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Abendanon still harbours England dream

Strict rules on overseas players mean Nick Abendanon cannot be considered for England, but he has not given up on the national team.
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Madness in Gloucester as gig prompts play-off contingency plans

With Madness set to call Kingsholm 'Our House' for a night on May 30, Gloucester could be forced to move a European play-off to Worcester.
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Hines to join Scotland coaching set-up

Scotland have added to their coaching team with the appointment of 77-cap veteran Nathan Hines.
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Launchbury set to face Tigers

Wasps director of rugby Dai Young believes Joe Launchbury could be "a dangerous animal" ahead of his return from injury this weekend.
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Abendanon named European Player of the Year

Nick Abendanon has spoken of his pride after succeeding Steffon Armitage as the winner of the European Player of the Year award.
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Reinach blow for Sharks

Scrum-half Cobus Reinach is to return to South Africa due to the injury he suffered in Sharks' thrashing at the hands of Highlanders.
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ARU reaches mutual agreement with Patston following text saga

A line has been drawn under the text scandal involving Kurtley Beale, after the ARU reached an out-of-court settlement with Di Patston.
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Barrett out for four weeks

The All Blacks' injury woes continued, with Beauden Barrett set to spend four weeks on the sidelines.
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Kaino faces up to eight weeks out

All Blacks back row Jerome Kaino may be out for eight weeks due to a fractured finger suffered in a Blues Super Rugby clash.
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Abendanon expects hostile homecoming after Clermont loss

Fans of Clermont deserve to be angry, according to full-back Nick Abendanon - after yet another loss in a big final.
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Try hero Mitchell: Toulon answered critics with Champions Cup win

After producing a memorable try in Toulon's Champions Cup final victory over Clermont Auvergne, Drew Mitchell addressed the team's critics.
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Bulls capitalise on Stormers slip-up, Hurricanes strengthen grip

Following Stormers' defeat to Cheetahs, Bulls climbed to second with a 35-33 Super Rugby win over Lions.
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Toulon claim record third consecutive European crown

Following victories in 2013 and 2014, Toulon beat Clermont Auvergne in the Champions Cup final to make it three European titles in a row.
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Ospreys pay tribute to retiring Jones

Following the retirement of former Wales international Duncan Jones, Ospreys have paid tribute to a "legend" of the region.
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Super Rugby Preview: Rebels v Chiefs

Follow our live scores, commentary and results as the Rebels host the Chiefs in Round 12 of Super Rugby at AAMI Park on Saturday, May 2 at 7.45pm (NZT).
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Humphreys hails Gloucester achievement

The European Rugby Challenge Cup was never a target for Gloucester.
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Waratahs maintain hold over Brumbies with narrow win

New South Wales Waratahs came through a close-fought contest to do the double over Brumbies on Friday, while Highlanders hammered Sharks.
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Fourteen-man Gloucester cling on for Challenge Cup title

After having Bill Meakes sent off for a high tackle, Gloucester held on for a 19-13 Challenge Cup final victory over Edinburgh.
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Champions Cup a 'major success' despite expected low turnout at Twickenham final

Despite the expected empty seats at Twickenham this weekend, incoming EPCR chairman Simon Halliday deems the Champions Cup a success.
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Clermont out to prevent Toulon treble

Clermont Auvergne will be determined to prevent Toulon's historic treble in the European Rugby Champions Cup final at Twickenham.
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