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Guscott column: Dean Richards is still my man to take over from Eddie

What succession plan do England have in place post-Rugby World Cup?

Championship final 1st leg preview: “Our big-hitters must nullify Matthew Morgan” – Ryan Lamb

Defence will decide the outcome of the Championship final, according to Worcester fly-half Ryan Lamb, whose half-back battle with livewire Welsh pivot Matthew Morgan promises to be one of the highlights of the two-legged showdown. Worcester boasted the Championship’s meanest defence during the regular season, conceding 90 points fewer than Bristol. But Bristol won the […]

Ryan Walkinshaw: “I aim to make Gloucester a flagship club in Europe”

Ryan Walkinshaw is a remarkable young man. Thrust into the cut-throat world of global business at the age of 23 following the untimely death of his inspirational father, Tom, in December 2010, he inherited not only Walkinshaw International, a conglomerate incorporating multi-million pound businesses both here and in Australia, but was entrusted with the fortunes […]

Sam Davies wasn’t ready to let Wales dream die in face of riches of France

Dean Ryan’s first signing at the Dragons talks about his international aspirations

No excuses for failure at Warriors blasts Richard Hill

Worcester should be achieving far better results than they have managed under Dean Ryan, says former Sixways boss Richard Hill.

Dragons ready for lift up with Sam Davies at the controls

How are the four Welsh regions shaping up ahead of the start of the PRO14 season this weekend?

We can break the cycle of underachievement, says Worcester co-owner Goldring

Worcester Warriors’ new owners are looking to use Sixways Stadium as a multi-purpose sports venue

Dragons wing Ashton Hewitt is keeping his head up after seeing Adams and Evans star for Wales

The 24-year-old has been named in two of Warren Gatland’s squads but has been hindered by a severe shoulder injury

Cooper Vuna eyes big break after working in Australian prison

News of a new deal for the Bath wing

My Life in Rugby: Garath Archer – former Newcastle, Bristol and England lock

Despite the fact my dad played on the wing for Gosforth when they were in their hey-day in the 70s, I wasn’t keen on rugby when he took me to minis at Westoe RFC in South Shields. I was more interested in playing football, however, by the time I went to secondary school at ten […]

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