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Another busy day in the rugby union game as the Ospreys announce Steve Tandy’s removal as their head coach after their European exit.
Centre Henry Slade has added to England’s injury concerns after missing their training camp in Portugal due to a shoulder injury.
Bulls head coach John Mitchell has included 38 players in his squad, also announcing co-captains, for the upcoming Super Rugby season.
France scrum-half Morgan Parra has been ruled out of their opening Six Nations encounter against Ireland at the Stade de France on February 3.
Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend has added hooker Neil Cochrane to his squad ahead of their opening Six Nations fixture against Wales.
Gloucester back-row Freddie Clarke and wing Ollie Thorley have both put pen to paper on contract extensions to remain at Kingsholm.
Northampton have confirmed that new signing Heinrich Brüssow has joined up with the first team squad after touching down in the UK.
Ospreys have announced they have parted company with head coach Steve Tandy with the region out of Europe and struggling in the PRO14.
Munster lock Jean Kleyn is relishing a South African reunion when the Irish side tackle Toulon in the quarter-finals of the Champions Cup.
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Ulster have announced that the proposed signing of former All Black fly-half Stephen Donald will not be completed because of an injury.
Saracens head coach Mark McCall is in combative mood and says his side fear no one ahead of their Champions Cup clash at Leinster.
Hurricanes blindside flanker Brad Shields is looking to put himself in contention for England selection when he joins Wasps later in the year.
Fly-half Jono Lance has been released from his contract with the Melbourne Rebels and will join the Reds with immediate effect.
Munster secured a home quarter-final slot following a dominant 48-3 triumph over Castres in the delayed Pool 4 game at Thomond Park.
La Rochelle booked a spot in the Champions Cup quarter-finals but are set for a road trip in the knockouts after a 16-7 victory over Harlequins.
The quarter-finals of this year’s Champions Cup have been confirmed, with top seeds Leinster hosting Saracens in the pick of the matches.