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John Nicholson returns to Planet Rugby to discuss the looming windfall for Premiership clubs and why they should not follow football’s lead.
Worcester Warriors have announced that highly-regarded fly-half Jamie Shillcock has committed to the club by signing a new two-year contract.
The match officials for this weekend’s action have been confirmed, with Nigel Owens taking charge of Saturday’s Toulouse versus Wasps clash.
Two previous winners, Pieter-Steph du Toit and Malcolm Marx, are among five nominees for this year’s SA Rugby Player of the Year Award.
Wallabies and Brumbies back-row David Pocock has revealed he cancelled an off-season trip to Zimbabwe due to “grief” with his neck.
All Blacks utility back Ben Smith’s long association with the world champions will end when he joins Pau after the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
Leinster coach Stuart Lancaster has revealed he will speak with future Ireland boss Andy Farrell about the possibility of reuniting as a team.
World Player of the Year Johnny Sexton has signed a new contract which will see the fly-half play his rugby in Ireland until June 2021.
Head coach Bernard Jackman has parted company with the Dragons after just 18 months in the role at the region, according to reports.
The Bulls have announced that Pote Human will take the head coach’s role for the upcoming Super Rugby campaign, replacing John Mitchell.
Scotland wing Tommy Seymour has agreed a contract extension with Glasgow Warriors, keeping him at the PRO14 club until at least 2020.
Michael Heaney has become the latest Worcester Warriors player to commit his future to the club after signing a new two-year contract.
USA star Danny Barrett showed his power at the Cape Town Sevens.
Now that the dust has settled on Round Three of the Champions Cup, we’ve gone through the action to pick the best players from the games.
Bok coach Rassie Erasmus says he won’t stay on as head coach beyond Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan but will remain as Director of Rugby.
Highlights of the Champions Cup action, starting at Murrayfield.
Rugby Australia chairman Cameron Clyne said a decision on Wallabies head coach Michael Cheika’s future will be made “ahead of Christmas”.