The Ospreys play at the Liberty Stadium. They are the most successful Welsh side in the tournament’s history, having won the title four times. The most recent of those trophy wins came in 2012, when they pipped Leinster 31-30 in the final.

Seeing the funny side: Cockerill has reacted well to Castro's outburst

Saints and Sinners: The weekend’s talking points

The Saints Tame Tiger Measured and diplomatic are not words you might readily associate with the Leicester Tigers director of rugby Richard Cockerill. A fiery player in his day, he…

Making a point: Israel Dagg (left) and Cory Jane are delighted to have retained the trophy

Saints and Sinners: The weekend’s talking points

The Saints The team to beat New Zealand’s bonus-point win against Argentina in La Plata enabled them to secure their third successive Rugby Championship crown with a game to spare.…

Rhys Webb

Welsh regions’ Judgement Day

THE MILLENNIUM Stadium will host Welsh rugby’s first regional double header on Saturday 30 March and it’s being billed as ‘Judgement Day’. The four Welsh regions are hoping derby fever…

A bloody looking Jones during this year's Six Nations match against Scotland

Journey through rugby – Ryan Jones

A THREE-TIME Grand Slam winner, Ryan Jones made his Wales debut against South Africa in 2004. He played in all three Tests on the 2005 Lions tour and led his…

Heineken Cup Pool draw kind to Quins

Heineken Cup Pool draw kind to Quins

REIGNING HEINEKEN Cup champions, Leinster, have been drawn in Pool 5 of the 2012/13 tournament and will face ASM Clermont Auvergne, Scarlets and newcomers, Exeter Chiefs, as they attempt to…