Aviva Premiership General

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • 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.

  • Five-star Gloucester triumph

    Gloucester put an under-par Sale team to the sword in the Guinness Premiership on Saturday, running away 44-24 winners scoring five tries in the process.

  • Tigers feast on poor Falcons

    A rampant Leicester romped home 44-5 over Newcastle on Saturday to take a comfortable bonus point win in the Guinness Premiership. It is a result...

  • Llewellyn just keeps going

    Former Wales international Gareth Llewellyn has signed a contract to extend his playing career by another year with Bristol.

  • Bristol turn the tables on Northampton

    Bristol have added yet another chapter to the fairytale that is their season, coming back from a half-time deficit of eight points to record a...

  • Irish fall away as Saracens march on

    Saracens' bright start to the year continued unabated as they pocketed a workmanlike 19-8 win at Vicarage Road on Sunday, but the game hardly served...

  • Easter sees red as Bath romp home

    Bath gave their flagging Guinness Premiership campaign a shot in the arm on Saturday, notching up a four-try 31-23 victry over NEC Harlequins at the...

  • Worcester and Wasps put Sixways to sleep

    Guinness Premiership strugglers Worcester closed the gap on nearest relegation rivals Northampton by grinding out a dour 3-3 draw against Wasps at Sixways on Friday.

  • Sackey on the mend

    Wasps and England winger Paul Sackey is on the recovery road and could return to full training in three or four weeks after undergoing successful...

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