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It’s that time again for Planet Rugby’s Video of the Week, bringing you standout footage you may like. Today it’s Squidge Rugby’s final review.
Wales and Scarlets have been dealt a blow after Jonathan Davies and Rhys Patchell were ruled out for six months and 16 weeks respectively.
Ulster second-row Iain Henderson admits he can’t wait to test himself against the best in the Champions Cup, which kicks off this weekend.
New Zealand’s five franchises have named their squads for the 2020 Super Rugby season, with the Crusaders looking to retain their title.
The match officials for this week’s action have been confirmed, with Ben Whitehouse handed the first Champions Cup clash of the season.
Hurricanes loosehead prop and Australia international Toby Smith has announced he is retiring from rugby following issues with concussion.
Another busy day in the rugby union game as we begin our build-up to the 2019/20 Champions Cup plus there’s also Who’s hot and who’s not.
Wasps have been dealt a blow after second-row James Gaskell was ruled out for up to 14 weeks after undergoing a shoulder operation.
Ahead of the 2019/20 Champions Cup, we dig through the archives to highlight a hero from a previous tournament. First up, Owen Farrell.
With the 2019/20 Champions Cup kicking off this weekend, we give our verdict on which teams will be in the hunt for the coveted silverware.
Check out the highlights from Round Six of the PRO14, starting with Leinster’s impressive 42-11 win over Connacht at the Sportsground.
Check out the highlights from the fourth round of the Premiership, starting with Sale Sharks’ 28-18 win over Wasps at AJ Bell Stadium.
Bristol Bears boss Pat Lam praised the attitude and commitment of his side after their impressive 20-17 victory over Exeter Chiefs on Sunday.
It’s time for our Monday wrap of who has their name in lights and who is making the headlines for all the wrong reasons after the weekend.
Rugby Australia (RA) CEO Raelene Castle has admitted that re-signing former Waratahs and Wallabies utility back Israel Folau was a mistake.
London Irish director of rugby Declan Kidney hailed how his side “stood up to the challenge” as they defeated Leicester Tigers 36-11 on Sunday.
Leicester’s poor start to the Premiership season continued on Sunday as they suffered a 36-11 loss to London Irish at the Madejski Stadium.
There are two tasty games in the Premiership on Sunday as London Irish host Leicester Tigers while Exeter Chiefs take on Bristol Bears.
Rugby World Cup-winning Springbok back-row forward, Francois Louw, has given his reaction to calling time on a 10-year international career.