Heineken Cup

Politicians needed?: First Minister Carwyn Jones

Wales: Five things we learned in December

The lowest point on earth is Challenger Deep, located at the bottom of the Mariana Trench. That was, until New Year’s Eve 2013. The new lowest point on earth is…

Guess the result?: Jonathan Davies is delighted

2013: RW’s End of Year awards

GOOD OLD Sonny Bill. Not content with winning a Rugby World Cup in Union and League, he’s now decided he wants to top that by winning a second Union World…

Cuddle time: Beauxis celebrates Toulouse's win over Connacht

Heineken Cup round four: Team of the weekend

By Charlie Morgan  15. Luke Arscott (Exeter Chiefs) With characteristic defiance, the Chiefs carried the fight to the European champions in their own back yard at times. Statistics for full-backs…

By George: Saracens hooker Jamie George was one of eight try-scorers

Saints and Sinners: The weekend’s talking points

By Katie Field The Saints Renaissance men Walloped 40-7 at home by Leinster in the Heineken Cup last weekend, Northampton Saints produced one of rugby’s all-time great comebacks to beat…

In a Stu: Stuart Hogg on the attack for Glasgow against Cardiff during a trying weekend for Scottish rugby

Saints and Sinners: The weekend’s talking points

Ireland's greatest player of all time is showing no signs of drifting quietly towards retirement. He was at his mercurial best as Leinster whupped Northampton 40-7 at Franklin's Gardens on…

Classy operator: Dan Bowden

Heineken Cup round three: Team of the weekend

By Charlie Morgan 15. Robbie Henshaw (Connacht) Some believe him to be Ireland’s successor to Brian O’Driscoll at outside-centre. Some reckon full-back is his calling. Wherever Henshaw’s future lies, it’s…

Wayward knees: Napolioni Nalaga

Cited and banned from the Heineken Cup

ONE HEINEKEN cup round down, several big names forced to sit out – but not because of injury. Oh no, these boys have been a bit naughty. (Well one of…