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Ospreys wing Hassler signs new deal

Canadian wing Jeff Hassler signs a one-year extension to remain with the Ospreys until 2018.

Wasps' Jacobs to retire at age of 34

Wasps' experienced Australian centre Ben Jacobs is to retire from rugby at the age of 34.

Bristol 'great for Premiership' - Robinson

Bristol director of rugby Andy Robinson believes his side have plenty to offer the Premiership after their promotion.

Leicester sign prop Genge from Bristol

Leicester Tigers sign loosehead prop Ellis Genge from newly-promoted Bristol after a four-month loan spell.

Houston to leave Bath for Australia

Number eight Leroy Houston will leave Bath this summer to join Australian Super Rugby side Queensland Reds.

Chiefs chairman wary of rising salaries

Exeter Chiefs chairman Tony Rowe has warned against the escalating player salaries in the Premiership.

Bristol 32-34 Doncaster (Agg 60-47)

Callum Sheedy kicks 22 points as Bristol seal their Premiership return despite a 34-32 loss against a spirited Doncaster.

Ireland omit Madigan and McCloskey

Ian Madigan and Stuart McCloskey are left out of Ireland's 32-man squad for the Test series against South Africa.

Lancaster on GB cycling review panel

Former England rugby union coach Stuart Lancaster will take part in the independent review into the culture at British Cycling.

Kearney set to return for Leinster

Leinster full-back Rob Kearney is set to be available for Saturday's Pro12 final against Connacht at Murrayfield.

Who Makes the Plays Now?

With Finn Russell ruled out of the summer tour through injury, Gavin Harper runs the rule over the choices that Vern Cotter has at fly-half for the summer tour. Will he promote from within, and who might he call up? The post Who Makes the Plays Now? appeared first on Scottish Rugby Blog.

Exeter's Chudley free to play in final

Exeter's Will Chudley is free to play in the Premiership final after he is ruled to have accidentally kicked Wasps' Joe Launchbury.

Wales seeking Twickenham redemption

Wales will be aiming to make up for their defeat by England in the 2016 Six Nations when they meet at Twickenham on Sunday.

Play-off setbacks an advantage - Glynn

Bristol's Ben Glynn says the heartache of previous Championship play-off losses will help them in Wednesday's second leg.

Warburton set to miss England game

Wales captain Sam Warburton is expected to miss Sunday's game against England at Twickenham as he recovers from a shoulder injury.

Russell to miss tour due to head injury

Glasgow stand-off Finn Russell will miss Scotland's summer tour to Japan as he continues to recover from a head injury.

Injured Tuilagi out of Australia tour

Leicester centre Manu Tuilagi has been ruled out of England's three-Test summer tour of Australia with a hamstring injury.

Exeter's Chudley cited for alleged kick

Exeter scrum-half Will Chudley is cited for an alleged kick on Wasps' Joe Launchbury during Saturday's Premiership semi-final.

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