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Louw leads Bath to Aviva Premiership final
Francois Louw's Bath will face Saracens in the Final of the Aviva Premiership after impressive semifinal victories for both clubs over the weekend Read full article
White's Montpellier suffer season-ending loss
Jake White's first season in Montpellier will end in disappointment after their play-off hopes were ended with defeat in Paris. Read full article
Morné back to his best
Morné Steyn produced his best performance in a Stade Français shirt to help them win the Parisian derby despite Sergio Parisse's first-half red card. Read full article
Many accolades for South Africans in Europe
It was a weekend of Cup finals in Europe as attention turned to Twickenham, as Toulon went for a historic third title in a row. Read full article
Toulon win third European title
Toulon secured an unprecedented third successive European title with a 24-18 victory over Clermont Auvergne in rugby's inaugural Champions Cup final at Twickenham on Saturday. Read full article
Harlequins to play US in friendly
Harlequins will play a pre-season friendly against the United States in Philadelphia in August, the English Premiership club said on Wednesday. Read full article
Spedding helps Bayonne in relegation battle
Scott Spedding's hat-trick helped Bayonne to a vital win over Grenoble in their battle for survival in the Top 14. Read full article
Respect fundamental at Toulon - Mitchell
Money buys you a squad of World Cup winners and internationals but Toulon's 'galacticos' policy has worked because of the respect and admiration each player has for their teammates, said wing Drew Mitchell. Read full article
Habana helps guide Toulon to final
Ten South African players featured in the weekend's European Champions Cup semifinals as Bryan Habana was the hero for defending champions Toulon. Read full article
Halfpenny guides Toulon into final
Two-time defending champions Toulon will bid for an unprecedented hat-trick of European titles against Clermont after beating Leinster 25-20 following extra-time in Sunday's Champions Cup semifinal. Read full article
Fofana try fires Clermont to victory
Clermont Auvergne overcame a battling Saracens side 13-9 in an intense and brutal European Champions Cup semifinal in St Etienne on Saturday. Read full article
Toulon's Mermoz out, Halfpenny fit
Toulon centre Maxime Mermoz has been ruled out of their European Rugby Champions Cup semifinal clash against Leinster in Marseille's Velodrome Stadium this weekend. Read full article
Goosen's miss denies Racing a win
Racing-Métro replacement fly-half Johan Goosen missed a last-minute penalty to allow Jake White's Montpellier to snatch a 24-all draw in their Top 14 clash in Paris on Saturday. Read full article
Champions Cup semis decided
A bumper weekend of European cup action saw the semifinalists for the Champions Cup and Challenge Cup decided across three days. Read full article
Toulon survive scare to make last four
RC Toulon continued their run towards a third consecutive European title after they survived a late challenge to beat Wasps 32-18 and reach the last four of the Champions Cup on Sunday. Read full article
Bosch penalty sends Saracens into semis
Argentine centre Marcelo Bosch kicked a last-gasp penalty to send Saracens into the Champions Cup semifinals after a dramatic 12-11 win at Racing Metro on Sunday. Read full article
Clermont dismantle Northampton
Clermont Auvergne dismantled Northampton 37-5 in their European Champions Cup quarterfinal on Saturday. Read full article
Leinster squeeze past Bath
Leinster were pushed all the way by a spirited Bath side but did enough to secure an 18-15 win in the Champions Cup quarterfinal in Dublin on Saturday. Read full article
Saracens break record at Wembley
Europe’s domestic leagues were back in full flow last weekend following the conclusion of the Six Nations, meaning that plenty of top South African stars based on the continent were back in action. Read full article
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
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