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Another busy day in rugby union as we look back at the week’s action in Super Rugby and name our best XV from the games that took place.
Santiago Socino has set his sights on receiving international honours after joining Super Rugby side the Jaguares in his native Argentina.
Check out the highlights from the semi-finals of the PRO14, as well as the Champions Cup qualification game between Ospreys and Scarlets.
Check out the highlights from Round 22 of the Premiership, starting with Exeter’s 40-21 win over Northampton at Sandy Park on Saturday.
With the dust having settled on Round 14 of Super Rugby, we have gone through the action to pick out the best players from the past weekend.
London Irish have added to their impressive list of signings after confirming the addition of lock forward Ruan Botha from the Sharks.
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 over the past week.
New Zealand head coach Steve Hansen has given his clearest indication yet that Sonny Bill Williams will be in the All Blacks’ World Cup squad.
The Crusaders said they “strongly refute” accusations that some of their players were involved in a row in Cape Town over the weekend.
Former Wallabies full-back Israel Folau said not appealing his Rugby Australia dismissal is by no means an “acceptance” of the verdict.
Toulouse sealed a 43-36 come-from-behind Top 14 win over Bordeaux Begles in a match of two halves at Stade Chaban-Delmas on Sunday.
Dave Rennie praised his players after their semi-final against Ulster, a result that booked a spot in next weekend’s PRO14 final at Celtic Park.
Ospreys coach Allen Clarke said it is not a foregone conclusion that experienced lock Alun Wyn Jones will be leaving the Welsh region.
It is time for Planet Rugby’s Sunday Social, your quirky recap of the serious and not so serious talking points from the week’s action.
The Waratahs’ Tolu Latu has been axed from a Wallabies training camp in Brisbane and will face the Rugby Australia integrity unit on Monday.
Lyon made sure of their place in the Top 14 play-offs and strengthened their position in third after overcoming La Rochelle 29-19 on Saturday.
Ospreys booked their place in next season’s Champions Cup after they won a play-off with the Scarlets 21-10 at Liberty Stadium on Saturday.
Northampton Saints will take their place in the Premiership play-offs, despite succumbing to Exeter Chiefs 40-21 at Sandy Park on Saturday.
Leinster bounced back from last week’s Champions Cup heartbreak to beat Munster 24-9, thus securing their place in next week’s PRO14 final.