Portugal

  • d’Orey forced out of RWC

    Portugal second row Marcello d'Orey has been ruled out of his sides remaining two Rugby World Cup games with a calf injury that he sustained...

  • Portugal beat the All Blacks

    Not many people will know that Portugal in fact did manage to beat New Zealand on Saturday, but only in a impromptu football match between...

  • Portugal achieve their goal

    Tomaz Morais was delighted with the way his Portuguese side equipped themselves, despite suffering a 108-13 loss at the hands of the All Blacks on...

  • Uva looking ahead already

    Portugal captain Vasco Uva was pleased with the opening twenty-five minutes from his side in their 108-13 defeat to New Zealand on Saturday.

  • Os Lobos in defiant mood

    Portugal have vowed to stand up to the might of the All Blacks when the teams meet for the very first time at the Stade...

  • Somoza gets four week ban

    Juan Severino Somoza, the Portugal blindside flanker, has been slapped with a four week ban for head butting Scotland second row Nathan Hines.

  • Portugal emerge with credit

    Heading into their very first Rugby World Cup game on Sunday there was not much hope for Portugal, or at least that is what most...

  • Portugal get political backing

    Former Portuguese Prime Minister Jose Manuel Barroso has hailed his countries upcoming debut in the Rugby World Cup having watched them play on Sunday. Portugal...

  • Portugal warm up against London Welsh

    Portugal will play a Rugby World Cup warm-up match against London Welsh at the end of July, six weeks before they make their World Cup...

  • Canada to host Portugal

    Rugby Canada has confirmed that the Canadian Test side will host the Portuguese, the final nation to qualify for the 2007 Rugby World Cup, in...

  • To France via jail for six Portuguese

    Portugal are going to France for the World Cup. Some of them are going via jail. They lost 18-12 to Uruguay in Montevideo but had...

  • Portugal to play Montpellier

    In its preparations for the World Cup qualifier with Uruguay, Portugal will play against Montpellier.

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