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  • Saracens blow Bristol away

    Fiji star Kameli Ratuvou made a two-try return as Saracens inflicted a five-try 45-15 victory over Bristol in Sunday's EDF Energy Cup clash at Vicarage...

  • Ruddock happy with “Fantastic” Talei

    Worcester chief Mike Ruddock hailed the contribution of debutant Netani Talei after Saturday's 23-22 win at Harlequins in the EDF Energy Cup.

  • Leicester looking good

    Leicester Tigers welcome new coach Marcelo Loffreda to Welford Road next week having kept alive their hopes of retaining the EDF Energy Cup.

  • Falcons edge out Newport

    Newcastle edged out Newport 29-24 in their EDF Energy Cup tie at Kingston Park on Saturday, despite the absence of big names Jonny Wilkinson, Jamie...

  • Late Sanderson try seals Worcester win

    A late try from Pat Sanderson helped Worcester Warriors to a morale-boosting 23-22 win over Harlequins at the Twickenham Stoop in the EDF Energy Cup...

  • Tigers bully Blues out of Welford Road

    Leicester Tigers struck an emphatic blow for England in the Anglo-Welsh EDF Energy Cup on Saturday, beating Cardif Blues 42-20 with a terrific display of...

  • Scarlets crush Leeds

    Llanelli Scarlets produced a resounding bonus point 59-19 victory over Leeds to re-ignite their EDF Energy Cup hopes on an emotional Friday at Stradey Park.

  • Preview: Ospreys v London Irish

    For the first time this season London Irish are able to select an all-international front row for the EDF Energy Cup match away to the...

  • Preview: Saracens v Bristol

    Saracens welcome back three World Cup stars into their starting line-up for Sunday's all-important EDF Energy Cup clash against Bristol at Vicarage Road.

  • Preview: Harlequins v Worcester

    New signing Netani Talei will make his Worcester debut as one of four changes Warriors coach Mike Ruddock has made to his team to take...

  • Powell out for six weeks

    Worcester Warriors coach Mike Ruddock has revealed scrum-half Ryan Powell is facing six weeks on the sidelines after breaking a bone in his foot.

  • Preview: Newcastle v Dragons

    The Dragons have made a total of nine changes, four in the backs and five in the pack, for their EDF Energy Cup match against...

  • Preview: Scarlets v Leeds

    Scarlets coach Phil Davies has made a whopping nine changes to his line-up for Friday's vital EDF Energy Cup clash against Leeds at Stradey Park.

  • Tait putting the RWC behind him

    England centre Mathew Tait is hoping a return to action for Newcastle this weekend can take his mind off the World Cup final. The talented...

  • Preview: Saracens v Bristol

    Saracens welcome back three World Cup stars into their starting line-up for Sunday's EDF Energy Cup clash against Bristol at Vicarage Road.

  • Preview: Leicester v Cardiff Blues

    Dai Young has named a Cardiff Blues side showing six changes for their EDF Energy Cup clash against Leicester Tigers at Welford Road on Saturday.

  • Bristol turn the Scarlets pale

    Bristol followed up three wins out of their last four Guinness Premiership outings with their best performance of the season to beat the Scarlets 18-11...

  • Quins edge the Exiles

    There was no dream return to London Irish for England's Peter Richards as Harlequins, his former club, recorded their second win over the Exiles this...

  • Officials under fire in EDF matches

    Both Wasps' Ian McGeechan and Newcastle coach John Fletcher launched attacks on match officials after drawing matches in the opening round of the EDF Energy...

  • Wasps hit a new low in Wales

    A single penalty each meant Newport-Gwent Dragons and London Wasps fought out a dire 3-3 draw at Rodney Parade in their first EDF Energy Cup...

  • Gloucester and Falcons share spoils

    Newcastle Falcons, inspired by the return of England star Toby Flood, got their EDF Energy Cup campaign off to a promising start by holding Gloucester...

  • Ospreys sack Sixways

    The Ospreys gave all Wales a reason to cheer by thumping Worcester in the opening round of the EDF Energy Cup, running in seven tries...

  • Bath pull plug on champions

    Bath transferred their fine Premiership form to the EDF Energy Cup by edging out Leicester Tigers, the reigning champions, with a 20-14 win at the...

  • Saracens run amok in Leeds

    A trio of Leeds old-boys helped Saracens to kick off their EDF Energy Cup campaign with another comfortable victory, 46-28, at Headingley Carnegie on Friday.

  • Preview: London Irish v Harlequins

    Only seven days after he played for England in the Rugby World Cup Final in Paris, Peter Richards makes his debut for London Irish in...

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