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Saracens win LV=Cup Final
Former Maties loose forward Nick de Jager scored a try to help Saracens to victory in Sunday's LV=Cup Final against Exeter Chiefs. Read full article
Spedding, Kockott help France to victory
With the Six Nations in full swing there was limited action in Europe over the weekend, with the Premiership and Pro12 taking a breather as the LV Cup semi-finals were decided and the Top 14 rumbled on. Read full article
Rory helps Castres to vital win
Rory Kockott helped relegation-threatened Castres snatch a vital win against the odds in a Top 14 weekend marked by last-minute wins. Read full article
The show must go on
The Premiership and Pro12 continued under the shadow of the Six Nations this weekend, as the Top 14 took a break. Read full article
Spedding, van Rensburg star in Bayonne win
It was a weekend of upsets in Europe as minnows toppled heavyweights in both the French Top 14 and the Aviva Premiership in England. Read full article
Saints too strong for Bath
Northampton fought back to lay down a marker with a powerful 21-13 win over Bath at The Recreation Ground. Read full article
Chiefs storm the Stoop
Exeter Chiefs moved into the Aviva Premiership top-four following a deserved 32-21 triumph over Harlequins at the Twickenham Stoop. Read full article
Glos hand Welsh another thrashing
Henry Purdy scored twice as Gloucester cruised to a bonus-point 48-10 success over winless London Welsh. Read full article
Habana faces spell on sidelines
Toulon have been dealt a blow with the news that Bryan Habana will be out for a month to recover from a meniscus operation. Read full article
Rory could be dropped for Welsh clash
Rory Kockott faces the chop by France after a disappointing display in this weekend's loss to Ireland. Read full article
Bryan helps Toulon to important win
After two weeks of intense European Cup competition the Premiership and Pro12 took a break in Europe, with only the Top 14 and LV= Cup in action. Read full article
Habana's solo try steals the limelight
Several high-profile South Africa players were in action over the weekend during the latest round of the Champions Cup, with places in the last eight on the line. Read full article
Nine-try Munster sweep aside Sale
Munster ended their European Rugby Champions Cup campaign on a high with a 65-10 thumping of Sale Sharks at Thomond Park. Read full article
Clermont secure home quarterfinal
Clermont outmuscled Saracens at the Stade Marcel Michelin on Sunday to secure a home draw in the knockout stages, winning 18-6. Read full article
London Welsh lose, again
Lyon finished their Challenge Cup campaign on a winning note, beating London Welsh 17-12 in Sunday's dead rubber at Kassam Stadium. Read full article
Bath progress to quarterfinals
Bath came from behind to beat Glasgow 20-15 on Sunday in a result that sees them progress to the knockouts, despite losing their opening two pool games. Read full article
Montpellier knock out Toulouse
Toulouse were knocked out of the European Rugby Champions Cup at the pool stage after losing 27-26 against Montpellier at Altrad Stadium on Sunday. Read full article
Toulon suffocate the Scarlets
Toulon secured a home quarterfinal in the Champions Cup with a comfortable 26-3 victory over the Scarlets in West Wales. Read full article
Cave hat-trick tames Tigers
Darren Cave's hat-trick ended any Leicester hopes of reaching the quarterfinals as Ulster cruised to a 26-7 win in Belfast. Read full article
Racing run Saints ragged
An afternoon that began on a high note for Northampton ended with a 32-8 drubbing by Racing Metro on Saturday which secured the Parisians top seeding and a home European Champions Cup quarterfinal. Read full article
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