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  • England lock Itoje set to be fit for Six Nations December 14, 2017
    Maro Itoje will be available for the start of England's Six Nations title defence after Saracens revealed he faces a maximum of four more weeks in rehabilitation.
  • Who could replace Mallinder at Northampton? December 14, 2017
    Jim Mallinder's 10-year reign as Northampton Saints director of rugby came to an end on Tuesday, but who will replace him at Franklin's Gardens?
  • Lions defence coach departs for Munster December 14, 2017
    The Lions have confirmed the departure of long-serving defence coach JP Ferreira, who will join Irish side Munster in January.
  • CC team news: Quins without star trio December 14, 2017
    The Champions Cup is set for another enthralling weekend of action as the return legs of the double headers are played and pools continue to take shape.
  • Weekend predictions: Champions, Challenge Cups December 14, 2017
    European rugby is back with another stacked fixture list. ESPN's experts predict which teams are set for a big weekend, which players will shine and where your attention should be trained across the two competitions.
  • Blues head coach Wilson to join Wasps December 14, 2017
    Outgoing Cardiff Blues head coach Danny Wilson will join Wasps next season as part of an expanded coaching team.
  • Hanson leaves Rebels, joins Gloucester December 14, 2017
    Former Wallabies hooker James Hanson will leave the Melbourne Rebels to join Gloucester after two seasons at the Super Rugby club.
  • George: Saracens need Clermont response December 13, 2017
    Jamie George admits Saracens face judgement day as they seek to repair the psychological scarring inflicted by their European Champions Cup collapse to Clermont Auvergne.
  • All Blacks skipper Read needs back surgery December 13, 2017
    All Blacks skipper Kieran Read will undergo surgery on Saturday on a prolapsed lumbar disc.
  • Should Allister Coetzee stay or should he go? December 12, 2017
    KweséESPN weighs up the reasons why the Springbok coach should be fired versus why he should stay on until the 2019 World Cup in Japan.
  • Hat trick hero Raka leaves Saracens cold December 12, 2017
    Saracens' Champions Cup hopes look to be in tatters following an error-strewn 46-14 defeat to Clermont, their biggest ever European defeat.
  • 'Chaotic' EPCR handling cost Saracens £300k December 12, 2017
    Saracens owner Nigel Wray sided with Clermont as he hit out at Champions Cup organisers European Professional Club Rugby (EPCR) over the handling of the pair's rearranged fixture.
  • Pulver 'delivered' for Australian rugby December 12, 2017
    Outgoing Australian rugby boss Bill Pulver leaves behind a glowing legacy according to Rugby Australia chairman Cameron Clynes.
  • Castle unveiled as Rugby Australia CEO December 12, 2017
    The former Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and Netball New Zealand CEO will begin in the role January 2018 following the resignation of Bill Pulver in August.
  • Castle plays down description as pioneer December 12, 2017
    Raelene Castle says her experience in rugby league as Bulldogs chief executive "was very strong", and she doesn't expect her position in rugby union as the first female CEO of any of Australia's four football codes to be any different.

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