- Women's World Cup ready for kick-off
- The Women's Rugby World Cup gets under way on Friday when holders New Zealand take on Kazakhstan in France.
- Three in line for World Cup debuts
- Laura Keates, Natasha Hunt & Lydia Thompson will make World Cup debuts when England's 2014 campaign starts on Friday.
- France Women v Wales Women
- Captain Rachel Taylor believes Wales can do well at the Women's Rugby World Cup, starting against hosts France.
- Yarde aims to improve at Harlequins
- England wing Marland Yarde says moving to Harlequins from London Irish will help his development as a player.
- Exeter sign Namibia full-back Botha
- Exeter Chiefs make Namibia international full-back Chrysander Botha their eighth signing of the summer.
- Davies 'not bitter' about sacking
- Ex-Gloucester boss Nigel Davies insists he feels "no bitterness" towards the Premiership club after his sacking in May.
- Spencer appointed Lions tour manager
- Former England captain John Spencer is appointed tour manager for the British and Irish Lions' 2017 trip to New Zealand.
- Ireland women confident ahead of World Cup
- Ireland's women's rugby team are confident they can continue their impressive form at the forthcoming World Cup.
- Jersey bring in Argentine hooker
- Jersey head coach Harvey Biljon continues his pre-season preparations by signing Argentina hooker Martin Garcia Veiga.
- South Africa shock NZ to win gold
- South Africa shock New Zealand in the final of the rugby sevens to end the All Blacks' unbeaten Commonwealth Games record.
- Blues hope Anscombe represents Wales
- Cardiff Blues chief Richard Holland says he would like to see New Zealander Gareth Anscombe play for Wales.
- Rugby star guilty of model's assault
- Wales rugby star Ian Gough is found guilty of assaulting his ex-girlfriend, former Miss Wales Sophia Cahill, days after her engagement to pop star Dane Bowers.
- Cipriani 'happy to stay' at Sale
- Sale and England fly-half Danny Cipriani says he would be open to extending his contract, which expires next summer.
- London Welsh make 24th new signing
- London Welsh complete their 24th new signing of the summer with the arrival of forward James Down from Cardiff Blues.
- Prop De Klerk to sign for Glasgow
- Glasgow Warriors agree a deal with South African Rossouw de Klerk, the club's third prop recruited this summer.
- Morgan named Cornish Pirates captain
- Cornish Pirates name Chris Morgan as captain, taking over from Gavin Cattle.
- France trio suffer machete attack
- France internationals Aurelien Rougerie, Julien Pierre and Benjamin Kayser are attacked by a gang armed with machetes.
- Sale re-sign Lund from Biarritz
- Flanker Magnus Lund rejoins Sale Sharks from Biarritz, six years after moving to France from the Premiership side.
- Warriors prop wants World Cup place
- Tonga prop Ofa Fainga'anuku hopes getting Worcester back into the Premiership will help him win a 2015 World Cup place.
- VIDEO: England: loud, funny & bad at French
- BBC Sport finds out who is the loudest, the funniest and the worst at speaking French in England's women's rugby team.
- Roll Me Over...
It would appear to me that in the arms race that is the Rolling Maul the attacking side now seem to have all the advantages. When teams have a line-out 5-10 metres out they invariably score a try against Wasps.
- ERCC Playoff 2nd Leg: Stade Français v London Wasps
- London Wasps face a daunting trip to the renovated Stade Jean Bouin in Paris to face Stade Français in the second leg of the European Rugby Champions Cup qualifier.
- ERCC Playoff 1st Leg: London Wasps v Stade Français
- London Wasps take on Stade Français in the first leg of the European Rugby Champions Cup qualifier between England's and France's seventh placed teams. In years gone by the place would have gone to the same nation as the Heineken Cup winners. However, why not make the teams playoff and keep the supporters involved? The new competition needs a double dose of entente cordiale, salut maintenant!
- Amlin Cup QF Preview: London Wasps v Gloucester Rugby
- The Cherry & Whites visit London Wasps this Sunday for the Amlin Cup quarter final. Both teams' hopes in the Aviva Premiership lie in tatters but recent games tell vastly different stories.
- The Stinger @ HQ - Wasps v Gloucester 19 April
- London Wasps will return to Twickenham Stadium on April 19, 2014 to face Gloucester Rugby in The Stinger. Having attracted over 100,000 fans across two years in previous seasons, the Club is looking forward to bringing another bumper crowd to the home of English rugby on Easter Saturday.
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