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Japan Times
Dec 21, 2015
Japan reveals Sunwolves roster; Hammett named as coach
A few of Japan's Rugby World Cup stars, including Akihito Yamada, Shota Horie and Hitoshi Ono, will headline the Sunwolves squad that will compete in Super Rugby next spring, team organizers revealed on Monday.
Dec 20, 2015
Coaches for Brave Blossoms, Sunwolves to be unveiled this week
Japan is set to name two New Zealand coaches this week as it looks to build on the ground-breaking performance of the Brave Blossoms at Rugby World Cup 2015.
Dec 5, 2015
Deans, Penney not interested in coaching Brave Blossoms, Sunwolves
Robbie Deans and Rob Penney both ruled themselves out Saturday of becoming head coach of the Brave Blossoms or the boss of Japan's new Super Rugby side the Sunwolves.
Nov 25, 2015
New SANZAR boss confident Sunwolves will be ready
Despite not having a coach or officially naming a single member of their playing roster, Japan's new Super Rugby side, the Sunwolves, will be ready to take part in the competition, according to new SANZAR chief executive Andy Marinos.
Japan Times
Nov 4, 2015
Goromaru joins Reds instead of Sunwolves
Japan fullback Ayumu Goromaru will join the Queensland Reds for the 2016 Super Rugby season on a one-year deal, the Reds said on their official website on Wednesday.
Oct 24, 2015
Goromaru won't play for Sunwolves
Japan's new Super Rugby side, the Sunwolves, took a hit Saturday with the news that Ayumu Goromaru is set to turn his back on the team and play for the Reds instead.
Japan Times
Oct 7, 2015
Fiji coach McKee denies Japan rumors
Fiji coach John McKee refuted rumors Tuesday that he was heading to Japan after the Rugby World Cup.
Japan Times
Oct 5, 2015
Japan eyes World Cup heroes for Super Rugby's Sunwolves
Japan's new Super Rugby franchise is hoping to ride the wave of the national team's World Cup success when it enters the competition next season.


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