Cardiff Blues have held talks with Leicester assistant Geordan Murphy over the vacant head coach’s job at Cardiff Arms Park.
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It is tight at the top and bottom of Ulster Bank League Division 2A with Malone’s lead coming under pressure from Highfield and Nenagh Ormond, while the two Galway and Leinster clubs are all scrapping to move away from the relegation zone.
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Colin Gregor fears Glasgow’s poor Champions Cup campaign could fuel a “dismissive approach” towards Scottish clubs.
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The wintry weather has claimed two fixtures in Ulster Bank League Division 2B today, while City of Derry have conceded a walkover win to Dungannon. A big crowd is expected at Balreask Old for the rematch between Navan and unbeaten leaders Old Crescent.
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The Dragons braved arctic conditions to defeat Russian outfit Enisei-STM 15-0 at Rodney Parade in the European Challenge Cup on Friday night.
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Malahide and Seapoint, two of the successful teams from round 9, will have home advantage today as they look to complete season’s doubles over Omagh and Tullamore, while table toppers Sligo are on the road to Bangor as they target win number eight of …
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Dave Rennie says George Turner’s “dumb” yellow card cost Glasgow in their 29-22 Champions Cup loss to Montpellier.
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Connacht make it three wins out of three Challenge Cup games as they fight back to beat Brive 38-31 in France.
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Wales back-rower Sam Warburton has been ruled out for the remainder of the season.
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England fly-half says he feel stronger and quicker after spell on the sidelines and Champions Cup tie against Clermont is club’s chance to turn their season aroundSaracens may be reeling from the untimely loss of Maro Itoje to a broken jaw but in Owen …
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A weekend which promises to be hugely exciting stretches in front of us as the four provinces prepare for the second round of games in the IRFU Women’s Interprovincial Championship, writes Michael Gallagher.
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Saracens’ European Champions Cup match with Clermont Auvergne at Allianz Park will be played behind closed doors on Monday at 17:30 GMT.
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Ospreys captain Alun Wyn Jones is back to lead his side in their make or break European Rugby Champions Cup meeting with Northampton Saints.
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The reverse fixtures of the back-to-back matches take place in the Ulster Bank League’s top flight tomorrow, with bottom side Buccaneers looking to overcome St. Mary’s again and record their third successive win, while leaders Lansdowne could make it …
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Melbourne has a culture of people going to sporting fixtures in huge numbers, Sydney doesn’t, and state-of-the-art stadiums are unlikely to change that The New South Wales government, in concert with the powerful SCG Trust, has adopted an “If we build …
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The final Ulster Bank League Division 1B matches of the calendar year take place tomorrow afternoon, with much of the focus on the lunchtime duel between Shannon and new leaders Ballynahinch, as well as third-placed Banbridge’s long trip south to bott…
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