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Exeter kick off in Wales
Exeter Chiefs will begin their defence of the LV= Cup with a trip to Wales to face Newport Gwent Dragons.
ACT deserve title says Mowen
Skipper Ben Mowen says the Brumbies deserve to win the 2014 Super Rugby title after three years of hard work.
In 2010 England went into the IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup hoping to finally lift the trophy that had been denied to them by losing the finals to New Zealand in 2002 and 2006.
Waratahs v Brumbies: Teams
The strongly-favoured NSW Waratahs have the lure of hosting their first Super Rugby final if they can get past the ACT Brumbies in a mouthwatering all-Australian semi-final clash at Allianz Stadium in Sydney.
Crusaders v Sharks: Teams
Seven-time champion Crusaders take on a ravenous Sharks side in the first Super Rugby semi-final at the usually impenetrable fortress that is AMI Stadium in Christchurch on Saturday.
Anscombe joins Cardiff
Cardiff Blues have signed Super Rugby star Gareth Anscombe from New Zealand side Waikato Chiefs.
Quartet commit to Blues
The Blues have been buoyed by news a quartet of their leading players have signed deals to remain at the franchise.
Cheika learns Leinster lessons
Warratahs coach Michael Cheika says his experiences in his early days at Leinster will help him avoid making the same mistakes ahead of this weekend's Super Rugby semi-final against Brumbies.
England aim to take final step
England's women will draw on the pain of three near misses when they take to the field at next month's Rugby World Cup in France, says back-rower Alexandra Matthews.
Glasgow capture Cheetahs' prop
Glasgow Warriors have captured the signature of South African Rossouw de Klerk, subject to the prop being granted a visa and passing a medical.
Commonwealth chance for Habana
World Cup winner Bryan Habana has an outside chance of competing in the Commonwealth Games after being granted a late release from his French club Toulon.
Exiles sign second row Down
London Welsh have continued their overhaul of their squad by making Cardiff Blues lock James Down their 24th new arrival of the summer.
Australia call up Speight
Henry Speight has been named in Australia’s 32-man squad for the forthcoming Rugby Championship – even though the Fijian-born winger is ineligible for half of their fixtures.
Habana gets Commonwealth nod
Heineken Cup champions Toulon have released winger Bryan Habana to play for South Africa Sevens at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Sky Sports News HQ is coming
Sky Sports News will relaunch on channel 401 as Sky Sports News HQ from August 12, offering even more breaking news across a streamlined TV, digital and mobile service.
Caucaunibuca re-signs for Agen
Fijian rugby star Rupeni Caucaunibuca is making a return to the European game after re-signing with former club Agen in France.
Jones: Glasgow huge for rugby
Former Wales captain Ryan Jones thinks the exposure rugby sevens is going to receive at the Commonwealth and Olympic Games will be a “game-changer”.
Four quizzed over attack
Four men have been questioned by French police after three Clermont Auvergne players were hospitalised on Sunday morning.
White: History is meaningless
Sharks director of rugby Jake White insists history is meaningless as they travel to Christchurch for a Super Rugby semi-final showdown with the Crusaders.
Potgieter takes semi berth
Waratahs head coach Michael Cheika has backed all three of his locks to play a decisive role in Saturday's Super Rugby semi-final against the Brumbies, despite dropping Will Skelton in favour of Jacques Potgieter.