Heineken Cup

Chris Wyles

Saracens 31 Ospreys 26 – The Verdict

By Sarah Mockford, Rugby World Features Editor at Wembley THE X FACTOR finals were taking place next door at Wembley Arena but on the pitch here it was a chance…

Mike Brown

Harlequins undone by Toulouse

By Sarah Mockford, Rugby World Features Editor HARLEQUINS’ 14-MATCH winning run had to come to an end at some point and there’s no shame in losing to Europe’s most successful…

Saracens bound for Cape Town

Saracens bound for Cape Town

Saracens will break new ground by playing their Heineken Cup Round 5 match against Biarritz Olympique in Cape Town on Saturday, January 14th, 2012. ERC, organisers of the Heineken Cup,…

Leinster aim to claim Europe’s top prize

Leinster aim to claim Europe’s top prize

The Leinster team to face Northampton Saints in Saturday’s Heineken Cup Final at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff (KO: 5pm) has been named. Leo Cullen leads a Leinster team which is…

Saints looking forward to Leinster challenge

Saints looking forward to Leinster challenge

Director of rugby Jim Mallinder says that the Northampton Saints team is looking forward to taking on Leinster at the Millennium Stadium in tomorrow’s Heineken Cup final. The Saints travelled…

Corner stop: Lee Dickson touches down for Northampton

Northampton Saints at home in Milton Keynes

NORTHAMPTON ARE excited about playing their Heineken Cup semi-final at stadium:mk. The Saints beat Ulster 23-13 in front of more than 21,000 fans at the home of MK Dons to…

Leinster are in pieces despite win

Leinster are in pieces despite win

Leinster head coach Joe Schmidt admitted his side were “in pieces” after their defeat of Leicester in the Saturday’s Heineken Cup quarter-final. The game proved to be a fiercely physical…

Leinster v Leicester

Leicester rue missed opportunities

Leicester were defeated 17-10 by Leinster in Saturday’s Heineken Cup quarter-final at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin, in a match which saw many of England’s internationals return to the scene…

Denis Leamy Munster

Munster 28 London Irish 14 – The Verdict

Munster kicked into gear with just 10 minutes of the game to go to beat London Irish 28-14 at Thomond Park. Neither team could qualify for the quarter finals of…