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Harlequins sign back row Luamanu

Premiership side Harlequins sign New Zealand-born back row Mathew Luamanu from Benetton Treviso.

Schmidt keeps Ireland squad guessing

Ulster's Iain Henderson says Ireland coach Joe Schmidt is giving little away over his selection to face Wales on 8 August.

Rugby club expansion is step closer

Bath Rec Trust's appeal against a decision blocking Bath Rugby's plans to expand its stadium is allowed by the Upper Tribunal.

Scotland’s Route to the World Cup Final

With a little help from Superbru, we map the unlikely results that see Scotland through to the RWC Final...

Gatland doubts Faletau's Bath move

Wales head coach Warren Gatland suggests he would not sanction number eight Taulupe Faletau's proposed move to Bath.

Pick Slade over Burgess, says Baxter

Henry Slade should be picked ahead of Sam Burgess at centre for England, according to Exeter Chiefs coach Rob Baxter.

Warriors release Mieres & Stephenson

Worcester Warriors offload two of their surplus backs, stand-off Ignacio Mieres and winger James Stephenson.

Gloucester pair sign new contracts

England winger Charlie Sharples and forward Tom Savage and sign new long-term contracts with Gloucester.

VIDEO: Trinder hopeful of early comeback

Gloucester centre Henry Trinder says his rehabilitation from a knee injury is going well and he hopes to return sooner than predicted.

Lee 'on course' for World Cup opener

Wales and Scarlets prop Samson Lee is recovering "ahead of schedule" from injury and could be fit for the start of the World Cup.

Concussion 'link to brain function'

There could be a link between repeat concussion and brain function, the lead researcher of a new study funded by World Rugby says.

Dragons appoint Thomas as captain

Former Wales hooker Rhys Thomas succeeds the retired Lee Byrne as Newport Gwent Dragons captain for 2015-16.

Exeter ready for Bath and Gloucester

Exeter hooker Jack Yeandle says the club will not take their pre-season tournament with Bath and Gloucester lightly.

Faletau move in WRU's hands - Ford

Bath coach Mike Ford says the potential signing of forward Taulupe Faletau is now in the hands of the Welsh Rugby Union.

From rugby player to businessman

How former Australia scrum-half George Gregan built up a food and hospitality business that employs 280 people.

Scotland need more leaders - Wright

A lack of top level experience may hinder Scotland at the World Cup, worries former prop Peter Wright.

Australia set up NZ title decider

Australia beat Argentina with three second-half tries to set up a Rugby Championship decider against New Zealand.

South Africa 20-27 New Zealand

Skipper Richie McCaw scores the decisive late try as the All Blacks beat South Africa 27-20 away in Johannesburg.

Ford keen to keep Burgess at flanker

Bath coach Mike Ford says he will still pick Sam Burgess at flanker but understands why England want him at centre.

More Rugby World Cup tickets on sale

An additional 100,000 tickets for the 2015 Rugby World Cup will go on sale next week, with over two million sold so far.

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