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Rugby | European Rugby

France internationals attacked
Three French internationals who play for Clermont Auvergne have been injured in a machete attack by a gang in southern France, police said on Sunday. Read full article
Toulon given tough Champions Cup draw
French and European champions Toulon have been handed a tough draw in the inaugural European Rugby Champions Cup conducted in Neuchatel on Tuesday. Read full article
Double glory for Toulon’s Boks
Toulon’s South African contingent capped a successful seven days by lifting the Bouclier de Brennus shield in Paris, after defeating Castres 18-10 in the Top 14 Final. Read full article
Wilkinson signs off in style with Toulon win
Jonny Wilkinson ended his glittering career in style, almost predictably kicking European champions Toulon to the French Top 14 title with a 18-10 victory against Castres on Saturday. Read full article
Saracens out to banish Europe failure
Their dreams of a maiden Heineken Cup success having been brutally ended by Toulon, Saracens are desperate to ensure their impressive season does not end without silverware. Read full article
Wilkinson expects great things from Farrell
Jonny Wilkinson was full of praise for England flyhalf successor Owen Farrell ahead of their head-to-head clash in Saturday's European Cup final between Toulon and Saracens. Read full article
Gut instinct tells Wilko it's time to go
Jonny Wilkinson said a "loud and pretty true gut feeling" had told him now was the right time to bring down the curtain on a brilliant career. Read full article
Wilkinson to retire at end of season
Toulon flyhalf Jonny Wilkinson, whose last-gasp drop goal secured England World Cup glory in 2003, will retire from rugby at the end of the season, he announced on Monday. Read full article
South Africans feature prominently in semis
Semifinals weekend in Europe saw no less than 26 South African-born players feature in the fixtures across the three leagues while there were five more in action in the European qualifying play-off. Read full article
Kockott's star continues to shine
Rory Kockott was once again the star for Castres as the defending champions ended Clermont's 77-game unbeaten run on home soil in a shock result in Saturday's Top 14 play-off. Read full article
Perpignan's Cazenave loses eye, licence
French scrumhalf Florian Cazenave was stripped of his French Rugby Federation licence on Monday after losing his eye in a domestic accident. Read full article
Hotshot Wilkinson aims for historic exit
Rugby legend Jonny Wilkinson says he is playing every game as though it is his last and he has a possible fairytale end to his career in sight. Read full article
SA players had a busy week
With a bumper weekend of European rugby, several South Africans were plying their trade in the Heineken and Challenge Cups, as well as a PRO12 derby. Read full article
Rougerie doubtful for Saracens clash
Clermont captain Aurelien Rougerie is doubtful for the European Cup semifinal against Saracens at Twickenham on Saturday, a club source revealed on Thursday. Read full article
Saracens boss wary of Sivivatu threat
New Zealand's Sitiveni Sivivatu is the dangerman Saracens must contain in their European Cup semifinal with Clermont at Twickenham on Saturday, according to coach Mark McCall. Read full article
Toulon move three points clear
Former Lions and Sharks wing Wandile Mjekevu and ex Stormers scrum-half Dewald Duvenhage are staring relegation from the Top 14 in the face. Read full article
Toulouse playoff hopes on hold after draw
Toulouse will have to wait till the last Top 14 game of the season in a fortnight to see whether or not they qualify for the playoffs after being held 19-19 by relegation-threatened Oyonnax. Read full article
Castres face make or break Montpellier clash
Champions Castres face a crunch home clash with Top 14 leaders Montpellier on Friday with the defence of their title on the line. Read full article
RFU exec bids to stop English talent drain
England's leading clubs are determined to challenge the financial rewards on offer in French rugby in a bid to prevent a post-2015 World Cup player drain. Read full article
Saffas play prominent roles in their team's victories
Springbok wing Bryan Habana scored his first try for Toulon which helped them secure a 22-20 victory at Bordeaux-Bègles in Saturday's Top 14 clash. Read full article
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