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Warriors upgrade training facilities

Premiership side Worcester Warriors are to refurbish their indoor training facilities ahead of the new season.

AUDIO: Sir Gareth Edwards, window smasher

As the Ashes continue in Cardiff, Wales and Lions rugby legend Sir Gareth Edwards reveals his boyhood cricket exploits.

Newcastle sign Libourne prop Ryan

Premiership club Newcastle Falcons sign prop Paddy Ryan from French side Libourne on a two-year contract.

Lions announce 2017 NZ tour schedule

The British and Irish Lions will play two Tests in Auckland on their 10-match tour of New Zealand in 2017.

Wigan coach Deacon moves to Sale

Premiership side Sale Sharks bring in Wigan Warriors assistant coach Paul Deacon as their new attack and kicking coach.

Six Nations to Remain on Council Telly in BBC/ITV Deal

The BBC and ITV will team up to cover the Six Nations from 2016, it has been announced.

The shifting landscape of TV sport

"This is about emotion as well as big business" - BBC sports editor Dan Roan assesses a rapidly changing broadcasting world.

BBC & ITV share Six Nations rights

The BBC will share the rights to broadcast rugby union's Six Nations Championship with ITV for the next six years.

Prop Mujati in talks over Sale move

Premiership side Sale Sharks are in discussions to sign prop Brian Mujati from French club Racing Metro 92.

Cole mindful of 'World Cup bubble'

Escaping the "World Cup bubble" and developing mental strength is as important as England's on-field preparation, says Dan Cole.

Truck tyres and tennis as Wales train

Up close to the brutal training in Switzerland which Wales hope will bring Word Cup success - but do they risk burnout?

VIDEO: Wales aiming high in the Alps

Gareth Charles reports from Switzerland as Wales' rugby players are put through their paces ahead of the 2015 World Cup.

VIDEO: 'Toughest camp' for Wales players

Wales forwards coach Robin McBryde is pleased with the efforts of the players during a pre-World Cup training camp which has been described as "brutal."

Wales need mental toughness - Owens

Scarlets and Wales hooker Ken Owens believes qualifying World Cup Pool A will require "every bit of mental toughness".

Ex-B&Q boss to replace WRU's Lewis

The WRU names ex-B&Q boss Martyn Phillips, a "diehard Welsh rugby fan", to succeed Roger Lewis as chief executive.

'Australia right on exiled stars'

Wales' Luke Charteris says Australia were right to call in Toulon's Matt Giteau and Drew Mitchell ahead of the World Cup.

Wales exile 'issues' worry Williams

Wales cap centurion Martyn Williams warns current players about the effects of moving to England could have on their Test career.

Leinster's Douglas wanted by Aussies

Australia ask Leinster to release lock forward Kane Douglas for the Rugby Championship and the World Cup.

Concussion left England's Brown 'low'

England and Harlequins full-back Mike Brown says he had low moments while he recovered from the effects of concussion.

Alpine agony as Wales start build-up

Back in 1987 it was a three-day stay in Tenby - in 2015 Wales are beginning their three-month World Cup warm-up in the Alps.

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