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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.
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.
Sexton set for Leinster return
Ireland fly-half Johnny Sexton is expected to return to former club Leinster from French Top 14 club Racing Metro when his contract expires next year.
Top 14: Montpellier fight back
Montpellier produced a stirring fightback against Grenoble to get their season back on track thanks to Jonathan Pélissié's last-gasp penalty.
Toulouse crush Castres
Toulouse made it two wins from two at the start of the Top 14 season with a bonus-point 35-6 victory over Castres at Stade Ernest Wallon.
Sexton ponders contract offer
Ireland fly-half Jonny Sexton is pondering a new four-year contract offer from French giants Racing Metro.
Injury blow hits Charteris
Racing Metro have been struck by a blow after Wales international second-row Luke Charteris was ruled out for eight weeks with a broken foot.
Rugby Championship R1
The Rugby Championship, featuring the three best sides in world rugby, kicked off over the weekend with South Africa the only team to record a victory.
Top 14 Rnd 1: Flood debut win
A review of Saturday's games in Round One of the Top 14.
Toulon outmuscle Bayonne
Toulon made a successful start to the defence of their Top 14 title as they beat Bayonne 29-15 at the Stade Jean Dauger in Friday’s season curtain-raiser.
Live European rugby on Sky
Sky Sports will kick off its European Rugby Champions Cup coverage with the winners of last season’s Heineken Cup, Amlin Challenge Cup, Aviva Premiership, Top 14 and PRO12 all live during the first two rounds.
Wilkinson: No regrets
Former England fly-half Jonny Wilkinson has insisted that he does not regret his decision to retire from rugby – although he still sometimes dreams about playing.
Ex-France skipper Nallet to retire
Former France captain and second-row Lionel Nallet, 37, has announced that he will retire at the end of the 2014/15 season.
Smith joins Springboks squad
Juan Smith has been added to the South Africa squad for the Rugby Championship with Victor Matfield on the sidelines.
Toulon sign Pau prop
Former Pau tighthead Karim Bougherara is set to sign a one-year deal with Toulon provided he passes a medical on Tuesday.
Toulon turn down ex-Bok prop
South African World Cup winner CJ Van der Linde's potential move to Toulon as a medical joker appears to be off.
Toulon plan for life after Wilkinson
Toulon manager Bernard Laporte has explained that he has not yet decided on the long-term successor to Jonny Wilkinson.
Hayman given Toulon captaincy
Former New Zealand prop Carl Hayman will take over the captaincy at French side Toulon following Jonny Wilkinson’s retirement from rugby.
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.
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.