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Gloucester have boosted their pack for the 2016-17 season by signing Leinster lock Tom Denton.
World Cup holders New Zealand can be beaten by the 'strongest' tourists in Welsh history, says former Wales captain Martyn Williams.
Gregor Townsend says holders Glasgow Warriors must show greater "emotional control" if they are to reach the Pro12 final.
Harlequins will be motivated by the death of prop Seb Adeniran-Olule when they play the Challenge Cup final, according to Conor O'Shea.
The Rugby Players' Association supports World Rugby chairman Bill Beaumont's plans to move the Six Nations.
Great Britain Sevens name 15-a-side internationals Cory Allen, Mark Bennett and Joe Simpson in their extended Olympic squad.
Team news as Harlequins face Montpellier in Friday's European Challenge Cup final at the Grand Stade de Lyon (20:00 BST).
Ahead of Saturday's final against Saracens, Racing 92 coach Ronan O'Gara talks culture, Carter and coaching.
Harlequins forward Nick Easter says the players want to win the European Challenge Cup for outgoing boss Conor O'Shea.
Dragons chief executive Stuart Davies says he is "busy" dealing with "approaches" from potential new backers of the region.
Kingsley Jones takes sole control of Newport Gwent Dragons as region does away with director of rugby post.
Experienced Scotland winger Sean Lamont signs a new one-year contract at Glasgow Warriors.
Flanker Josh van der Flier will miss Ireland's tour of South Africa and Leinster's Pro12 semi-final against Ulster because of injury.
The draw for the 2019 World Cup in Japan will be made in May 2017, five months closer to the start of the tournament than the 2015 draw.
Harlequins prop Seb Adeniran-Olule has died at the age of 20 in a road traffic collision.
Welsh rugby will review season after teams fail to make Pro12 play-offs, but there's no crisis, says WRU chairman Gareth Davies.