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With a thrilling weekend now over, test your knowledge on the games that took place in the European Champions Cup and Challenge Cup.
Brian O’Driscoll turns 40 today. Here’s a quiz on the Ireland legend.
Now that the dust has settled on Round Six of the Champions Cup, we have gone through the action to pick the best players from the games.
Ireland have suffered a blow after versatile forward Tadhg Beirne was ruled out of the opening two rounds of their Six Nations campaign.
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.
Exeter Chiefs have received a boost after three England internationals, Luke Cowan-Dickie, Jack Nowell and Henry Slade, signed new deals.
The Waratahs have announced a player swap deal with the Reds with Karmichael Hunt confirming his move to Sydney for Super Rugby 2019.
Champions Cup holders Leinster will take on Ulster at home in the quarter-finals of the 2018/19 competition after defeating Wasps.
Now we have our final eight teams, who will win the Champions Cup?
Leinster secured themselves a home quarter-final against Ulster in the Champions Cup after they eased past Wasps, winning 37-19 on Sunday.
England head coach Eddie Jones has suggested Ireland fly-half Johnny Sexton has a “bat phone” to referees in the lead-up to their showdown.
Now we have our final eight teams, who will win the Challenge Cup?
It is time for Planet Rugby’s Sunday Social, your quirky recap of the serious and not so serious talking points from the weekend’s action.
Munster wrapped up top spot in Pool 2 of the Champions Cup after they edged Exeter 9-7 at Thomond Park, dumping the Chiefs out of Europe.
Ulster qualified for the Champions Cup quarter-finals with a dramatic 14-13 comeback win over Leicester Tigers at Welford Road on Saturday.
Watch the video highlights from Round Six of the Champions Cup.
Saracens sealed top spot in Champions Cup Pool Three by beating Glasgow Warriors 38-19 in an entertaining clash at Allianz Park.
After days of rumours circulating in the press, Racing 92 and former Springbok fly-half Pat Lambie has confirmed his retirement, aged 28.
England captain Owen Farrell was on Saturday ruled out of Saracens’ Champions Cup clash with Glasgow and is set for surgery on his wrist.