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Wales head coach Warren Gatland has named a 39-man squad for this year’s Six Nations, including Wasps openside flanker Thomas Young.
On the back of Bristol signing Nathan Hughes, Wasps have confirmed that Willie le Roux will also be leaving them at the end of the season.
Bristol Bears have confirmed that England international number eight Nathan Hughes will join the club from Wasps ahead of next season.
Leicester fly-half Matt Toomua is determined to end their Champions Cup pool campaign on a positive note at Welford Road on Saturday.
Wales could be without number eight Taulupe Faletau for Six Nations 2019 after his club side Bath confirmed that he’s fractured his forearm.
Wallaby Kurtley Beale has apologised to Rugby Australia after a video emerged showing him in a room as a man snorted a white substance.
Wasps have announced that Georgian loosehead prop Zurabi Zhvania has committed himself to the Premiership club for the 2019/20 season.
Teimana Harrison has signed a contract extension with Northampton Saints which will see him stay at Franklin’s Gardens until at least 2022.
Glasgow Warriors head coach Dave Rennie hailed his forwards’ showing after Sunday’s Champions Cup victory over Cardiff Blues at Scotstoun.
Now that the dust has settled on Round Five of the Champions Cup, we have gone through the action to pick the best players from the games.
Saracens centre Nick Tompkins praised his team-mates after he shone in Sunday’s 28-10 Champions Cup win over Lyon at Stade de Gerland.
Dragons chairman David Buttress has confirmed Ceri Jones has been appointed as the region’s coach until the end of the current season.
Wallabies back-row Sean McMahon’s days as a Sunwolves player are over before it even started due to a foot injury which requires surgery.
Saracens bounced back from last week’s Premiership defeat to Sale by beating Lyon 28-10, sealing their Champions Cup knockout progression.
Exeter gave their hopes of qualifying for the Champions Cup knockout stages a major boost as they impressed in a 34-12 victory over Castres.
Ulster boss Dan McFarland called their win over Racing 92 “awesome” as they gave their Champions Cup qualification hopes a major boost.
Bath director of rugby Todd Blackadder gave number eight Taulupe Faletau the green light in terms of fitness ahead of the Six Nations.
Bill Mata created one of the tries of the season as Edinburgh moved closer to European qualification after a 28-17 triumph over Toulon.
Ulster kept the pressure on Racing 92 in Pool Four of the Champions Cup when they beat the Parisian club 26-22 in Belfast on Saturday.
Leinster won the battle of the European heavyweights courtesy of a 29-13 Champions Cup victory over Toulouse at the RDS Arena on Saturday.