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Former England winger James Simpson-Daniel has been forced to retire due to an ankle injury.
Cruden on the rise
Aaron Cruden is looking to raise the bar once again when New Zealand take on Argentina on Saturday.
Thomas prepares for operation
Former Wales and Scarlets prop Rhys Thomas will have an operation on Tuesday ahead of a heart transplant.
Coman named Edinburgh captain
Edinburgh has announced experienced back row Mike Coman will captain the team this season with Scotland international lock Grant Gilchrist as his deputy.
Beale, White axed by Australia
Australia have axed Kurtley Beale and Nic White as they look to kick-start their Rugby Championship campaign against South Africa.
Saints secure Fisher signing
Northampton have bolstered their back-row options with the signing of former London Irish flanker Jon Fisher.
Chiefs hand Phibbs trial
Exeter Chiefs coach Rob Baxter has revealed scrum-half Pat Phibbs is back with the club on a trial basis.
Munster add Guinazu as cover
Munster have signed Argentina hooker Eusebio Guinazu on a four-month deal.
Lewis setback for Ospreys
Ospreys forward Sam Lewis will sit out the opening weeks of the new campaign after suffering a ligament injury against Saracens.
Saracens bolster front row
Saracens have confirmed the signing of US Eagles international Phil Thiel on a short-term deal.
Bad break for Sexton
Johnny Sexton faces a race against time to be fit for Ireland's autumn international Test series after breaking his jaw playing for Racing Metro.
Wasps respond on ground move
Wasps have admitted they are working hard behind the scenes to find a new ground but are remaining tight-lipped on speculation about where it may be.
Top 14: Ratini lifts Grenoble
Alipate Ratini scored a magnificent hat-trick to lead Grenoble to a first Top 14 win of the season, 37-23 over Bordeaux-Bègles.
Burnell hails remarkable Weepu
Piri Weepu's "remarkable" recovery from a minor stroke proves the World Cup winner still has the tenacity to thrive in the Aviva Premiership, according to London Welsh head coach Justin Burnell.
Guildford wants fresh start
New Zealand winger Zac Guildford wants to put his past behind him as he starts a new chapter in his rugby career with French club Clermont.
Hibbard ready for debut
Richard Hibbard feels his move to Gloucester will give a chance to test himself in the best league in the world.
Reds sign O'Connor
O'Connor, 24, is returning to Australia after a spell in Europe, where he featured for London Irish and European champions Toulon.
South Africa call up Whiteley
South Africa have called Warren Whiteley into their squad for the upcoming Rugby Championship Tests in Australia and New Zealand after fellow loose forward Willem Alberts was ruled out through injury.
Welsh rugby peace deal agreed
The Welsh Rugby Union and the four Regions have struck a deal which puts an end to their long-running dispute.
IRB to become World Rugby
The International Rugby Board will be renamed 'World Rugby' from November 19 in a move described by chairman Bernard Lapasset as a "mission statement".