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Ex-All Black Collins killed in crash

Former New Zealand international Jerry Collins dies in a car crash in France, says New Zealand's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Scotland’s World Cup Squad – Runners and Riders

The team from Scottish Rugby Blog Towers takes a look at the runners and riders in Vern Cotter's extended Scotland squad to see who's likely to make it to the World Cup...

Tom English's Scotland Rugby World Cup squad

With Vern Cotter naming a World Cup training squad of 46 players, Tom English predicts who will make Scotland's final 31.

Saracens name Heath Harvey new CEO

Premiership champions Saracens announce that Heath Harvey will replace Edward Griffiths as the club's new CEO.

Gloucester lose two 2014-15 points

Gloucester are docked two 2014-15 points for fielding an ineligible player, Mariano Galarza, against Sale in March.

Leicester bring in Bateman and Kitto

Leicester Tigers sign Exeter Chiefs hooker Greg Bateman and former New Zealand Under 20s scrum-half Jono Kitto.

Five on Blues shortlist - Holland

Cardiff Blues chief executive Richard Holland says they have drawn up a five-man shortlist for the vacant head coach's role.

Glasgow prop Murray moves to Pau

Prop Euan Murray joins French Top 14 newcomers Pau after leaving Glasgow and ending his Scotland career.

Davies rues World Cup-ending injury

Wales centre Jonathan Davies is disappointed to be missing the World Cup but says he could not risk his knee injury.

O'Connell to end Ireland career

Ireland captain Paul O'Connell will retire from international rugby after the World Cup - while he is also set to leave Munster.

Warriors 'character' key - Bruzulier

Worcester scrum-half JB Bruzulier says the character they showed in their play-off final win augurs well for next season.

Bath ready to win trophy - McDonald

Bath Rugby managing director Tarquin McDonald says the club are ready to win a trophy after their Premiership final disappointment.

Barclay in Scotland's World Cup pool

John Barclay and South Africa-born duo Josh Strauss and WP Nel are included in Scotland's World Cup training squad.

England yet to comment on Cipriani

England are waiting for more details to emerge before commenting on the arrest of fly-half Danny Cipriani.

Tait agrees new Leicester contract

Full-back Mathew Tait signs a new contract with Leicester Tigers, after backing out of a deal to join French side Bayonne.

Hartley 'gutted' to miss World Cup

Banned England hooker Dylan Hartley is "gutted" to be missing the World Cup but denies he will quit international rugby.

Wales 'stronger' than 2011 - McBryde

Wales forwards coach Robin McBryde says the 2015 Rugby World Cup training squad is "stronger" than the 2011 group.

Rugby star in drink-drive arrest

England fly-half Danny Cipriani is arrested on suspicion of drink-driving following a car crash in west London on Monday morning.

Wales' World Cup ones to watch

As Wales name their 47-man World Cup training squad, BBC Wales rugby correspondent Gareth Charles looks at the players to watch.

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