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Former Ireland Under-20 lock Tadhg Beirne leaves Leinster to join Pro12 rivals Scarlets ahead of the 2016-17 season.
Premiership newcomers Bristol add former Wales international Jonathan Thomas to their backroom team as defence coach.
Worcester Warriors will have one of the six best Premiership budgets next season, says chief executive Jim O'Toole.
Gloucester centre Henry Trinder will be out of action 'for the foreseeable future' after undergoing knee surgery.
Edinburgh sign Samoan centre Sasa Tofilau from National League club Kirkcaldy one a one-year contract.
Exeter head coach Rob Baxter says England's attacking approach under Eddie Jones has benefitted winger Jack Nowell.
Championship club London Irish sign Oyonnax and former Harlequins lock George Robson on a one-year contract.
Premiership side Sale Sharks sign Cardiff Blues and Wales second-row Lou Reed on a two-year deal.
England's whitewash of Australia is a massive result but this team has an even brighter future, says ex-England & Lions centre Jeremy Guscott.
Scotland fail to find a Eureka moment as their Six Nations rivals and opponents Japan make breakthroughs, writes Tom English.
Addressing a lack of strength in depth is just one of the issues facing Wales after a 3-0 series whitewash in New Zealand.
Iain Henderson says Ireland must target a first win over New Zealand in November after the narrow series defeat in South Africa.
Huw Jones enjoys his Scotland debut in Japan but does not know if he will be available for the autumn internationals.
Wales will be better for the experience of their New Zealand tour despite a 3-0 series whitewash, says coach Warren Gatland,
England secure their third World Rugby Under-20 Championship with a 45-21 win over Ireland in Manchester.
World Cup winner Matt Dawson believes that the next three years of English rugby are going to be 'a joy to watch'.
Ireland captain Rory Best says the future for Ireland rugby is bright despite losing their tour of South Africa 2-1.
Scotland coach Vern Cotter is happy to secure a fourth win in five Tests despite a frustrating display against Japan in Tokyo.
England head coach Eddie Jones praises their performance after England beat Australia 44-40 in their final test in Sydney to secure a series whitewash.
England are still searching for their "perfect game" despite a 3-0 Test series win in Australia, captain Dylan Hartley says.