Aviva Premiership

  • Preview: Harlequins v Bristol

    It's a much changed Bristol side who will take the fieldfor the Guinness Premiership clash against Harlequins at the Stoop on Saturday.

  • Cohen warned for official push

    Ben Cohen of Northampton Saints has been warned to his future conduct after he pushed touch-judge Peter Huckle in the chest during the Guinness Premiership...

  • Sale keep hold of four Sharks

    England internationals Mark Cueto and Chris Jones have both signed extended long-term deals with Guinness Premiership champions Sale Sharks.

  • Bristol capture Blowers

    Guinness Premiership title contenders Bristol have announced the signing of former All Blacks back-row forward Andrew Blowers. Blowers, who had a successful five-year stint with...

  • Spencer staying a Saint

    Northampton Saints insist that Carlos Spencer will be seeing out his contract with the club, meaning he will not be moving to French club Agen...

  • Balding’s season cut short

    Gloucester number eight Adam Balding will undergo an operation on his Achilles next Thursday that will rule him out for the rest of the season.

  • Another fly-half leaves the Exiles

    Wasps have signed London Irish fly-half Riki Flutey for the start of the next Guinness Premiership season in September. Flutey, who made his debut for...

  • Exiles cast their eye on Richards

    London Irish look poised to make a major swoop in the transfer market by signing England scrum-half Peter Richards.

  • Worsley explains his non-appearance

    England flanker Joe Worsley and Wasps director of rugby Ian McGeechan explained the selection mystery surrounding the player following today's 26-18 Guinness Premiership victory over...

  • Sale Sharks fail to grab a morsel

    Sale Sharks' prospects of retaining their Guinness Premiership crown look increasingly bleak after they failed even to notch a bonus point in a 26-18 defeat...

  • Chesney try gives Sarries the spoils

    A last-minute try from lock Kris Chesney - who signed a contract extension at Saracens earlier in the week - gave the team from Watford...

  • Irish claw back crucial points

    London Irish notched a crucial Guinness Premiership win over Bath on Saturday, gaining significant ground on the other teams in the hunt for a Heineken...

  • Chesney extends his stay with Saracens

    Kris Chesney has committed his future to Saracens after signing a new two-year contract with the Guinness Premiership club. Chesney is now in his 12th...

  • Tigers win ugly in the west

    Leicester Tigers maintained their Guinness Premiership title challenge with a pugnacious 6-13 win in Worcester on Saturday.

  • Saints drawn into relegation fight

    Northampton Saints look like they will spend the rest of the season battling for survival after going down 15-28 to Harlequins in the Guinness Premiership...

  • Preview – London Irish v Bath

    England players Danny Grewcock and Lee Mears will both be starting for Bath against London Irish in the Guinness Premiership on Saturday, despite England coach...

  • Farrell will start for Saracens

    England centre Andy Farrell will start for Saracens when play-off rivals Gloucester arrive at Vicarage Road on Sunday.

  • Preview – Bristol v Newcastle

    Bristol Rugby make several changes to their starting line up as they welcome Newcastle Falcons to the Memorial Stadium on Sunday, with Richard Hill's team...

  • Premiership to stay the same size

    Fears that two clubs might be axed from the Guinness Premiership are likely to prove unfounded. Reducing the size of the English top flight had...

  • Bristol pick up new props

    Bristol have signed Irish props Peter Bracken and Ray Hogan from London Wasps and Connacht respectively, ahead of next season. Bracken joined London Wasps from...

  • Grayson gives Saints youngsters a chance

    Northampton Saints' duo Stephen Myler and Luke Myring have returned from injury to start Wednesday night's historic Club v Country Challenge against Argentina.

  • Ward-Smith goes under the knife

    Bristol Rugby physio Paul Tompkins today provided the latest update on number eight Dan Ward-Smith's knee injury.

  • Sale Sharks lose chief executive

    Niels de Vos has announced his resignation as the chief executive of Sale Sharks, after landing the equivalent post at the UK Athletics association.

  • Tigers snap up travelling Albi prop

    Leicester Tigers have signed former England U21 prop Boris Stankovich from French club Albi for next Guinness Premiership season.

  • Thompson will not shed his Sainthood

    England and Northampton Saints hooker Steve Thompson has moved to quash recent speculation about an imminent departure from Franklin's Gardens.

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