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Goromaru set for imminent Reds debut

Queensland Reds recruit Ayumu Goromaru is excited to test himself in Super Rugby this season.
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Earls a doubt for France clash after concussion

A suspected concussion could keep Keith Earls out of Ireland's trip to France in the Six Nations.
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Goujon replaces Picamoles in France squad

France have called on Loann Goujon to replace Louis Picamoles in their Six Nations squad.
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Gatland confirms Biggar ankle strain

Dan Biggar will have to wait to discover the extent of the ankle injury he sustained in Wales' Six Nations draw with Ireland.
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Best disappointed at Wales comeback

Following their 16-16 Six Nations draw with Wales, Ireland captain Rory Best has revealed his frustration at the result.
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Warburton: Draw not good for anyone

Sam Warburton was pleased with Wales' fightback against Ireland, but does not believe a draw is good for anyone.
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Wales fight back to earn Ireland draw

After battling back from 13-0 down, Wales were unable to clinch victory against Ireland in the Six Nations.
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Sarries show steel to stay on top

Exeter Chiefs opened up an 11-point lead against Saracens at Sandy Park, but the visitors retained top spot with a courageous fightback.
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Friend frustrated as New Zealand appear to field eight in Sydney Sevens

New Zealand appeared to briefly field eight players in a Sydney Sevens match, much to the annoyance of Australia coach Andy Friend.
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'That game was there to be won' - Cotter laments Scotland missed chances

Scotland coach Vern Cotter says there is more to come from his team after profligacy cost them in a Six Nations defeat to England.
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Brunel delighted with Italy spirit

Following Italy's 23-21 defeat to France in the Six Nations, Jacques Brunel was full of praise for his inexperienced side.
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Jones hails England's application after hard-fought win over Scotland

Application and composure were the key to England's Calcutta Cup win over Scotland, according to head coach Eddie Jones.
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Noves: Young players looked like veterans in laboured Italy win

Virimi Vakatawa came in for individual praise from France coach Guy Noves, who questioned the age of some of his players after Italy win.
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Leicester fail to apply pressure ahead of top-of-the-table Premiership clash

Ahead of Sunday's clash between Saracens and Exeter Chiefs, Leicester Tigers missed an opportunity to close in on the Premiership's leaders.
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Jones' England hold off spirited Scotland to retain Calcutta Cup

Tries from George Kruis and Jack Nowell ensured Eddie Jones started his career as England coach by winning the Calcutta Cup.
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Plisson to the rescue as France scrape victory in Six Nations opener

France claimed a narrow Six Nations victory over an inexperienced Italy side thanks to the kicking of Jules Plisson.
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Schmidt urges discipline ahead of Wales visit

Ireland face Wales in Dublin on Sunday hoping to get the defence of their Six Nations title off to a winning start.
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Perez excited to lead Jaguares in 'the NBA of rugby'

Jaguares step up their preparations for Super Rugby this month and head coach Raul Perez is eager to get the season underway.
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Hook the hero as Gloucester down Bath

James Hook kicked five penalties as Gloucester beat Bath 15-11 to move up to fifth in the Premiership.
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Jackson kicks Ulster to dramatic late win

Ulster went top of Pro12 on Friday as Paddy Jackson's late penalty secured a 17-15 win over Newport Gwent Dragons.
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