Northampton's Calum Clark Banned 32 Weeks →
Carter starts for Crusaders →
All Blacks fly-half Dan Carter will start his first game for the Crusaders since returning from injury in Saturday’s Super Rugby clash against the Lions.
Lancaster named England head coach →
Stuart Lancaster has been appointed as England’s new permanent head coach on a four-year contract, the Rugby Football Union have confirmed.
So long, Shaggy: Horgan announces retirement from... →
Gatland's gap year →
Castro backs Mallett for England job →
Achilles surgery for Bennett →
Huw Bennett looks to have played his last game for the Ospreys after the region confirmed he is to undergo surgery on his Achilles tendon.
Hartley escapes with eight weeks →
Hooker Dylan Hartley will be available for England’s June tour to South Africa after a disciplinary hearing suspended him for eight weeks.
Who said white men can’t jump?– London Irish director or rugby Brian Smith reflects on Tom Homer’s acrobatic try celebration against Leicester.
South African rugby team feared drowned in... →
Motherwell rugby club players were swept out to sea during a post-match swim near Port Elizabeth in South Africa. Volunteers rescued 15 players, but were unable to resuscitate one of the men, and five remained missing.
The Professional Game Board panel tasked with recruiting the next England head...– England head coach decision imminent as board meets last time to discuss Stuart Lancaster and Nick Mallett - Telegraph
Carter & McCaw deny reports of Italian move →
Colin Slade out for the year →
If Calum Clark is deemed to have done it on purpose it’s pretty...– Northampton Saints suspend Calum Clark Television footage of the game shows Rob Hawkins turning away in agony from a 21st-minute ruck with a broken elbow. Now Clark is accused of an act contrary to good sportsmanship for hyperextending Tigers hooker’s arm.
Jerome Kaino linked to Japan move →
Lydiate named Player of Six Nations →