Former Canadian rugby captain Aaron Carpenter, Canada's all time caps leader with 80, has retired after a string of head injuries. CP



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  • Wales upset Fiji 7s in Sydney

    Fiji Sports
    Wales ended a 14-match losing streak to Fiji by upsetting the Olympic rugby champion 28-15 in the Sydney Sevens on Saturday. ...
  • Ben awarded Fiji's top award

    Fiji Sports
    Englishman Ben Ryan was Monday awarded Fiji's highest honour for coaching the South Pacific nation's rugby sevens side to a historic gold medal at the Rio Olympics. ...
  • Fiji 7s win first Olympic gold

    Fiji Sports
    After 16 appearances in the Olympics, the tiny nation of Fiji has its first medal. ...
  • Fiji 7s for Olympic named

    Fiji Sports
    OSEA Kolinisau will captain Fijiís rugby sevens team in Rio de Janeiro as the Pacific Islands nation targets their first Olympic gold medal. ...
  • Fiji win back to back HSBC WRSS

    Fiji Sports
    By reaching the Cup quarter-finals at the HSBC London Sevens, Fiji confirmed their status as the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series champions. ...
  • World Sevens Series wide open: Maloney

    Fiji Sports
    TV commentator Sean Maloney gives us his thoughts on what was an epic HSBC Singapore 7s where Kenya showed that every tournament is up for grabs. ...
  • Fiji retian HK 7s

    Fiji Sports
    Fiji have won the Cathay Pacific/Hong Kong sevens after beating New Zealand for a second year running at the prestigious tournament. ...
  • Australia tames India with 9 wickets

    International Sports
    India lost nine wickets for 46 runs as Australia staged a remarkable fightback to win the fourth one-day international in Canberra. ...
  • Newcastle strike late to hold Man Utd

    International Sports
    Paul Dummett's late strike rescued a point for Newcastle as Manchester United missed the chance to go level on points with fourth-placed Tottenham. ...
  • Man Utd manager Gaal will not quit

    International Sports
    Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal says he will not quit despite seeing his side slip further off the top four. ...
  • Former president Joe passes away

    Local Sports
    The Fijian football community is in mourning following the death of former soccer administrator Joseph Wong. ...
  • Bournemouth stuns Man Utd

    International Sports
    Manchester United lost ground at the top of the table as their former striker Joshua King scored the winner in Bournemouth's 2-1 triumph - the Cherries' second shock win in a week. ...
  • Food poisoning in Fiji 7s camp

    Fiji Sports
    A bout of food poising has struck the Fiji sevens team ahead of this weekend's World Series leg in Cape Town. ...
  • Bastian Schweinsteiger charged by FA

    International Sports
    Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger has been charged with violent conduct by the Football Association after clashing with West Ham United's Winston Reid. ...
  • Bale, Ronaldo on Madrid's radar

    International Sports
    Gareth Bale's header and Cristiano Ronaldo's penalty eased the pressure on manager Rafael Benitez as Real Madrid earned an unspectacular win at Eibar. ...
  • England have 50-50 chance against rival

    International Sports
    England will have a 50-50 chance of being drawn against Wales, Northern Ireland or the Republic of Ireland in the Euro 2016 draw on 12 December. ...
  • Tiger Woods: Former number one says he had second surgery

    International Sports
    Tiger Woods has revealed he had a follow-up procedure on Wednesday to relieve discomfort which resulted from his back surgery in September. ...
  • New Zealand win ugly, Australia's class

    International Sports
    The 2015 Rugby World Cup final is a tantalising prospect. ...
  • RWC 2015: 'Craig Joubert wrong to award penalty'

    International Sports
    Referee Craig Joubert was wrong to award a crucial 78th-minute penalty against Scotland in Sunday's World Cup quarter-final defeat by Australia, says World Rugby. ...
  • France don't fear All Blacks' challenge

    International Sports
    France's forwards are counting down the days until they face world champions New Zealand in the quarter-finals on Saturday and licking their lips in anticipation of the physical confrontation to come. ...
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