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Edinburgh rally to upset Stade, Cardiff down Bath

Stade Francais squandered a 20-3 lead to lose at Edinburgh despite playing much of the second half with an extra man.
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Magnificent Glasgow beat Racing, Ulster upset Clermont

Glasgow Warriors claimed a famous win at Racing 92, while Ulster and Munster were outstanding on a great day for the Pro12.
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Greenwood expects Hartley to miss Six Nations opener

Will Greenwood does not expect Dylan Hartley to captain England when they start their Six Nations defence against France.
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Mallinder no sympathy for Hartley over dismissal

Dylan Hartley was sent off just six minutes after coming on for Northampton Saints on Friday, and Jim Mallinder felt it was deserved.
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Hartley sent off as Leinster all but eliminate Saints

Leinster romped to a big win away to Northampton Saints, who had England captain Dylan Hartley sent off in the European Champions Cup.
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Grenoble no match for Ospreys, Lyon win big

Grenoble and Newcastle Falcons both endured a night to forget in suffering heavy defeats to Ospreys and Lyon respectively.
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Gloucester take control with bonus-point win, Grenoble-Ospreys postponed

Matt Scott's late try secured Gloucester a bonus-point victory over La Rochelle and sent them five points clear of the French side.
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Heaslip pondering Leinster exit

Jamie Heaslip said is a "long, long way" from deciding whether to stay at Leinster or move to pastures new next year.
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Gatland not ruling out Cipriani for Lions tour

Danny Cipriani has not played for England for 16 months, but Warren Gatland said he could still board the plane to New Zealand.
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Gatland fears for North's health

After suffering another head knock, Warren Gatland has told George North to put his health first.
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Howley: Wales criticism has made me stronger

Some negative publicity encountered during a second spell as interim Wales coach has helped Rob Howley to toughen up.
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Montpellier owner in Gloucester talks

Gloucester say they will remain "independent and autonomous" if wealthy Montpellier owner Mohed Altrad invests in the club.
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McBryde handed Wales reins as Howley takes Lions role

With head coach Warren Gatland and interim boss Rob Howley involved with the Lions, Robin McBryde will take charge of Wales' tour in 2017.
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Joubert retires from Test refereeing for World Rugby role

Craig Joubert will take up a new role at World Rugby in 2017 where he will help develop referees for the seven and 15-person format.
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Gatland names Howley, Farrell and Borthwick as Lions assistants

Rob Howley, Andy Farrell and Steve Borthwick will assist head coach Warren Gatland on the Lions tour to New Zealand in 2017.
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Sale register Solomona in European Champions Cup squad

Denny Solomona's code switch appears to have moved a step closer after he was added to Sale Sharks' European Champions Cup squad.
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Cheika under no pressure whatsoever - ARU boss Pulver

Despite Australia losing nine of their 15 Tests in 2016, Bill Pulver is confident the Wallabies can still progress under Michael Cheika.
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North stood down by Saints

Northampton Saints have come in for criticism for allowing George North to come back on following a Head Injury Assessment.
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Cooper to take top job at Stade

Gonzalo Quesada will leave his role as Stade Francais head coach at the end of the season, with Greg Cooper taking over.
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Sarries snare Wallaby Skelton

Australia international Will Skelton will remain in England for a spell with European and Premiership champions Saracens.
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