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Northampton Saints and Wales wing George North says he was tempted to go for the 2016 Rio Olympics sevens team.
Jump racing legend Sir AP McCoy visits Saracens to help motivate the players for their end-of-season push.
Ulster's director of rugby Les Kiss thinks the Ospreys will "chance their arm" in Saturday's vital Pro12 contest.
Worcester director of rugby Dean Ryan confirms 12 players will leave Sixways at the end of the season.
British and Irish Lions lock Alun Wyn Jones hopes to return from a heel injury in time for Wales' June tour of New Zealand.
Scotland wing Dougie Fife and lock Alex Toolis are among a clutch of players leaving Edinburgh at the end of the season.
Ex-Scotland scrum-half Chris Cusiter retires from rugby union to start a Scotch whisky business in Los Angeles.
Bath sign South African hooker Michael van Vuuren from fellow Premiership side Leicester Tigers for the 2016-17 season.
Argentina wing Horacio Agulla will leave Bath at the end of the season after four years with the Premiership club.
Harlequins agree to sign fly-half Ruaridh Jackson from Premiership rivals Wasps ahead of next season.
Premiership side Newcastle Falcons sign Canada lock Evan Olmstead from Championship club London Scottish.
London Irish captain Luke Narraway is confident the club will return to the Premiership at the first attempt.
Scrum-half Nic Groom will join Northampton Saints from Super Rugby side Stormers in time for the start of next season.
Premiership leaders Saracens agree to sign Bedford Blues lock Mark Flanagan on a two-year deal.
Dragons and Wales forward Andrew Coombs is "devastated" to be told he needs a seventh knee operation after 13 months out.
Scarlets backs Tom Williams and Gareth Owen sign contracts to remain at the region for the next two years.
BBC Sport assesses what the future may hold for London Irish following their relegation from the Premiership.
Wasps hooker Edd Shervington is planning to go into show business when he retires at the end of the season aged 31.
Pro12 strugglers Newport Gwent Dragons should become a "developmental" team in Welsh rugby, says ex-Wales captain Gwyn Jones.
Doncaster and Bristol both win away in the semi-final first leg to gain advantage in the Championship play-offs.