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Barritt over Heineken 'hiccup'
Saracens centre Brad Barritt has described the Heineken Cup Final loss to Toulon as merely a 'hiccup' ahead of the Premiership final. Read full article
The good and bad from the Heineken Cup Final
Saturday's Heineken Cup Final proved to be a mixture of glory and embarrassment for Toulon's Springbok-laden team of super stars. Read full article
Wilkinson's Toulon retain European Cup
Jonny Wilkinson's final match in Britain ended in joy for the England great as reigning champions Toulon beat Saracens 23-6 in the European Cup final at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium on Saturday. Read full article
European final with an SA flavour
Europe's top two sides will take the field with twelve South African-born players in the matchday squads as Toulon seek to defend their title. Read full article
Master v apprentice in Heineken final
Neither man will countenance the idea, both being team men through and through, Saturday's Heineken Cup final focus will be on flyhalves Jonny Wilkinson of Toulon and Saracens' Owen Farrell. Read full article
Holders Toulon reach Heineken Cup final
Jonny Wilkinson kicked 21 points to lift Toulon to a 24-16 Heineken Cup semifinal win over Munster on Sunday, keeping alive their hopes of becoming the third side to successfully defend the title. Read full article
Six-star Saracens thrash Clermont
Saracens slaughtered Clermont Auvergne with a 46-6 thrashing at Twickenham to book their place in the Heineken Cup Final on Saturday. Read full article
Neil celebrates 200th appearance with win
The northern hemisphere's focus was turned the 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
Toulon knock out Leinster and BOD
Toulon booked a spot in the Heineken Cup semifinals after they knocked out Leinster via a powerful 29-14 victory at Stade Félix Mayol in Toulon on Sunday. Read full article
We were lucky - McCall
Saracens coach Mark McCall admitted the red card issued to Jared Payne was critical in their 17-15 victory over Ulster at Ravenhill on Saturday. Read full article
At worst it was yellow - Anscombe
Ulster coach Mark Anscombe felt fullback Jared Payne should have been shown a yellow card instead of being sent-off against Saracens on Saturday. Read full article
Payne sees red as Saracens win
A fourth-minute red card for fullback Jared Payne helped Saracens book their spot in the Heineken Cup semifinals as they beat Ulster 17-15 at the Ravenhill Stadium in Belfast on Saturday. Read full article
Penney praises ‘outstanding’ Munster
Munster head coach Rob Penney was delighted with his team's performance after they overcame Toulouse 47-23 in their Heineken Cup quarterfinal. Read full article
Clermont knock out brave Tigers
Clermont saw off a spirited Leicester Tigers side 22-16 at Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin in Clermont-Ferrand on Saturday, securing themselves a European semifinal. Read full article
Six-try Munster too good for Toulouse
Munster secured their place in the Heineken Cup semifinals after they beat Toulouse 47-23 with a six-try showing in Limerick on Saturday. Read full article
Pienaar's boot sees Ulster into playoffs
Ruan Pienaar was the man of the hour for Ulster as he kicked all of their points in the 22-19 win over Leicester Tigers to secure a home quarter-final. Read full article
Botica penalty breaks Scarlets' hearts
Harlequins sneaked into the quarterfinals of the Challenge Cup thanks to a 22-20 Heineken Cup victory over Scarlets in Llanelli on Sunday. Read full article
Clermont book date with Tigers
Clermont will host Leicester in the Heineken Cup quarterfinals after securing a 28-3 victory over Racing Métro in soaking wet conditions at Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin on Sunday. Read full article
Gloucester impress in France
Gloucester produced an impressive away win against Perpignan by scoring five tries to round out their Heineken Cup campaign. Read full article
Munster secure a home berth
Munster overcame a defensively soft Edinburgh outfit by running in six tries to win 38-6 and secure a home Heineken Cup quarterfinal. Read full article
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