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…

Game-changer chopped: Christian Wade

World Cup 2015: The deadly trio

By Charlie Morgan The confirmation of kick-off times last Wednesday reaffirmed it before Saturday’s Millennium Stadium ding-dong drove the point home. Pool A at Rugby World Cup 2015 is going…

Running rose: Ojo on the way to a try for England against the All Blacks on the ill-fated 2008 tour

Aviva Premiership One to Watch: Topsy Ojo

Topsy Ojo, the London Irish wing/full-back who will be looking to break his try-scoring duck in this Aviva Premiership season and help his team claim their third win of the…

Searching for answers: France after the loss to the Springboks

What next for France?

What are we going to do about France? What is France going to do about Philippe Saint-Andre? Rugby World's Gavin Mortimer offers his own assessment of Les Bleus from the…

Cross-kick recipient: Josh Griffen scored

Championship blog: Round 9 wrap

On the day that will be long remembered in the Emerald Isle as the day Ireland so nearly beat the All Blacks, Bristol were left to reflect upon how so…

Unimpressed: Sean Holley

Championship blog: Week 8 Round-up

London Welsh move six points clear of second-placed Bristol in the GK IPA Championship following their bonus point win against the division’s whipping boys, Ealing.