Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones admits that World Cup pain is spurring him on to make a fourth British and Irish Lions tour.
Johnny Sexton’s second-half injury cast a shadow over Leinster’s storming 43-16 Champions Cup win over Northampton at Franklin’s Gardens.
Former Australian rugby union player Israel Folau has settled his legal dispute with Rugby Australia (RA) and New South Wales Rugby Union (NSWRU) after his dismissal for a homophobic social media post.
New Wales head coach Wayne Pivac was delighted to lay some Six Nations foundations after beginning his reign with victory over the Barbarians.
Wayne Pivac celebrated his first game in charge of Wales with a 43-33 win over the Barbarians as Warren Gatland’s return to Cardiff ended in defeat.
Justin Tipuric says new Wales coach Wayne Pivac has already instituted change and that his ultimate ambition must be to win the World Cup.
New Wales coach Wayne Pivac has defended the selection of players on residency after naming New Zealand-born Scarlets wing Johnny McNicholl in his first side to take on the Barbarians.
England may have enjoyed a successful World Cup by finishing runners-up to South Africa, but their coaching team led by Eddie Jones is in a state of flux. Here Press Association Sport examines the status of the back room staff in the wake of confirmation that Scott Wisemantel has left.
Saracens overwhelmed the Ospreys 44-3 but their first home match since the salary cap scandal broke was played amid a subdued atmosphere at Allianz Park.
Joe Marler has taken the internet by storm with an extended metaphor about a horse.
Harlequins head of rugby Paul Gustard predicts Joe Marler will continue to play for England, despite the loosehead prop taking it one game at a time.
Eddie Jones fears England may feel the fallout from Saracens’ salary cap breach as main sponsors Allianz seek talks with the double winners over concerns arising from the scandal.
Saracens have chosen not to appeal against their 35-point deduction and £5.36million fine for salary cap breaches.
Saracens are expected to drop their appeal against heavy punishments for breaking the Premiership’s salary cap.
Jack Singleton was shocked to find out Saracens are facing a 35-point deduction and a fine of over £5million but is itching to help his new team keep silencing their critics.
Sonny Bill Williams is excited about the challenge ahead at Toronto Wolfpack and revealed he started finalising his move to the Super League newcomers the day after New Zealand’s semi-final defeat to England.
Saracens back Alex Lozowski has warned rival clubs they will be back on the trophy trail again soon despite the salary cap breach currently dominating the headlines.
Mark McCall says everyone at Saracens is aware of the need to be patient in pursuit of answers over the club’s long-term future.
Liverpool took a firm grip on the Premier League title race with a 3-1 home victory over champions Manchester City at Anfield. There was more top-flight VAR controversy this weekend and disappointment for England’s Lionesses before a record Wembley crowd. But the sporting weekend did see success for England’s men’s cricketers in New Zealand.
Sale boss Steve Diamond has accused Saracens of being naive for believing they could sidestep salary cap regulations and says they should “take down the integrity and honesty signs” from their Allianz Park home for a year.