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  • Boer to call it a day at Kingsholm

    Gloucester flanker Jake Boer will leave the Guinness Premiership club at the end of the season after seven years at Kingsholm.

  • Worcester look dead and buried

    Gloucester came through a gritty encounter to win 33-19 at a sell-out Kingsholm to maintain their push for Guinness Premiership honours and leave Worcester further...

  • Sharks lose at Edgeley Park

    The Sale Sharks failed to bag a home win in their Guinness Premiership clash against London Irish, going down 14-9 at Edgeley Park on Friday.

  • Saints march over Leicester

    Northampton Saints held on to win 10-9 in a closely contested Guinness Premiership encounter at Franklin Gardens on Saturday. A try by scrum-half Mark Robinson...

  • Bristol booted off the park

    Adrian Jarvis kicked five penalties as Harlequins claimed a surprise 15-8 victory over Bristol in the Guinness Premiership on Saturday as they continue their impressive...

  • Bory try rescues late draw for Bath

    A late try by Bath wing David Bory rescued a 20-20 draw for his side against Saracens in the Guinness Premiership on Saturday.

  • Wasps lose their sting against Newcastle

    A Matt Burke masterclass performance inspired Newcastle to a five-try Guinness Premiership mauling of a woeful London Wasps team at Kingston Park on Friday.

  • 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.

  • Preview: Bath v Saracens

    Saracens coach Alan Gaffney has made four changes to his starting line-up for the Guinness Premiership clash against Bath at The Rec on Saturday.

  • 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.

  • 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...

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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.

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • Tigers win ugly in the west

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

  • 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...

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