- Long way to go before England are number one - Guscott
- Jeremy Guscott on England's mental toughness, their strength in depth, whether they would beat New Zealand "tomorrow", and his Lions team.
- World Cup winners 'a much better side' than us - Jones
- England are not at the same level as the side that won the 2003 World Cup despite winning their last 14 Tests, says coach Eddie Jones.
- Pat Lam: Bristol appoint Connacht boss from next season on three-year contract
- Connacht's Pat Lam will take over as the new head coach of Bristol from the start of the 2017-18 season.
- Newcastle bids to host 2018 Champions Cup and Challenge Cup finals
- The city of Newcastle is bidding to host the final of both the European Champions Cup and Challenge Cup in 2018.
- Dan Lydiate: Wales flanker to miss rest of season with serious knee injury
- Ospreys and Wales flanker Dan Lydiate will miss the rest of the season with anterior cruciate ligament damage.
- Scrum V pundits on England, George North’s injury scare and Rob Howley
- Jonathan Davies and Phil Davies discuss England’s development under Eddie Jones, George North’s injury scare and whether Rob Howley will join the Lions coaching team.
- Injury-hit Wasps beat Worcester to return to second
- A try in each half helps an injury-hit Wasps move up to second in the Premiership with a victory at lowly Worcester.
- Six-try Newcastle overcome Harlequins
- Newcastle run in six tries as they overcome Harlequins in a lively game at Kingston Park.
- Northampton Saints: George North 'fit to play on' after head injury assessment
- Northampton say winger George North was not knocked out and was fit to play on after a mid-air tackle against Leicester.
- Setbacks to springboards: How Wallaby win summed up England's year
- BBC pundits Matt Dawson and Paul Grayson on how England have grown during 2016 on their way to a record-equalling 14-game winning run.
- England would play All Blacks tomorrow - Eddie Jones
- England head coach Eddie Jones says he would play New Zealand "tomorrow" after his side secure a 14th Test win in a row, beating Australia 37-21.
- No half-time 'hairdryer' from Jones - Youngs
- England scrum-half Ben Youngs says there was no "hairdryer" treatment from Eddie Jones at half-time in the record-equalling win over against Australia.
- England overpower Australia to equal record
- England equal their record of 14 consecutive Test victories with a fourth win in a row against Australia at Twickenham.
- Regan King: Former All Blacks centre leaves Jersey Reds for personal reasons
- Former New Zealand centre Regan King leaves Jersey for personal reasons after only eight appearances.
- Ulster end losing run with with victory at Cardiff
- Ulster revive their Pro12 challenge with a 35-22 bonus-point win away to lacklustre Cardiff Blues.
- Get BBC Sport News Alerts in the app
- Want to know the moment a big story breaks - now you can by adding BBC Sport News Alerts in the app.
- Sport on the BBC: The best of this week's action
- This week's sport on the BBC includes the London Anniversary Games, England v Pakistan Test cricket and the Hungarian Grand Prix.
- Pro12 highlights as Ulster end three-match losing run by beating Cardiff Blues 35-22
- Highlights as tries from Charles Piutau, Stuart McCloskey, Kyle McCall, Chris Henry and Louis Ludik help Ulster end a three-match losing Pro12 run as they beat Cardiff Blues 35-22.
- Pro12 Highlights: Leinster 28-15 Newport Gwent Dragons
- Leinster are too strong for Newport Gwent Dragons and move level on points with Pro12 leaders Munster
- Highlights: Principality Premiership round-up
- Scrum V highlights of the action from the Welsh Premiership matches featuring Llanelli's home game against Cardiff at Parc y Scarlets.
- Wasps open season with a thrilling win over Exeter Chiefs
- Wasps brought an end to their run of five years without an opening day victory with a nail-biting win over Exeter Chiefs, so often their nemesis in the past.
- Pre-Season Fixtures Confirmed
- 2016/17 pre-season schedule confirmed Wasps have today confirmed their 2016/17 pre-season schedule, which will see them face Yorkshire Carnegie and Bristol Rugby, as well as taking part in the Singha Premiership Rugby 7s.
- Wasps lose out to Gloucester
- Wasps’ run of six successive wins came to an end, against a determined Gloucester side who made light of a series of injuries and were deserved winners. The home side dominated the first half and led 10-3 at the break. Christian Wade’s scintillating 42nd-minute try produced the most memorable moment for Wasps before Greig Laidlaw landed a penalty with 24 minutes to play, which turned out to be the deciding score.
- The Case for Ruaridh Jackson as Wasps' First Choice Fly Half
- Jimmy Gopperth is clearly the first choice at 10 for Wasps, I'd like to show why that is a mistake. Firstly lets just look at the basic statistics of the season so far.
- Wasps are dead, Long Live WASPS!
- Yesterday saw Wasps take on Toulon at the Ricoh Arena in the group stages of the European Champions Cup. It was a special game for a number of reasons. Firstly, it was coming off the back of an amazing win against Irish Giants Leinster away from home in Dublin, and we were looking to break the 20,000 barrier for attendance. It's almost as incredible that we are playing teams like Leinster and winning as it is that we are getting more than 20,000 people coming to home games in our own ground.
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