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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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Waratahs maintain hold over Brumbies with narrow win

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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D'Arcy announces retirement plans

Ireland and Leinster centre Gordon D'Arcy has announced his intention to retire from all forms of rugby after the World Cup later in 2015.
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Lane backs Smith for Wallabies recall

Tim Lane believes Lyon forward George Smith should earn an Australia recall after changes in their selection criteria.
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Wales fly-half Hook not expecting World Cup call

Gloucester fly-half James Hook is not holding his breath over a call-up to the Wales squad for the upcoming Rugby World Cup.
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Super Rugby Preview: Highlanders v Sharks

Follow our live scores, commentary and results as the Highlanders host the Sharks in Round 12 of Super Rugby at Forsyth Barr Stadium on Friday, May 1. The match kicks-off at 7.35pm (NZT).
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Super Rugby Preview: Hurricanes v Crusaders

Follow our live scores, commentary and results as the Hurricanes host the Crusaders in Round 12 of Super Rugby at Westpac Stadium on Saturday, May 2. The match kicks off at 7.35pm (NZT).
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Challenge Cup final holds personal significance for Laidlaw

Having spent seven years at Edinburgh, Gloucester's Greig Laidlaw will want to get the better of his former club in the Challenge Cup final.
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Cheika: Waratahs-Brumbies not World Cup audition

Michael Cheika denied Friday's Waratahs-Brumbies clash will decide spots in Australia's Rugby World Cup squad.
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