Blackadder confirms Faletau blow

Bath's director of rugby Todd Blackadder has confirmed Wales star Taulupe Faletau is out until at least March 2018.
The 27-year-old will now miss the start of the Six Nations after suffering a knee injury last weekend. Faletau damaged medial knee ligaments in Saturday's European Champions Cu read more...

McCall demands Sarries response

Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall says his team have six weeks to rediscover their best form and save their season.
Sarries suffered a sixth straight defeat in all competitions on Monday night as they went down to a record 46-14 European loss to Clermont Auvergne at Allianz Park. McCall read more...

Axe falls on Mallinder

Northampton Saints chairman John White has confirmed the club have decided to part ways with director of rugby Jim Mallinder.
The former Sale Sharks skipper has been at the helm at Franklin's Gardens for over a decade and helped the club win their first Aviva Premiership title back in 2014. read more...

Kiss delighted with Ulster showing

Ulster director of rugby Les Kiss paid tribute to his players after their hard-earned 17-5 win over Harlequins at Twickenham Stoop.
A superb try by Jacob Stockdale, his sixth of the season, plus 12 points from the boot of scrumhalf John Cooney, saw Kiss' men pick up a win on English soil for read more...

Baxter has no complaints after Chiefs mauled

Exeter Chiefs director of rugby Rob Baxter had few complaints after his side's first European Champions Cup defeat of the season.
Leinster's 18-8 victory at Sandy Park, which keeps the Irish province at the top of Pool 3 with a 100% record, condemned the Chiefs to their first home defeat in read more...

Veainu blow for Tigers

Leicester Tigers have suffered a double blow after full-back Telusa Veainu sustained a broken jaw in Saturday's loss to Munster.
The Tigers slipped to third in their Champions Cup Pool after falling to their second defeat in three outings away in Limerick. Leicester were also left reeling af read more...

Double blow for Tigers

Leicester Tigers have suffered a double blow after full-back Telusa Veainu sustained a broken jaw in Saturday’s loss to Munster.
Leicester have slipped to third in their Champions Cup Pool after falling to their second defeat in three outings away at Munster. Munster ran out comfortable 33 read more...

McInally tipped for Scotland start

Edinburgh head coach Richard Cockerill has tipped hooker Stuart McInally to earn a starting role with Scotland.
The 27-year-old has come through the ranks with Edinburgh and boasts over 100 appearances for the Pro14 outfit, in that time claiming 11 caps for his country. McInally recently sho read more...

Faletau in Six Nations doubt

Taulupe Faletau is a doubt for Wales' Six Nations campaign after suffering a knee injury in Bath's defeat to Toulon on Saturday.
The 27-year-old injured his left knee at a ruck in front of his own posts when he was cleaned out in the 48th minute and director of rugby Todd Blackadder says the read more...

Barritt – Sarries ready for pivotal double header

Saracens centre Brad Barritt insists his side are fully prepared for their European Champions Cup double header with Clermont Auvergne.
Sarries will first face the Top 14 outfit at Allianz Park on Sunday before they travel to France to take on the same opposition seven days later. Clermont w read more...