Munster make the most of home fortress

Munster accept they face a “must win” match against Jonny Wilkinson and big spenders Toulon at Thomond Park on Saturday as the past masters of battling to the final whistle…

Saints ready to march on Murrayfield

Lee Dickson will be looking to help Northampton Saints make it two from two in Pool 1 at Murrayfield on Saturday – and condemn the capital city club of the…

Dragons will be up for the challenge

Census Johnston, Toulouse’s massive Samoan prop, is adamant the defending champions will take nothing for granted when they clash with Newport Gwent Dragons at Rodney Parade in Round 2 on…

The Heineken Cup has always been fiercely contested but the evidence is there after a record breaking opening round to the 16th campaign to suggest the tournament is getting tighter…

Wembley up next for the Heineken Cup

The 16th season of the Heineken Cup blasted off in sensational style last weekend, with just two wins on the road in Round 1. Now the challenge for 2009 champions…

Caprice strikes twice for England 7s

Dan Caprice scored two sparkling tries as England hung on against the odds to stun Australia 21-19 in the Pool D decider on the opening day of the Commonwealth Games…

Andorra on the rise – England sixth

Andorra are the biggest climbers in the latest IRB World Rankings with a three-place elevation to 59th on the back of a 22-7 defeat of Slovenia in their European Nations…

Scotland 7s secure historic place in medal race

Scotland 7s guaranteed their place in the cup quarter-final of the Commonwealth Games for the first time in Delhi today. Back to back wins over Guyana (26-0) and Canada (19-17)…

England 55 – 0 Uganda

Mathew Turner’s hat trick of tries helped England brush past Uganda 55-0 in their second game at the Commonwealth Games Sevens in Delhi. The former Bristol wing’s finishing power booked…