Aviva Premiership

  • Narraway to stay at Gloucester

    Gloucester number eight Luke Narraway has signed a one-year contract extension that will keep him at Kingsholm until June 2008.Narraway, 23, is excited by Gloucester's...

  • Ma’asi heads to Leeds from Cornwall

    Leeds Carnegie have announced their first new signing since their change of ownership, with former Tongan international hooker Viliami Ma'asi joining the club from Cornish...

  • Bath’s Chief Executive offers reassurance

    Bob Calleja, the Bath Rugby Chief Executive, has issued a message of thanks and reassurance to the supporters after the defeat by ASM Clermont Auvergne...

  • Two Pumas sign up at Leeds

    Leeds Carnegie received a major boost for their plans ahead of their return to the Guinness Premiership with Argentinean internationals Martin Schusterman and Pablo Bouza...

  • Barnes begins Bath uprising

    Bath prop David Barnes has launched a stinging attack on the club's officials, accusing them of a gross lack of foresight which is threatening to...

  • Baxendall back with Sale

    Former Sale Sharks player Jos Baxendall has been unveiled as the clubs new backs coach.

  • Saracens shed four more players

    Ben Broster and club captain Simon Raiwalui are both departing Saracens ahead of next season, with Ben Russell and Tevita Vaikona expected to head to...

  • Wasps discard Thrower

    Edd Thrower will be leaving London Wasps at the end of this season after three years with the club, and joining Saracens. The back-three player...

  • London Irish whip up a Fury

    London Irish have announced the signing of scrum half Warren Fury from London Wasps. The 21 year old, a product of the Wasps Academy, first...

  • Gloucester in cross-code Vainikolo swoop

    Gloucester have confirmed that prolific rugby league winger Lesley Vainikolo will join the club at the end of June from Bradford Bulls to take up...

  • Richards commits to Quins

    Harlequins director of rugby Dean Richards has signed a three-year extension to his contract. The new deal will keep the 43-year-old former England

  • Murray pledges future to Saints

    Scotland prop Euan Murray has told Northampton he will not be exercising the get-out clause in his contract following the club's relegation from the Guinness...

  • Saracens extend Visagie stay

    Saracens' South African prop Cobus Visagie has signed a one-year contract extension with the Guinness Premiership club. The 33-year-old will now embark on a fifth...

  • Jeremy Paul signs for Gloucester

    Wallabies hooker Jeremy Paul has agreed to join beaten Guinness Premiership finalists Gloucester in a three-year deal.

  • Table-toppers may be rewarded

    Moves are afoot to appease those who refuse to accept the play-offs as a rightful end to a Guinness Premiership league season.

  • Leeds Tykes become Leeds Carnegie

    Leeds' return to the Guinness Premiership will be marked by a major re-branding of the team, with Leeds Metropolitan University taking a majority stake in...

  • Mefin Davies makes his home in the Tigers lair

    Wales hooker Mefin Davies has signed with Leicester Tigers having spent three season at their close rivals Gloucester.

  • Tigers take trophy number two

    Leicester Tigers produced their most impressive performance yet to take the second trophy of the treble they are chasing, beating Gloucester 44-16 at Twickenham on...

  • Ryan admits a Premiership final mismatch

    Gloucester coach Dean Ryan admitted his side were completely dominated during Saturday's Guinness premiership final, describing it as a 'mismatch' in all areas.

  • Gloucester lose Bortolami to injury

    Gloucester's Guinness Premiership title hopes suffered a major setback after injured captain Marco Bortolami withdrew from Saturday's final against Leicester at Twickenham.

  • Corry pays tribute to his team’s class

    Martin Corry paid tribute to his side's approach after Leicester claimed a 44-16 victory over Gloucester in the Guinness Premiership final.

  • Ratuvou cited for dangerous tackle

    Saracens wing Kameli Ratuvou has been cited for an alleged dangerous tackle during last Saturday's Guinness Premiership semi-final against Gloucester at Kingsholm.

  • Bates heads back to Newcastle

    Newcastle Falcons have announced the return of Steve Bates to Kingston Park, joining the club as coaching and technical director.

  • Hazell wants a taste of Premiership glory

    Andy Hazell has revealed his "burning desire" to see Gloucester crowned Guinness Premiership champions of England at Twickenham on Saturday.

  • Tigers duo in monthly awards double act

    Leicester continued their successful season with Dan Hipkiss and Pat Howard winning the Player of the Month and Coach of the Month respectively for April.

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