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A last-gasp missed conversion from Edinburgh meant Glasgow Warriors held on to claim a 23-22 victory in Saturday’s PRO14 clash at Scotstoun.
Life outside the Premiership kicked off with a defeat for Saracens as they were beaten 27-26 by Ealing in the Trailfinders Challenge Cup.
Harlequins’ Head of Medical Services Mike Lancaster speaks exclusively to Planet Rugby about the Stoop outfit’s toughest opponent, Covid-19.
There’ll be a new 25-team, three-division competition in Japan kicking off in January next year, the Japan Rugby Football Union announced.
The top 10 tries the British & Irish Lions have scored in the 2000s.
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England will only be able to select squads of 28 players for this year’s Six Nations after an agreement was reached due to Covid-19 concerns.
French Rugby Federation president and World Rugby vice-chairman Bernard Laporte gives positive news on the Six Nations Championship.
Saracens have named their team to face Ealing in the opening game of the Trailfinders Challenge Cup, with Billy Vunipola in the starting side.
Glasgow Warriors and Edinburgh have announced their line-ups as they prepare to go head-to-head in the second 1872 Cup game of the season.
Sale have found their replacement for Steve Diamond, with ex-player Alex Sanderson returning to the club from Saracens as the new boss.
Video of the Week delves into a superb encounter in the 1872 Cup.
Prop Tom Robertson says that the Waratahs’ off-field issues, combined with his Australia ambitions, convinced him to sign with Western Force.
George Turner is pleased that Scotland team-mate Duncan Weir has decided to return to Glasgow Warriors after signing a long-term deal.
We look back to one of the great Super Rugby sides in the Chiefs.
The final two rounds of pool games in the European competitions will not take place, with them moving straight into the knockout stages.
Liam Williams has been banned for three games after his red card for the Scarlets, ruling him out of Wales’ Six Nations match with Ireland.
Ireland great Sean O’Brien says that second-row Iain Henderson is the closest thing they have to England’s outstanding forward Maro Itoje.