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Rugby | European Rugby

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
Sarries sharp in bonus point victory
David Strettle and Chris Ashton scored two tries apiece as Saracens claimed a bonus-point 30-23 win over Clermont in a European Champions Cup thriller at Allianz Park on Saturday. Read full article
Evans, Care star for Quins in Euro Cup
Nick Evans and new dad Danny Care starred as Harlequins got the revamped European Rugby Champions Cup season underway on Friday with a 25-9 win over French side Castres. Read full article
Goosen shines for Racing
Morné Steyn may not be the toast of Paris but his team did win the derby between Stade Français and Racing Métro when the two sides met on Saturday, despite Johan Goosen’s exceptional solo try. Read full article
Johan and Juandre lift Racing to 3rd spot
Tries from Johan Goosen, Francois van der Merwe and Juandré Kruger (2) helped Racing Métro beat Brive 46-32 in their Top 14 clash on Saturday. Read full article
Giteau inspires Toulon past battling Oyonnax
Australian star Matt Giteau led French and European champions Toulon to a scrappy, bad-tempered 21-18 win over Oyonnax on Friday to take pole position in the Top 14. Read full article
Ford confident Bath can 'unlock' Saracens
Bath coach Mike Ford believes his side have the attacking weapons at their disposal to break down Saracens' defence when they welcome the English Premiership leaders to the Recreation Ground on Friday. Read full article
Emotional weekend for Kockott
It was a weekend of mixed emotions for Rory Kockott as he arrived at his first training camp for the French national team a day after seeing his club slump to their fifth loss in seven games. Read full article
Clermont stay top in France
Clermont retained their French Top 14 lead with a gritty 19-8 win at Oyonnax, but a bonus-point 40-17 triumph for champions Toulon over Montpellier trimmed their advantage at the top. Read full article
Toulouse eye Bayonne hurdle to buck losing streak
Toulouse, arguably European rugby's most successful side, go into this weekend's round of Top 14 action seeking to buck a four-match losing streak and an eight-month losing away record. Read full article
Kockott has a perfect weekend
It was a perfect weekend for Rory Kockott as his 22-point haul for Castres in a 27-18 win over Oyonnax preceded a call-up to France's squad. Read full article
Kockott gets call to arms from Saint-Andre
Rory Kockott looks set to make his debut for his adopted country France after coach Philippe Saint-Andre named him in a 30 man squad for a training camp for the November tests on Sunday. Read full article
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