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O’Halloran & Aki Return As Connacht Name Team For Sale Test

Bundee Aki Tiernan O'Halloran Connacht

Connacht full-back, Tiernan O’Halloran, has been named in Andy Friend’s side to face Sale Sharks in the European Challenge Cup tomorrow.  The 27-year-old has recovered from the leg injury that saw him miss all of the interprovincial derbies over the Christmas period and will feature in the back line alongside Cian Kelleher and Matt Healy. Following his contract extension earlier …

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Gloucester’s Twitter Account Saw The Funny Side Throughout Drubbing Against Sale

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Gloucester Rugby find themselves in 10th position in the Aviva Premiership, after finishing up on the receiving end of a proper mauling against Sale Sharks last night. The visitors fell behind early thanks to a remarkable Denny Solomona solo effort, and the game continued along the same vein for the remainder, as Sale won out 57-10 winners. This leaves David Humphreys …

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England Watch: Who Might Make It Onto The Argentina Tour?

Although much of the media focus over the next few months will be on the Lions tour to New Zealand, Eddie Jones will be taking his England charges out to Argentina for a two test series that promises to be truly competitive. England could be missing as many as 15 or more senior players from their squad, meaning Jones will …

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England Watch: Which Players Are Pushing For International Honours?

After last weekend’s round of the Aviva Premiership, a number of up-and-coming and fringe England-qualified players made their mark in the latest series of exciting matches in the country’s top domestic competition. We take a look at the individuals giving Eddie Jones and the rest of his coaching team something to think about. Top EQP Tacklers Exeter Chiefs’ 34-15 triumph …

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England Watch: Which Players Are Pushing For International Honours?

After another exciting round of Premiership action, we pick out the best England-qualified players from last weekend and look at the key stats across the six fixtures. Top EQP Tacklers Brad Barritt Saracens 23 Thomas Waldrom Exeter 21 Dom Barrow Leicester 19 Elliot Stooke Bath 19 Ross Batty Bath 18 Premiership champions Saracens put a disappointing few weeks behind them …

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England Watch: Which Players Are Pushing For International Honours?

It’s easy to overlook the Premiership with the northern hemisphere’s flagship tournament the Six Nations taking place, but many individuals put their hands up for England selection with some sterling performances for their clubs last weekend. We look through the statistics and highlight some of the best performers from the latest round of Premiership action. ________ Top EQP Tacklers Wasps …

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Ospreys Sign Springbok Front Row Brian Mujati

SALFORD, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 23: Brian Mujati of Sale Sharks looks on during the Aviva Premiership match between Sale Sharks and Worcester Warriors at the AJ Bell Stadium on October 23, 2015 in Salford, England. (Photo by Chris Brunskill/Getty Images)

Brian Mujati has signed a contract with the Ospreys, which will see him play for the Welsh side until the end of next season. The affable Springbok has built up quite a following for his exploits on the field in recent years. Leinster supporters in particular remember his stunning scrummaging salvos for Northampton in the 2011 Heineken Cup final. Northampton fans …

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Mark McCall Blasts RFU For Giving Premiership Clubs ‘Ludicrous’ Disadvantage In The Champions Cup

BARNET, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 29: Mark McCall, the Saracens director of rugby looks on during the Aviva Premiership match between Saracens and Leicester Tigers at Allianz Park on October 29, 2016 in Barnet, England. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

Saracens Director of Rugby Mark McCall has hit out at the RFU for giving Premiership clubs a disadvantage for this weekend’s round of European Champions Cup fixtures. England faced Australia on December 3, a full week after the rest of the Northern Hemisphere teams finished their schedules. This meant that the Premiership clubs only had one week with their England …

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