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Rugby | European Rugby

Boks shine in Champions Cup
Bryan Habana scored a great try for Toulon as the defending European champions took control of Pool 3 in the European Champions Cup Read full article
Two from two for Racing Métro
Racing Métro made it two wins from two in the Champions Cup as they beat Treviso 26-10 at Stadio Comunale di Monigo on Sunday. Read full article
Bonus-point win for Clermont
Clermont bounced back from last week's loss at Saracens by beating Sale Sharks 35-3 at Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin on Sunday. Read full article
Leinster edge past Castres
Ian Madigan kicked seven penalties to help Leinster narrowly escape with a 21-16 win at Castres to make it two from two in Europe. Read full article
Glasgow grind out historic win
Glasgow ground their way to an impressive away victory in Montpellier, winning 13-15 thanks to the boot of Finn Russell. Read full article
Toulouse edge out Bath at the Rec
Toulouse battled to a hard-fought 21-19 win away at Bath to cement their position as contenders for the Champions Cup quarters. Read full article
Toulon too strong for Ulster
Toulon made it two from two in the European Rugby Champions Cup as they powered past Ulster, winning 23-13 in Belfast on Saturday. Read full article
North stars for Northampton
George North's four tries helped Northampton to a much-needed 34-6 European Champions Cup win over the Ospreys on Saturday. Read full article
Quins top all-English battle
Harlequins kept up the pressure on Leinster in Pool 2 as they won away at Wasps 23-16 to make it two from two in the Champions Cup. Read full article
Toulon, Toulouse give French away day cheer
Two-time defending European champions Toulon took a big step towards the European Champions Rugby Cup knockout stages with a solid 23-13 victory over 1999 winners Ulster in Belfast on Saturday. Read full article
Gill yellow sinks Sarries in Munster
Rhys Gill's yellow card proved the turning point as Munster battled to a 14-3 win over Saracens in a dour encounter at Thomond Park. Read full article
South Africans prominent as Champions Cup kicks off
With new names, formats and trophies, the European Champions Cup era got underway over the weekend with a whole host of South Africans in action. Read full article
Leinster fight back to edge Wasps
Leinster were forced to overturn a 12-point deficit to beat Wasps 25-20 in a nail-biting European Champions Cup clash at the RDS on Sunday. Read full article
Toulon stumble past Scarlets
Toulon began their European Rugby Champions Cup campaign with an unconvincing 28-18 victory over the Scarlets at Stade Mayol on Sunday. Read full article
Rampant Ospreys crush Treviso
Ospreys took their unbeaten start in the Pro12 into Europe as they beat Treviso 42-7 at the Liberty Stadium on Sunday. Read full article
Toulouse off to winning start
Toulouse got their European Champions Cup campaign off to a positive start on Sunday as they beat Montpellier 30-23 in a ding-dong battle at Stade Ernest Wallon. Read full article
Leicester hang on against Ulster
Leicester were forced to hold off a ferocious Ulster fightback on their way to a 25-18 Champions Cup win at Welford Road on Saturday. Read full article
Saints sent home pointless by Racing
Marc Andreu's late try denied Northampton a bonus point in a 20-11 win in the European Champions Cup on Saturday that was marred by inconsistent officiating. Read full article
Bennett double gives Glasgow victory
Perhaps supporters of Glasgow Warriors left disgruntled by the deluge of pundits who expect their team to fail again in Europe have a point on Saturday. Read full article
Keatley drop goal wins it for Munster
Ian Keatley's last-gasp drop goal handed Munster the unlikeliest of wins, 27-26 away at Sale to make a dream start to the European Champions Cup. Read full article
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