Aviva Premiership

  • Sale make Laharrague deal permanent

    Sale Sharks have confirmed the signing of French full-back Julien Laharrague on a one year contract.

  • Ruddock relishing Worcester challenge

    Mike Ruddock is relishing getting to grips with life in the Guinness Premiership after his appointment as Worcester's new director of rugby.

  • Northampton accept Hartley’s fate

    Northampton Saints have withdrawn their appeal against Dylan Hartley's 26-week ban for eye-gouging. A three-man Rugby Football Union (RFU) disciplinary panel found the hooker guilty...

  • Ruddock takes the reins at Sixways

    Worcester Warriors have confirmed the appointment of Wales's Grand Slam-winning coach Mike Ruddock as their new director of rugby. Ruddock, who led Wales to a...

  • Corry up for unprecedented award double

    The nominees for the 2006/07 Guinness Premiership Awards have been announced, with the treble-chasing Leicester Tigers boasting three contenders in the coveted Player of the...

  • Gomarsall commits to Quins

    England scrum-half Andy Gomarsall has signed a new two-year contract that will keep him at NEC Harlequins until June 2009.

  • Reivers playmaker returns to Newcastle

    The dismantling of the Border Reivers continues apace with news that Newcastle Falcons have signed fly-half/full-back Steve Jones on a two-year deal.

  • Worcester part ways with Brain

    Worcester have announced the shock departure of rugby director John Brain, barely 48 hours after the Warriors secured Guinness Premiership survival with a well-taken win...

  • Wentzel gets his Tigers stripes

    Forgotten South African utility forward Marco Wentzel has agreed to a move to Leicester Tigers for next season.

  • Rampant Tigers end Wasps play-off hopes

    Leicester Tigers routed Wasps 40-26 in an entertaining Guinness Premiership encounter at Welford Road on Saturday earning a home semi-final play-ff spot in the process.

  • Gloucester end up top of the pile

    Gloucester ensured they finished top of the Guinness Premiership table with a convincing 35-13 victory over West Country rivals Bristol at Kingsholm on Saturday.

  • Bath clip the Falcons’ wings

    Bath held on to a late Newcastle charge to beat the home team 20-12 in their final Guinness Premiership encounter of the season at Kingston...

  • Brain lauds skipper Sanderson

    Worcester Warriors boss John Brain hailed a blistering performance by "captain marvel" Pat Sanderson after the Warriors secured Guinness Premiership survival on Saturday.

  • Too little too late for fallen Saints

    It's all over. Despite notching up a brave 27-22 win over London Irish at Franklin's Gardens on Saturday, Northampton Saints have been banished to the...

  • Preview – Northampton v London Irish

    London Irish has announced a strong starting line-up for their final Guinness Premiership match of the season with Northampton Saints at Franklin's Gardens on Saturday.

  • Brain plots Worcester’s survival

    Worcester Warriors boss John Brain insists his players are in a confident mood ahead of Saturday's make-or-break Guinness Premiership clash against Saracens at Sixways.

  • Preview: Gloucester v Bristol

    There's good news for England as Gloucester welcome back James Simpson-Daniel and Andy Hazell for Saturday's crucial Guinness Premiership clash with Bristol at Ashton Gate.

  • Preview: Newcastle v Bath

    Newcastle Falcons have made five changes to their side for the final Guinness Premiership match of the season against Bath at Kingston Park on Saturday.

  • Premiership permutations – who needs what

    Saturday marks the last day of the Guinness Premiership's regular season and there are pressing relegation and play-off issues still to be settled.

  • Tigers not fazed by fixture congestion

    Leicester Tigers boss Pat Howard has adopted a philosophical stance to the fixture congestion that is challenging his side's bid for an unprecedented treble.

  • Gordon Ross signs for Saracens

    Saracens have announced the signing of Scotland fly-half Gordon Ross on a two-year contract from French club Castres Olympique.

  • Saints appeal Hartley’s suspension

    Northampton Saints have lodged an appeal against Dylan Hartley's 26-week ban for eye-gouging. A Rugby Football Union (RFU) disciplinary panel found the hooker guilty of...

  • Bristol roar back into play-off places

    Bristol face an all-or-nothing showdown with West country rivals Gloucester at Ashton Gate on Saturday for a Guinness Premiership play-off spot, after they beat a...

  • Quins stock up for next season

    Harlequins have strengthened their roster of young English players by signing forwards Chris Brooker, James Percival and Phil Davies for next season.

  • Catt purring at award nomination

    London Irish and stand-in England captain Mike Catt leads the nominations for the Professional Rugby Players' Association (PRA) Player of the Year award.

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