Ryan Jones believes Wales must start fast at the Rugby World Cup if they are to emerge from the ‘Group of Death’.
Wales coach Warren Gatland says Toby Faletau’s international career will not be hampered if he moves to Bath.
England will play three Tests against Australia for their summer tour in June next year.
Wales have appointed Toulon's Paul Stridgeon as their new head of physical performance.
World Cup winner Will Greenwood has backed Stuart Lancaster on his zero tolerance of ill-discipline in the England squad.
Mike Tindall believes Stuart Lancaster's faith in his principles will stand England in good stead at the World Cup.
England full-back Mike Brown will be eased back into training after recovering from concussion.
Ireland captain Paul O’Connell has announced that he will retire from international rugby after the World Cup.
Harlequins prop Joe Marler says his rehabilitation from a shoulder injury is generally going well despite an accident at home.
George North has declared himself fit for Wales' Rugby World Cup campaign, despite missing the last two months.
Wales have included nine uncapped players in their 47-man training squad for the Rugby World Cup.
Owen Farrell has avoided what could have been a costly citing for his high tackle on Anthony Watson during the Aviva Premiership final on Saturday.
Guy Noves has been named the new head coach of France's national rugby union team.
Wales have confirmed that Newport Gwent Dragons centre Tyler Morgan will be part of their World Cup training squad.
Christian Wade keen to impress England selectors when he takes to the field against the Barbarians on Sunday.
Joe Schmidt admits Ireland have lost control of Jack McGrath's World Cup participation after the prop's yellow card against the Barbarians.
Thomas Waldrom could get a chance to take out his frustrations on England after being added to the Barbarians squad.
Martin Johnson backs Stuart Lancaster’s decision to omit Steffon Armitage and Nick Abendanon from his training squad.
England centre Manu Tuilagi will miss the World Cup after pleading guilty to assaulting a police officer.
Jonathan Joseph is disappointed that Manu Tuilagi is out of England's plans for the immediate future.