Aviva Premiership General

  • Preview: Leicester v Bath

    Leicester and Bath have announced their respective squads for the Guinness Premiership fixture at Welford Road on Saturday.

  • Preview: Leinster v Edinburgh

    Leinster have named Leo Cullen as captain for their opening Magners League game of the season, to be played against Edinburgh on Saturday at the...

  • Preview: Harlequins v Leeds Carnegie

    Harelquins and Leeds Carnegie have announced their respective squads for the Guinness Premiership fixture at the Twickenham Stoop on Saturday.

  • Quins sign short-term cover

    Harlequins have signed scrum-half Billy Fulton on a one-month contract to help relieve their international and injury troubles.

  • Saint-Andre issues first warning

    Sale director of rugby Philippe Saint-Andre is demanding an improved display when his side face Bristol at Edgeley Park on Sunday.

  • Saracens sign fly-half

    Guinness Premiership side Saracens have strengthened their fly-half options with the signing of Australian playmaker Craig McMullen.

  • ‘Volcano’ to do talking on the pitch

    Lesley Vainikolo is refusing to set any try-scoring targets this season but warned Guinness Premiership defences his lethal finishing will do all his talking for...

  • Leeds suffer double-injury blow

    Leeds Carnegie have been dealt a double injury blow after scans revealed that both Alberto Di Bernardo and Hendre Fourie will be out for at...

  • Falcons sink Sharks

    Newcastle recorded a brilliant bonus-point start to the new Premiership season, toughing out a 33-12 victory over Sale in blustery conditions at Kingston Park on...

  • Five-star debut from ‘Volcano’

    Lesley Vainikolo announced his arrival in the Guinness Premiership with an incredible five-try haul as Gloucester destroyed newly-promoted Leeds Carnegie 49-24 at Headingley on Sunday.

  • Depleted Tigers stun Bristol

    Sixteen unanswered second-half points gave Leicester a perfect 26-13 victory to kick-start their Premiership defence at Bristol on Sunday. The double winners were in scintillating...

  • Saracens show off new power

    European champions Wasps suffered a World Cup backlash as they lost to London rivals Saracens in the second Guinness Premiership double-header match at Twickenham.

  • Bath sink Warriors in opener

    Bath Rugby launched the Guinness Premiership season with a welcome 29-15 five-point haul against Worcester at The Recreation Ground on Saturday.

  • Harlequins stun Irish at HQ

    New signing Chris Malone guided Harlequins to an impressive 35-27 victory against London Irish on the opening day of Guinness Premiership season on Saturday.

  • Bath Rugby v Worcester Warriors

    Bath Rugby and Worcester have announced their squads for the opening Guinness Premiership fixture at The Rec on Saturday.

  • Preview: Harlequins v London Irish

    Twickenham will play host to London Irish and Harlequins as the two London sides kick-off the traditional Double-Header on Saturday.

  • Exiles sign Dunning

    London Irish have bolstered their front-row resources with the signing of prop Casey Dunning on a short-term contract.

  • Bristol v Leicester teams

    Bristol and Leicester have announced their teams for their opening Premiership fixture at the Memorial Stadium on Sunday.

  • Leeds Carnegie v Gloucester teams

    Leeds Carnegie and Gloucester have announced their teams for Sunday's Guinness Premiership fixture at Headingley Carnegie Stadium.

  • Preview: Newcastle v Sale Sharks

    Newcastle have announced their side to face Sale Sharks for Sunday's Guinness Premiership fixture at Kingston Park.

  • Chev crosses back to KR

    Bath Rugby aspirant Chev Walker is poised to announce his return to rugby league with Hull KR, who have beaten Wigan Warriors to his signature.

  • Preview: Wasps v Saracens

    Saracens have announced their team to face Wasps for the Guinness Premiership Double-Header at Twickenham on Saturday.

  • Quins sign Spanish hooker

    Harlequins have signed their second hooker in as many weeks with Diego Zarzosa joining the club on a six-week contract.

  • Newcastle name opening side

    Newcastle have announced their side to face Sale Sharks for Sunday's Guinness Premiership fixture at Kingston Park.

  • Flood has sights on Sharks

    Newcastle fly-half Toby Flood has one thing on his mind looking ahead to this weekend, and that's the Guinness Premiership. England's World Cup injury worries

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