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Harris signs in Japan but still in World Cup frame - Warwick Daily News

FORMER Wallabies playmaker Mike Harris hasn't closed the door on Australian rugby despite signing a two year deal with Toshiba Brave Lupus in the Japanese Top League. The 29-year-old, who played the last of his 10 Tests in 2013, will join his club ...

Ulster's fledgling fly-half McPhillips determined to seize opportunity of first senior start - Belfast Telegraph

The deal collapsed thanks to an injury sustained in the 35-year-old's final club game for his Japanese side Toshiba Brave Lupus last month, leaving it up to former Ireland Under-20s international Johnny McPhillips to take the reins in the No.10 jersey ...

Super Rugby 2018 transfers: Who won the off-season ins and outs? - Fox Sports

OUT: Mike Kainga (Taranaki), Loni Uhila (Clermont), Leni Apisai (Blues), Mark Abbott (Coca-Cola Red Sparks), James Broadhurst (retired), Geoffrey Cridge (Hawke's Bay), Toa Halafihi (Lyon), Hugh Renton (Hawke's Bay), Kylem O'Donnell (Taranaki), Chris ...

Former All Black World Cup hero Stephen Donald's deal with Ulster off after 34-year-old fails medical - Newshub

Stephen Donald's short-term deal with Irish outfit Ulster has been scuppered by injury. Ulster had agreed to sign former All Blacks first five-eighth Donald for the remainder of the season in place of Christian Lealiifano, who has returned to Australia ...

Stephen Donald's Irish deal turns sour after failed medical exam - Stuff.co.nz

The 34-year-old first-five was injured playing for Tokyo-based Toshiba Brave Lupus in the final game of the Japanese season, leaving Ulster in "a very difficult" position to find a replacement for Christian Lealiifano who has returned to Australia to ...

Donald's move to Ireland is off - Radio New Zealand

Donald was injured while playing for Tokyo-based Toshiba Brave Lupus in the final game of the Japanese season. Ulster say it will be "very difficult to find a suitable replacement" now. "Unfortunately, Ulster Rugby is not in a position to proceed with ...

Ulster's hopes of signing Rugby World Cup winner ended with injury - BreakingNews.ie

Ulster had agreed a short-term deal for the out-half where he was expected to sign from Japanese club Toshiba Brave Lupus. New Zealand's Stephen Donald kicks the winning penalty during the 2011 Rugby World Cup Final. Pic: David Davies/PA Archive/PA ...

Stephen Donald's move to Ulster falls through - SportsJOE.ie

SportsJOE reported earlier this month that the World Cup winner would sign for the province on a short term deal until the end of the season with incumbent fly-half Christian Leali'ifano set to return to the Brumbies for the start of the Super Rugby ...

Confirmed: Stephen Donald will not join Ulster - Irish Times

Ulster's signing of Stephen Donald to replace Christian Leali'ifano at outhalf has fallen through after the All-Black suffered an injury while playing for Toshiba Brave Lupus in the final game of the Japanese season. In a statement released on Monday ...

Andries Bekker calls it a day - Sport24

Cape Town - Former Springbok lock Andries Bekker has announced his retirement from professional rugby. Bekker played his final game for his Japanese club, the Kobelco Steelers, this past weekend when they defeated the Toshiba Brave Lupus in the ...

Ulster's new man Donald has big boots to fill, admits Rory Best - Belfast Telegraph

Finishing up the Japanese season with his Toshiba Brave Lupus club this weekend, the Belfast Telegraph can confirm that he is to then arrive at Kingspan Stadium. While confirmation is not expected until final details have been ironed out this week, the ...

Ex-All Black Donald to join Ulster - Sport24

Cape Town - Former All Black Stephen Donald is to join Ulster on a short-term contract as a replacement for flyhalf Christian Leali'ifano who is to return to Australia. The Irish Times reported Donald's signing will be officially confirmed in the next ...

Ulster to announce short-term signing of All Black Stephen Donald - Irish Times

Ulster are set to announce the short-term signing of All Black World Cup winner Stephen Donald to fill the void at out-half when Christian Leali'ifano returns to Australia towards the end of the month. Donald (34), who landed the winning kick to secure ...

Ulster set to sign New Zealand World Cup winner to replace Christian Leali'ifano - SportsJOE.ie

Donald, 34, is currently playing with the Tokyo-based Toshiba Brave Lupus in Japan's Top League and SportsJOE understands that he will join the northern province sometime after the club's 5th-place play-off with Kobe Steel Kobelco Steelers on Sunday. A ...

Wallabies abroad: O'Connor stars for Sale - Rugby.com.au

James O'Connor starred for Sale as they cruised to a big win over Bath, scoring a try and racking up 62 metres along the way. Tatafu Polota-Nau had to surrender bragging rights to his former Waratahs teammate Will Skelton in a loss to Saracens. The ...

Suntory ends Toshiba's Top League title hopes - The Japan Times

At the stadium that will host the opening game of Rugby World Cup 2019, Toshiba dominated the first 40 minutes but only turned around 12-10 up. Coenraad van Wyk scored a try and conversion and Hiroki Yuhara also touched down as the Brave Lupus spent ...

Another SA coach ditches Japan rugby - Sport24

Johannesburg - A third South African coach is done with Japanese rugby. Dawie Theron has informed his club team Docomo Red Hurricanes that he will not be available for a third year. He will return to South Africa at the end of this season, just like ...

DeNA to assume ownership of Brave Thunders from Toshiba - The Japan Times

Meanwhile, Toshiba, which has suffered through a major accounting scandal that surfaced two years ago and is currently in a rebuilding phase, will retain its industrial-league baseball (Toshiba Brave Areus) and rugby (Toshiba Brave Lupus) clubs. Under ...

Michael Leitch saves the day as Brave Lupus hold off Yamaha Jubilo - The Japan Times

“Battling to keep the ball was No. 1,” Leitch said. “Even in the scrums we asserted ourselves.” In a “home” game at Osaka's Yanmar Stadium, Yuki Yatomi opened the scoring for the hosts in the sixth minute with his fifth try of the season. Goromaru ...

Rugby: Leitch saves day as Brave Lupus hold off Yamaha Jubilo - Kyodo News Plus

Japan captain Michael Leitch saved a 27-22 Japan Top League win for Toshiba Brave Lupus on Sunday by stealing a turnover with Yamaha Jubilo pressing for a game-tying try after the hooter. Toshiba took a 14-7 lead in to the break but barely survived a ...

Toshiba Brave Lupus is a Japanese rugby union team in the Top League. They are based in Fuchu, Tokyo, as is their local rival Suntory Sungoliath. They won the second ever Top League championship in the 2004-5 season and the Microsoft Cup in 2005 under their innovative and inventive coach Masahiro Kunda, himself a former hooker for Toshiba and Japan. They are particularly known for the strength of their mauls. Before the Top League was created, the team was called Toshiba Fuchu after their location. Their slogan for 2006 season is "Once again to the Pinnacle ".

Toshiba Brave Lupus
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Full name Toshiba Brave Lupus
Union Japan Rugby Football Union
Nickname(s) Brave Lupus
Founded 1948
Location Fuchu, Tokyo, Japan
Ground(s) Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium, 27,188 capacity
Coach(es) Teppei Tomioka
Team kit
2nd kit

Toshiba Brave Lupus (Lupus is wolf in Latin) is a Japanese rugby union team in the Top League. They are based in Fuchu, Tokyo, as is their local rival Suntory Sungoliath. They won the second ever Top League championship in the 2004-5 season and the Microsoft Cup in 2005 under their innovative and inventive coach Masahiro Kunda, himself a former hooker for Toshiba and Japan. They are particularly known for the strength of their mauls. Before the Top League was created, the team was called Toshiba Fuchu after their location. Their slogan for 2006 season is "Once again to the Pinnacle (Restart)".

On 14 March 2008, Bristol Rugby player David Hill announced he'd leave the English club for Toshiba at the end of the season.

Top League 2017/18 - (R.13) Suntory Sungoliath v Toshiba Brave Lupus

24 December 2017.

Top League 2017/18 - (5th Place Play-offs, Semifinal) - Toshiba Brave Lupus v NEC Green Rockets

6 January 2018.

Top League 2016/17 - (R.11) Kobelco Steelers v Toshiba Brave Lupus

11 December 2016.

Japan Top League R11 Kobelco Steelers vs Toshiba Brave Lupus

Toshiba Brave Lupus/Panasonic Wild Knights - 1er essai de Sonny Bill Williams

La référence francophone du rugby japonais. http://japonrugby.xooit.fr/index.php http://www.japonrugby.net/ Le 1er essai de SBW lors du gros choc contre Toshiba Brave Lupus. Pas suffisant...

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