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  • Grayson ponders fate of falling Saints

    Northampton Saints boss Paul Grayson has admitted his side's hopes of avoiding relegation from the Guinness Premiership suffered what could turn out to be a...

  • Leeds Tykes will return to top-flight rugby

    The mounting pressure on Premiership strugglers Northampton and Worcester has been increased by the news that Leeds Tykes have secured their passage back to the...

  • Bristol repel worried Worcester

    Worcester Warriors slipped closer to the precipice after losing 22-17 to Bristol at the Memorial Stadium on Saturday, but managed to secure an all-important bonus...

  • Wilkinson refusing to talk relegation

    Newcastle Falcons fly-half Jonny Wilkinson refused to contemplate the prospect of relegation from the Guinness Premiership ahead of Sunday's basement battle with Northampton Saints.

  • Bath and Gloucester share the spoils

    Gloucester and Bath fought out a 21-21 drawn in an anticlimactic West Country derby at the Rec on Saturday, a result that leaves clear water...

  • Wasps edge Adams Park thriller

    Wasps edged a thriller of a game by the narrowest of margins, 27-26, over Saracens in the Guinness Premiership at Adams Park on Sunday.

  • Exiles forced to bow at the Stoop

    NEC Harlequins star Andrew Mehrtens kicked two penalties and converted four tries on his first start since New Year's Day as his side notched up...

  • Saints defeat prepares them for drop

    Newcastle heaped the pressure on Northampton with a hard fought 16-7 victory in the Guinness Premiership at Kingston Park on Sunday, securing their status in...

  • Tigers snatch a win at Edgeley Park

    Leicester Tigers returned to the top of the Premiership after a penalty goal from Sam Vesty snatched a dramatic 26-25 victory over Sale Sharks at...

  • Preview: Bristol v Worcester

    Flanker Pat Sanderson returns for Worcester as the Warriors coach John Brain makes three changes to his team for the Guinness Premiership clash with Bristol...

  • Preview: Harlequins v London Irish

    NEC Harlequins have made four changes to their team for the Guinness Premiership clash against London Irish at the Twickenham Stoop on Saturday.

  • Malone pulls the plug on Bath

    NEC Harlequins have announced the signing of fly-half Chris Malone on a two-year contract and will join the club at the end of the current...

  • Preview: Bath v Gloucester

    England star Iain Balshaw will return to the Gloucester number 15 shirt for the Guinness Premieship west country derby match against Bath at the Rec...

  • Saracens keep hold of their Bok

    Springbok scrum-half Neil de Kock has signed a contract extension that will keep him at Saracens until 2010.

  • Preview: Newcastle v Northampton

    Newcastle Falcons have made four changes to their side as they prepare to host Northampton Saints in the Easter Sunday Guinness Premiership clash at Kingston...

  • Visser spreads his wings for Falcons

    Newcastle Falcons wing Tim Visser has signed a new two-year deal, keeping him at Kingston Park until the end of the 2008/9 season.

  • Bristol have player clear out

    Bristol are to release six players from their squad at the end of this season - including Italy international Marko Stanojevic.

  • Wheeler wants clubs to have a bigger say

    Leicester chief executive Peter Wheeler believes it is vital clubs have "an increased say" in the development of rugby union's flagship European competitions.

  • Gareth Delve-s into new territory

    Gareth Delve, the Bath and Wales number eight, has signed a three-year contract with Gloucester and will join from West Country rivals Bath at the...

  • Cohen dismisses Saints exit

    Struggling Guinness Premiership club the Northampton Saints have dismissed speculation surrounding England wing Ben Cohen's future at the club as "total rubbish."

  • Falcons retain their England trio

    Newcastle Falcons today made a massive statement of their intent, by agreeing new contracts with England stars Toby Flood, Jamie Noon and Mathew Tait.

  • Wasps keep hold of rising star

    London Wasps starlet Danny Cipriani has signed a new two year contract with the club that will see him wearing a Wasps shirt until the...

  • What goes around comes around:Vickery

    England captain and Wasps prop Phil Vickery reflected on the punch that ended his Six Nations and vowed: "What goes around comes around".

  • Perry pulls the plug at Bath

    Matt Perry, Bath's longest serving player, has announced his retirement from rugby. The 30-year-old has made the decision because of a bulging disc in his...

  • Gloucester top the Premiership table

    Gloucester moved to the top of the Guinness Premiership as they ended their season at Kingsholm unbeaten in the league and left Newcastle in the...

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