they qualified for America 1 for the first time. Rugby World Cup fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

Uruguay is no stranger to the Rugby World Cup, having played the past two and four matches. But until October, they had never competed in the game’s flagship tournament as the best team in America ahead.

Uruguay will have a clear picture of where they stand against their RWC 2023 rivals
Uruguay will have a clear picture of where they stand against their RWC 2023 rivals

After falling 3 points behind the United States in the first leg in Glendale, Colorado. Los Teros won the return leg 34-15 in Montevideo to go straight to France in 2023 with a total of 50-34.

Qualifying for America 1 gives Los Teros extra time to prepare. More matches against opponents that they will test in different ways.

A trip to Japan will bring back fond memories of the 2019 Rugby World Cup. With many of the players still in the squad to this day.

Uruguay defeated Fiji 30-27 on a thrilling day at Kamaishi Restoration Stadium. Their third tournament win since their debut in 1999.

Uruguay president Santiago Slinger

The first game of the Japan Tour will be held on June 18 at Chichibu Palace Stadium in Tokyo with a capacity of 27,000 fans. While the second match will be played at Kitakyushu Mikuni Stadium with a capacity of 15,000 fans on June 25.

“For Uruguay, the chance to play two matches against a team like Japan is very important to prepare for the next World Cup,” said Uruguay president Santiago Slinger.

“Brave Blossoms is one of the fastest-growing elite teams in recent years and is certainly an example to follow.”

“It is very reassuring to visit Japan again after an unforgettable experience at the 2019 World Cup. As it is a country that has hosted us in a spectacular way. We are delighted to be back and participate in these important matches.”

Familiar opponents

In 2015, Uruguay defeated the Brave Blossoms 40-0, and 30-8 in their only two games in Japan.

But since then, great strides have been made in taking advantage of Uruguay. High-performing centers and involvement in the Pro Club League. American Rugby Premier League, and Major League Rugby.

Coach Esteban Meneses has also done an excellent job of motivating and bonding a team that has grown in scope. Features some of Los Teros’ star players at the 2019 Rugby World Cup. After which he won a lucrative foreign contract in France. Rugby World Cup fans can buy France Rugby World Cup Tickets from our website.

While Japan is nine places ahead and nearly 12 points clear of Uruguay. Uruguay has placed the two teams not far apart in the World Rugby Men’s Rankings in the second half of the testing window.

Uruguay has placed the two teams not far apart in the World Rugby Men's Rankings
Uruguay has placed the two teams not far apart in the World Rugby Men’s Rankings

Compared to Uruguay’s short association with the Brave Blossoms, only two places and a half point apart is more known. Andy Robinson’s Oaks will be tested at Estadio Charrua in Montevideo from July 10-17.

Coach Esteban Meneses

“The two matches against Romania will be a huge opportunity to continue preparations for France 2023,” Meneses said.

“It will be the best chance to rank the inductees. Who play in Europe today along with those who play in the MLS and NFL against their direct opponents. As they are currently number 17, we are number 19.”

“We must use this opportunity to continue to grow in the game and as a team to achieve our great goal, the World Cup.”

Romania has played only once before against Los Teros on Uruguayan soil, in a 21-21 draw in Montevideo in 2010. It was the first leg of the 2011 RWC Finals qualifiers. The South American missed the trip to New Zealand after a comeback loss of 39-12.

The Oaks have gained eight of their outstanding nine games since the alone draw. While Los Teros’  only success was a 27-20 win in Bucharest in November 2018. In the Rugby World Cup 2023, Uruguay will play the qualifications of New Zealand, France, Italy, and Africa 1 in Group A.

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Wallabies get improvement as White opts for World Cup slope over Japan

Rugby World Cup 2023: Wallabies get improvement as White opts for World Cup slope over Japan

The Wallabies’ campaign to win the Rugby World Cup 2023 has been given a major boost, with veteran center-back Nic White turning down major Japanese offers to extend his contract with the Brumbies and Rugby Australia for another year. Rugby World Cup fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

The Herald has exposed that White is considering leaving Australian rugby at the end of the year. After being offered a seven-figure contract by a top club.

Nic White turning down major Japanese offers to extend his contract
Nic White turning down major Japanese offers to extend his contract

The news generated panic among the Brumbies and Wallabies in the run-up to a World Cup year. After Tom Banks accepted a $1.4 million-a-year deal in Japan.

White is Dave Rennie’s favorite starting linebacker and is in the Wallabies’ leadership group. But as the new Giteau law limits three picks per series, the 45-cap 9 will be at serious risk of not taking part.

The appeal of the World Cup was apparently enough for Nic White to decide to stay, with the 31-year-old agreeing on a deal with the RA and the Brubys on Tuesday, according to sources close to the talks.

The Nic White extension comes after his Brumbies partner Noah Lolesio also turned down the Japanese’ offer to stay in Canberra, the latest example of Australian rugby player retention.

New contracts this year with Jordan Petaia, Ryan Lonergan, Izack Rodda, James Slipper, Izaia Perese, Dave Porecki, Jock Campbell, Andrew Kellaway, Pete Samu, Darcy Swain, Lachlan and Hunter Paisami, Lalakai Foketi, Harry Johnson-Holmes, and Kurtley Beale. Rob Leota also re-contract last June.

Meanwhile, the Waratahs have recalled the invaluable experience of two forwards who played in NSW’s last series – and have 158 left as they look to make the playoffs at home for the first time since 2018. Super games, 28 tests, and a Super Rugby title between them. Rugby World Cup 2023 fans can buy rwc tickets from our website.

Ned Hanigan has returned to training with the Waratahs after flying this week
Ned Hanigan has returned to training with the Waratahs after flying this week

Wallabies forwards Ned Hanigan and Paddy Ryan have both returned to preparation with the Waratahs. After flying this week after completing their individual seasons in Japan.

After playing for Kurita for two seasons before re-signing with the Tahs last July, Hanigan’s return was predictable. But Ryan’s return was more of a blast from the past as the 33-year-old prop signed a short-term cover deal to replace the injured Harry Johnson-Holmes.

Ryan played 105 Super Rugby appearances for the Waratahs during his career in 2011 and 2018, including coming off the bench for the Tahs championship team in 2014.

Ryan left the Waratahs in 2018 and has since played for Major League Rugby’s San Diego and Japan’s D3’s Munakata Sanix Blues.

Hanigan, who made his NSW debut in 2016 and made 25 appearances for the Wallabies, is likely to go straight to the Waratahs’ 23-man roster this week. Given the importance of Saturday night’s home win over the Hurricanes at Leichhardt Oval.

Michael Hooper also returns to the Waratahs’ starting lineup. After missing out on the win over Moana Pasifika with a decision.

“They bring a lot of experience. Ned, you can hear him before you see him. He always has a smile on his face. He’s the one who tries to make the boys laugh, but he will keep trying,” Waratah’s center said Lalakai Foketi.

Paddy Ryan played 105 Super Rugby appearances for the Waratahs during his career
Paddy Ryan played 105 Super Rugby appearances for the Waratahs during his career

“Paddy, he takes a lot of experience and I think he’s a bit like ‘Hoops’. An older head and the boys want to perform when he’s around, show him what we can do. It’s great to have them back Well I told the guys. Before that they wanted to come and try to be on this team. Because we are playing really well now there are a lot of people vying for places. It’s great to see them back can’t wait to see what they bring.”

After the Waratahs believed in young people in 2020 and 2021 and struggled stressed. New coach Darren Coleman is looking to employ more Whitebeard players in 2022. Hanigan and Ryan bolster the age profile of a team. That has already added the influential Hooper Jed Holloway and Jamie Roberts.

With one in three players aged 21 or under by 2021, 40% of the current Waratahs squad are now over 26. A change in terms of composure and conviction and raising standards. The expected effect was achieved.

“It’s very different. Not only do they [the older players] have such a huge impact on the guys on the pitch, but they also have such a huge impact on the guys off the pitch. They bring cool heads off the pitch and also on the field. Do things,” said star prop Angus Bell, 21.

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Eddie Jones holds discussions with Racing 92 about a coaching part after Rugby World Cup 2023

Eddie Jones holds discussions with Racing 92 about a coaching part after Rugby World Cup 2023

According to French media reports, Eddie Jones has been in talks with 14 giants Racing 92 about taking on the role. After his rugby union contract expires. Jones has recurrently confirmed his purpose to step down as England manager after the Rugby World Cup 2023 in October. The RFU is actively seeking his replacement. Rugby World Cup Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

Eddie Jones has been in talks with 14 giants Racing 92 about taking on the role
Eddie Jones has been in talks with 14 giants Racing 92 about taking on the role

Racing 92’s interest in Jones was first reported by The Rugby Paper. While French rugby media bible Midi Olympique reported talks had taken place but no final agreement had been reached. “There is nothing less certain” about who Racing will appoint as head coach. If current head coach Laurent Travers emerges as head of rugby, the newspaper said.

While England has won just two games in their Six Nations run. Jones will be in high demand once it’s his turn. Jones orchestrated Japan’s conception against South Africa during the 2015 World Cup. Before leading England to the 2019 World Cup final.

Eddie Jones

The 62-year-old Jones’ hunger for the game is as insatiable as ever. He has already been linked with Suntory Sungoliath (he recently coached after England’s disappointing Six Nations game) and Major League Rugby team San Diego Legion (he was an advisor).

Jones’ last full-time position at a major club was with the Saracens. Until he was replaced by Brendan Venter in 2009. But he was in charge of Canberra for three years. Before being named manager of the Wallabies Team Brumby. Which took them to the Super Rugby title in 2001.

Jones has repeatedly confirmed his purpose to step down as England manager after the RWC 2023
Jones has repeatedly confirmed his purpose to step down as England manager after the RWC 2023

After his departure from Japan, RFU chief Ian Ritchie suddenly made him the successor to Stuart Lancaster. Who had promised to take over the South African super rugby team the Stormers?

Jones continues to dominate the top of the RFU, with CEO Bill Sweeney fully supporting. The Australian despite three more defeats in the Six Nations. Jones, has the highest win rate of any English manager at 76.8%. Believes his “New England” project will bear fruit at the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France.

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Japan looks forward to the Rugby World Cup 2023

Japan looks forward to the Rugby World Cup 2023

Michael Leitch has led Japan to significant victories in the past two Rugby World Cups. With the next Rugby World Cup 2023 in France, Leitch has a message: don’t ignore Japan. In 2015, Japan defeated South Africa in the British seaside town of Brighton to becoming the “Brighton Miracle”. Rugby World Cup Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

In 2019, it defeated Ireland and Scotland in the group stage, reached the quarter-finals, and took rugby to Japan.

Michael Leitch has led Japan to significant victories in the past two Rugby World Cups
Michael Leitch has led Japan to significant victories in the past two Rugby World Cups

Leitch is no longer captain but remains a player and an important member of the team. He is looking forward to drawing Japan into Group D with England, Argentina, Samoa, and another qualifier. The underdog label doesn’t anger Leitch and he doesn’t think it’s suitable either.

“I think Japan is very unique because I think we are everyone’s second favorite team,” Leitch told reporters in Tokyo this week. “We are still considered underdogs, it’s hard to get rid of them despite our two World Cup successes.”

“Physical aspect that will dominate the team when you subconsciously think of Japan. Your automatic thought process is not one big,” he added.

Leitch said it was tough to assess Japan’s position in the World Cup preparations compared to the preparations for the 2019 World Cup. As Japan prepared to host the World Championships at home for the first time, a sense of urgency and purpose drove the movement.

In the years since Japan has not played out in the same way. COVID-19 has closed international borders and Japan has not held a test match for 18 months. The ability to attract new players is limited, but Leitch believes things are developing.

“In 2019, with home benefit, everyone is counting on us to develop Japanese rugby. The club does not hesitate to release anyone we have a lot of resources and time away from the club,” he said.

“This time it’s a little different with COVID but we’ve made incredible progress with our time together, it’s really hard to measure our readiness” he added.

Leitch told Japan can have confidence in players who may participate in the World Cup
Leitch told Japan can have confidence in players who may participate in the World Cup

Leitch says Japan can have confidence in players who may participate in the World Cup. Many already have World Cup experience and young players have the opportunity to play alongside or against some of the world’s best players in the burgeoning Japanese professional league.

“I think the knowledge and experience we have in 2023 will be crucial. I would say we had quite a few core players in the 2015 and 2019 World Cups, most of them in 2019,” Leitch said.

Japan’s image is that it relies more on speed than physical strength, but Leitch said that is changing.

“Everyone portrays Japan as someone who doesn’t have much of a physical advantage. But we’ve shown in the past that we can go above our weight,” he said. “For us, it’s about being smarter, choosing our moments, and finding the right areas. It’s not about being physically stronger or faster than the opponent”.

“We are tactically very flexible, one of the strengths of the Japanese team is that. There is no doubt that the tactics will change with each opponent. I would not worry about our fitness or lack of combat effectiveness in any game.”

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Spain ruled out of Rugby World Cup 2023 after an unproven passport fraud

Spain ruled out of Rugby World Cup 2023 after an unproven passport fraud

Spain has been ruled out of the Rugby World Cup 2023 and will be replaced by Romania. After Los Leones was found to have fielded an unsuitable player in qualifying, allegedly using fake passports. Spain entered the World Cup for the first time since 1999 after a dramatic victory over Portugal in March. But was deducted 10 points and eliminated from next year’s tournament in France. Rugby World Cup Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

Spain has been ruled out of the Rugby World Cup 2023 and will be replaced by Romania
Spain has been ruled out of the Rugby World Cup 2023 and will be replaced by Romania

An independent disciplinary committee appointed by World Rugby has ruled that South African-born player Gavin van den Berg. Who represented Spain in two games against the Netherlands in 2021 and 2022, was not eligible for a residence permit. The panel ruled that Spain should be deducted five points per game and fined £25,000. Paving the way for Romania to advance to the World Cup and for Portugal to qualify for a rematch in November.

Gavin van den Berg

This is the second consecutive World Cup cycle plagued by problems with unqualified players. With Spain also embroiled in controversy over the 2019 tournament. Then Romania, Spain, and Belgium were all convicted, leading Russia to the World Cup. Spain was given a conditional fine of £50,000 at the time and is now liable. Romania will join South Africa, Ireland, Scotland, and Tonga in Group B in 2023. While Portugal advances to the final four-team qualifying round.

Romania stated that it has the right to appeal against the result, called the verdict “very harsh”. And justice has been served” after becoming aware of the decision. While the Spanish federation before admitting that it was “because of the alleged forgery of the above players “passports”. Part of the problem is believed to be related to how Vandenberg divides his time. Between Spain and South Africa, a problem exacerbated by travel restrictions due to the pandemic.

Romania, Spain, and Belgium were all convicted, leading Russia to the World Cup
Romania, Spain, and Belgium were all convicted, leading Russia to the World Cup

Spanish Football Association

“As a result of the alleged falsification of the passports of the above players. Which led to such severe sanctions, the Spanish Rugby Confederation continues to follow. The special disciplinary procedure that was initiated at the time”. A statement from the Spanish Football Association said.

Meanwhile, Eddie Jones is getting a double boost ahead of England’s summer tour of Australia. With Courtney Laws and Tom Curry both Six Nations captains returning from injury this weekend. Rolls was described by Northampton as a “Frankenstein monster” earlier this week. After a horribly dislocated thumb, but there are fears he won’t be playing again this season.

He said Friday night to go straight to base for the Saints against the Harlequins. Curry suffered a hamstring injury during England’s loss to Ireland in March. But will come off the bench in Searle’s game against Newcastle.

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Hong Kong returns in the running for Rugby World Cup 2023 qualification

Hong Kong returns in the running for Rugby World Cup 2023 qualification

Hong Kong is back in the 2023 Rugby World Cup after confirming. They will now play in the 2022 Asian Rugby Championship. The news, which comes just weeks after the Hong Kong Rugby League initially announced its withdrawal from the three-team tournament, will come as a relief to players and coaches as their ambitions to play on the game’s biggest stage are back again come to life. Rugby World Cup Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

Hong Kong returns to the equation for Rugby World Cup 2023 qualification
Hong Kong returns to the equation for Rugby World Cup 2023 qualification

In the newly formed Asian Rugby Championship, South Korea will face Malaysia on June 4 in Incheon. While the champions will face Hong Kong in the final.

The venue and date of that match will depend on the identity of the Hong Kong opponent. If South Korea goes through, they will face Hong Kong in Incheon on June 8. But if Malaysia wins. The match will take place a day later in Kuala Lumpur,

Whoever wins the final will advance to the next stage of the 2023 Rugby World Cup qualifiers. Which will include a one-off match against Tonga on July 23 to decide the Asia-Pacific qualifiers. The runner-up will join three other teams in the final qualifiers scheduled for November.

At RWC 2023, the Asia-Pacific qualifiers will compete in Group B alongside the defending world champions South Africa, Ireland, Scotland, and the Euro 2 qualifiers.

The original RWC 2023 Asia Qualifiers were originally scheduled to take place in 2021. But the impact of COVID-19 meant the games had to be postponed several times to give teams enough time to play it safe.

Make up for lost time

All three teams have endured years of inactivity due to the global pandemic. The lack of game time could boost the playing field.

However, South Korea will be the favorite for a date with Hong Kong. As they have never lost to Malaysia in the previous 11 matches. Neither team has played since June 2019. When they lost 64-3 to Hong Kong, South Korea, and 71-0 to Malaysia, respectively.

South Korea will be the favorite for a date with Hong Kong as they have never lost
South Korea will be the favorite for a date with Hong Kong as they have never lost

Hong Kong has never played in the Rugby World Cup before. Although they made it to the qualifier of the 2019 Japan Finals in Marseille. Beating Kenya but losing to Canada and Germany, ultimately missing out on a final ticket.

Hong Kong’s final test came in November 2019, when they were defeated by Spain 29-7 in Madrid.

“It has always been vital for us to protect the integrity of our 15-a-side tournament. The Asian Rugby Championship is the pinnacle of the regional association calendar. Especially in a year that marks the road to the Rugby World Cup of 2023. “Qais Al Dhalai, Chairman of Rugby Asia, explains.

“I would like to thank the Asian Rugby Competition Committee, in particular Chairman Mr. Asanga Seneviratne and his members. Because after intensive meetings and perseverance. We have managed to develop a framework that will allow all three countries to participate. Taking into account taking into account the most important factors, the well-being of athletes.”

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Enthusiasm builds with 500 days to go to Rugby World Cup 2023

Enthusiasm builds with 500 days to go to Rugby World Cup 2023

With 500 days to go until the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France on Tuesday, Springbok coach Jacques Nienaber said that while the 2022 season in South Africa is still a great one, the excitement with the global event is starting to run rampant come. Rugby World Cup Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

Nienaber, who was an assistant coach at the 2019 Springbok Rugby World Cup Japan under the tutelage of SA Rugby director Rassie Erasmus, said the milestone date had caused much excitement. While also stressing that a focus on their title defense is their structure.

With 500 days to go excitement of the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France
With 500 days to go excitement of the 2023 Rugby World Cup in France

The Boks are grouped into Group B along with Ireland. Scotland, Spain, and a yet-to-be-determined qualifying team. Which will be in Toulon for most of the competition’s group stages.

“We’ve been counting down for a while, but from a preparation point of view. The 500 days of the Rugby World Cup is a real reality check,” Nienaber said.

“We have a limited number of test games planned ahead of the international event. We need to make sure we get the most out of each match and take as many lessons as possible. So that we can set up the necessary structures and systems before we leave for France.

“We will be based in Toulon for the pool phase of the game, an attractive city with world-class services. But also with plenty of space for players to enjoy themselves during their breaks. Which is crucial to creating the mental balance needed to play. Let them perform at their best.”

Nienaber added: “Next year we will play Ireland for the first time in the Rugby World Cup. While we played Scotland in England in 2015 and 1999. We were also in the same group as Spain and we are looking forward to seeing it again. See as one group.”

The Springboks are also speeding up, with just over two months to go. Before their Castle Lager Incoming Series opener (Saturday, July 2) in Loftus Versfeld. Pretoria faces Wales, followed by Testing in Bloemfontein (July 9) and Cape Town (16th of July).

This will be trailed by the first two rounds of the Castle Lager Rugby Championship in three weeks. When the Boks face the All Blacks in back-to-back Tests in Nelspruit and Johannesburg (Saturday 6-13 August). Australia and Argentina, where they will beat the Wallabies and Pumas twice in Buenos Aires.

Nienaber and his coaching team have been working hard
Nienaber and his coaching team have been working hard

The final round of the tournament is on Saturday, September 24 against Argentina in Durban.

Nienaber and his coaching team have been working hard. Behind the scenes to prepare for the international season. The first of their two calibration camps took place in Durban. Earlier this month and the second on Sunday 1 to be held in Cape Town on Thursday 5 May from Sunday until Sunday.

“We hope to build on it in our next camp. It’s great to see players bought our process a few weeks ago in the first calibration camp,” said Nienaber.

“So the sooner we can get the players and management to agree on our structure. The international season is getting closer. The easier it will be when we play in the first training camp before the test in July.”

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Shaun Edwards discloses he wanted to join the England team after the 2015 Rugby World Cup

Shaun Edwards discloses he wanted to join the England team after the 2015 Rugby World Cup

Shaun Edwards has exposed that he wants to join England’s coaching staff following England’s defeat in the 2015 Rugby World Cup pool stage. Edwards, arguably the world’s top-rated defensive coach who has worked wonders in Wales with Warren Gatland, now plays a key role in France’s turnaround. Rugby World Cup Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

Shaun Edwards wanted to join the England team after the 2015 Rugby World Cup
Shaun Edwards wanted to join the England team after the 2015 Rugby World Cup

The former rugby union player is, of course, English, although, despite his widespread profile, he has never played for an England side.

Speaking to BT Sport, Shaun Edwards exposed that he would have liked to go to England after a dismal 2015 Home World Cup because of their talent.

Shaun Edwards wants to join the England team

“When they didn’t make it to the final stage in 2015, after being knocked out of the World Cup. I definitely wanted to go there,” said Edwards.

“I’ve looked at all the Saracens players and I have absolutely no doubt. That they will win some Six Nations titles over the next four years.”

“Which isn’t surprising to me because they have some good players. Eddie Jones came on and played well and won the first two games.”

“They have a lot of players who are clearly struggling. After the World Cup and there is nothing that some people are a little upset about.

Edwards will remain in France until the end of the Rugby World Cup 2023
Edwards will remain in France until the end of the Rugby World Cup 2023

“They have done that, English guys, those are the kind of players you want to prove to yourself. The Saracens have won some trophies too.”

The offer was made in 2006.

The English RFU never made an offer for Edwards after the 2015 World Cup. So the Wigans stayed in Wales for another four years.

However, Edwards did reveal that former England manager Andy Robinson offered him a job in 2006. Although he ultimately decided to stay on as the Wasps manager.

While Edwards will remain in France until the end of the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France. It is likely that the British RFU will try to lure him home after the game. As long as the Les Bleus defense remains as solid as it is now.

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Springboks to participate in Toulon, Paris for Rugby World Cup 2023

Springboks to participate in Toulon, Paris for Rugby World Cup 2023

The Springboks have chosen Toulon as their base for the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France. South Africa is also in Paris for a week for a third group match against Ireland at the Stade de France in Saint-Denis. Jacques Nienaber’s men will protect their title during the event from September 8 to October 28. Rugby World Cup Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

Springboks have chosen Toulon as their base for the Rugby World Cup 2023
Springboks have chosen Toulon as their base for the Rugby World Cup 2023

As the defending champion and currently number one in world rugby. South Africa has chosen three potential bases in the south of France.

After a thorough consideration of the options by Nienaber and team leader Charles Wessels. It was decided to choose the city on the Mediterranean coast as the favored base for the international event.

The Springboks are in Group B, where they face Scotland at the Autodrome in Marseille (September 10). Then Spain at the Stade Bordeaux (September 17) and Stade de France in Saint-Denis (September 23). Pacific qualifiers in Marseille (October 1), finishing first in the group stage.

South Africa will spend 28 days in Toulon. Establishing a base at the Grand Hotel Des Sablettes-Page, just 24 minutes from Toulon Rugby Club’s RCT campus.

Jacques Nienaber’s

“Toulon Rugby Club’s RCT campus has some of the best training and team facilities in the area we visit. The facilities are excellent, with a high-performance gym, indoor synthetic pitch, and outfield pitch. Fixed cameras to assist with our technical analysis, restoration facilities, and a fully armed kitchen and dining area,” Nienaber said.

“So in a way, we need to make sure our preparation sessions are as well-organized as possible. It’s a one-stop shop for everything.

“With 18 months to go until the start of the Rugby World Cup. This announcement certainly adds to the enthusiasm for the tour ahead.”

Undecided by the Boks’ improvement, they will move their bases to Paris for the upcoming matches. As the two quarter-finals, semi-finals, and final will be played at the nearby Stade de France.

South Africa will spend 28 days in Toulon
South Africa will spend 28 days in Toulon

“We had a week of training in Paris for last season’s end-of-year tour. So we knew exactly what to expect in the country’s capital the week. Before the Irish Pool Match and the final stage of the match depended on our success at the Rugby World Cup progress,” Nienaber said.

“For the moment, though, our focus remains on the coming season and every game. Our play is crucial in our training for the Rugby World Cup.

“We intend to take every chance on the field as we are currently preparing for the start of the season. We look ahead to next year’s game.”

The Springboks start their 2022 season with three Tests against Wales in Pretoria (July 2), Bloemfontein (July 9), and Cape Town (July 16).

South Africa will then host the Rugby Championship home tests in Nelspruit and Johannesburg. (Saturday 6-13 August) and Argentina in Durban (Saturday 24 September).

The Boks will play two rugby tournaments outside of Australia (August 27 and September 3, respectively). Argentina in Buenos Aires on Saturday, September 17.

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Australian rugby big quandary as next-gen Wallabies weigh-up future before Rugby World Cup 2023

Australian rugby big quandary as next-gen Wallabies weigh-up future before Rugby World Cup 2023

Rugby Australia will hear next week whether two-fifths of the Brumbies Noah Lolesio will stay at home or go abroad. The 22-year-old playmaker, who played in 11 Tests last year and wore the number 10 in the first six Tests, is considering a deal in Japan. Rugby World Cup Fans can buy Rugby World Cup 2023 Tickets from our website.

“It’s not Tom Banks’ money,” said a source, referring to Lolesio’s teammate, who is leaving the Brumbies on a contract worth more than $1 million in Japan.

Rugby Australia Lolesio is in a situation - like Reds captain Fraser McReight in his flank position
Lolesio is in a situation like Reds captain Fraser McReight in his flank position

Still, that’s much more than his current contract, but if he stays, he’ll get a supplement from Rugby Australia.

He is the latest Test player to consider a move abroad, and veteran center-back Nic White is another player. Reportedly considering a World Cup transfer not only to the Brubys but also to the Wallabies battle.

Noah Lolesio

Lolesio is in a situation – like Reds captain Fraser McReight in his flank position. Pushing the Wallabies forward in the years following the Rugby World Cup 2023 from a group of talented organizers. Until then, Quade Cooper and James O’Connor were considered the leaders wearing number 10.

Tane Edmed, Ben Donaldson, Will Harrison, Reesjan Pasitoa, and maybe the most notable of them all. Tom Lynagh, also competed for the coveted No. 10 jersey five years before the British and Irish Lions series and the World Cup on Australian shorelines.

Australian rugby and Brumbies want to keep Lolesio, but they realize the difficult decision he has to make.

If Lolesio leaves, the Brumbies will no doubt attack playmaker Edmed Waratahs, one of three exciting 10-year-olds in NSW.

By chance, the RAs have skilled operators signing manager Nick Taylor and Wallabies manager Chris Webber. Who reportedly works well with players’ agents across the country.

Lolesio is unsure whether he wants to stay, but if he joins Japan’s Samu kerevi. The Wallabies will lose the players they’ve invested in. It would also leave the Wallabies with few players with experience in the number 10 test game.

Rugby Australia Lolesio is unsure whether he wants to stay, but if he joins Japan's Samu kerevi
Lolesio is unsure whether he wants to stay, but if he joins Japan’s Samu kerevi

What if veterans O’Connor and Cooper don’t make it to the World Cup or most of them miss and get injured?

O’Connor

O’Connor has been sidelined for at least a month with a knee injury, including the Reds’ crucial. First cross-Tasman Super Rugby game against the Hurricanes on Saturday.

It was the latest injury setback for O’Connor, who made his 2008 debut for the 18-year-old Wallabies and also missed three months last year.

Cooper was also banned from Japan this year. He was fit in last season’s rugby championship. When he returned to Rugby Australia and led the Wallabies to a run of five wins. But in the past, he has been prone to injury.

If either fails in a World Cup year, Lolesio could well be the next reserve team to join Matt Toomua.

Let’s not forget that in 2011, Stephen Donald was called to help by the All Blacks. And stepped forward to kick them to French glory in the final.

Lolesio isn’t the only young Gunner with their future in mind.

McReight, 23, led the Junior Wallabies to the 2019 Under-20 World Cup final. He is also growing frustrated with the lack of opportunities.

While his junior teammates such as No. 8 Harry Wilson and prop Angus Bell have been given time in the saddle. McReight’s development has been delayed by being in the same position as stimulating captain Michael Hooper.

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