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Rugby | European Rugby

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
Habana marks return with try
South African star Bryan Habana scored a try on his return to action after a three-month absence because of a hamstring injury as Toulon beat Bordeaux-Begles 22-20 in a thrilling Top 14 encounter on Saturday. Read full article
European competition to follow UEFA model
The new European club rugby competition launching next season will not have a title sponsor but instead seek a group of backers, emulating a model that has proved lucrative for Champions League soccer. Read full article
Clermont, Toulon turn focus on undecided top 14
Clermont and Toulon return from European Cup heroics to the week-in, week-out travails of the topsy-turvy Top 14 this weekend. Read full article
Ulster's Payne banned for two weeks
Ulster full-back Jared Payne was on Wednesday banned for two weeks following his controversial tackle on Saracens' counterpart Alex Goode during a European Cup quarterfinal. Read full article
SA players feature strongly in quarters
The northern hemisphere's focus was turned to European Cup competitions this past weekend and there were several South Africans in action in both the Heineken Cup and Amlin Challenge Cup quarterfinals. Read full article
O'Mahony in race to be fit for Toulouse clash
Two-time European Cup champions Munster will give captain Peter O'Mahony till Thursday to prove his fitness for Saturday's home quarterfinal with France's four-time winners Toulouse. Read full article
Mixed results for South Africans around Europe
Saracens benefited from Northampton’s loss at home to Leicester by moving seven points clear at the top of the Aviva Premiership following their win over London Wasps, who were missing Ashley Johnson. Read full article
World-record crowd as Saracens go top
Saracens moved to the top of the Aviva Premiership standings on Saturday as they outscored Harlequins five tries to two to win 39-17 in front of a world-record crowd at Wembley. Read full article
Smith hails Wolves hunger for success
Tony Smith insists he always had faith in his side after Warrington Wolves had to come from behind to see off Super League strugglers London Broncos. Read full article
Bruni pulls out of Perpignan switch
Toulon and France back row forward Virgile Bruni has pulled out of a proposed move to Perpignan next season, a source close to the deal claimed on Friday. Read full article
Davies quits as Cardiff boss after dismal run
Phil Davies resigned as director of rugby at Cardiff Blues on Monday after a dreadful run of results has seen the Welsh outfit slump to 10th in the 12-team Celtic League. Read full article
Martial extends contract with Castres
French wing Romain Martial extended his contract with Top 14 champions Castres for a further two years on Monday, tying him to the club until the 2016/17 season. Read full article
Saffas play vital role in Saracens win
Saracens' South African contingent helped the London side take a massive step towards securing a home semifinal in the Aviva Premiership this weekend as they secured a vital away win over Francois Louw's Bath. Read full article
Kockott grabs the headlines
Former Sharks scrumhalf Rory Kockott was the biggest South African headline maker in European rugby over the past week, but not always for the right reasons. Read full article
Grenoble sign SA scrumhalf McLeod
Top 14 playoff contenders Grenoble signed South African scrumhalf Charl McLeod on Sunday on a two-year contract from Super Rugby outfit the Sharks. Read full article
Ralepelle ruled out for rest of season
Toulouse suffered a blow on Wednesday as a source at the team told AFP that South African international hooker Chiliboy Ralepelle would miss the rest of the season because of a serious knee injury. Read full article
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