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Moray Low says he wants to put himself in the "shop window" for Scotland by performing well for Exeter.
Sale captain Dan Braid says he is fully focused on playing despite his upcoming coaching role next season.
World Cup-winning prop Ben Franks gets set to return to the scene of New Zealand's Twickenham triumph with London Irish.
Cardiff Blues hooker Matthew Rees is banned for seven weeks for stamping on Harlequins number eight Nick Easter.
Wasps director of rugby Dai Young says the club's lock Joe Launchbury would make an ideal England captain.
Scrum-half Ruan Pienaar says he would consider staying on at Ulster after his current contract expires in 2017.
Leicester director of rugby Richard Cockerill says clubs are trying to lure Manu Tuilagi with "huge amounts of money".
Fly-half Ruaridh Jackson has put his World Cup omission behind him and is making a big impact at Wasps.
Bath prop Henry Thomas believes signing Luke Charteris acts as the icing on the cake of an already strong squad.
Exeter head coach Rob Baxter hopes new England head coach Eddie Jones will take a close look at his Chiefs squad.
Wasps director of rugby Dai Young says the task facing his side is to keep the high standards of recent weeks.
Northampton's Luther Burrell says he has no issue with Sam Burgess over the rugby league convert's World Cup selection.
Glasgow Warriors hooker Pat MacArthur faces up to six weeks out after undergoing surgery on a jaw fracture.
Bath have rewarded second row Dave Attwood with a three-year contract extension at the club.
Welsh grassroots and semi-professional rugby players make up third of all banned British athletes, a BBC probe finds.
Captain Alun Wyn Jones says Ospreys cannot get carried away after making a good start to their European campaign.
A public memorial service for New Zealand great Jonah Lomu is to be held next Monday in Auckland.
Fans think the statue resembles Japan rugby star Ayumu Goromaru.
Zach Kibirige and Marcus Watson gave Newcastle a pace threat in Sunday's win against Enisei, says boss Dean Richards.
Castres' Scotland lock, Richie Gray, is close to finalising a four-year contract with Toulouse for next season.