Scarlets rewarded with La Rochelle tie in last eight
The Scarlets secured a European Champions Cup quarter-final place as Pool Five winners after toppling Toulon 30-27 in west Wales.
EXCLUSIVE: Haskell - I'd fight for one more England cap
After playing 75 Tests for England, James Haskell hopes he can return from his suspension and add to that tally as Eddie Jones prepares for the 2018 Six Nations.
EXCLUSIVE: Haskell on ban - 'I thought it was important to put my hand up'
Wasps and England backrow James Haskell acknowledges that while he never aspired to be a role model, he understands that it is part of being an athlete in modern sport.
Haskell EXCLUSIVE: Being suspended for England 'the hardest thing.'
James Haskell explains his side of the red card incident that will see him miss England's opening two games at the Six Nations.
Jones: 'Underdogs' England have opportunity to hunt others down
It was one of the hardest squads Eddie Jones has ever had to pick but though he feels England are being cast as underdogs for the Six Nations, he is adamant they have an opportunity to "hunt the other teams down".
Who are the eight uncapped players in England's Six Nation squad?
England are without a number of their frontline players for their Six Nations opener against Italy and Eddie Jones has turned to eight uncapped contenders in his 35-man squad.
Mercer emerging as contender to replace Vunipola
England are preparing to be without Billy Vunipola for the entirety of the 2018 Six Nations with Zach Mercer emerging as a contender to feature in the back-row against Italy.
Eight uncapped players, England's resources stretched through injury and suspension but the 35-man squad offers an intriguing glimpse of the future.
RFU won't stand in Jones' way if Lions come calling
The Rugby Football Union will not stand in Eddie Jones' way if he is chosen as the man to lead the British & Irish Lions to South Africa in 2021.
Jones extension a signal of no-excuse culture
Eddie Jones' two-year contract extension is win-win for the RFU, but their emphasis on succession-planning means there can be no room for error when the England coach leaves in 2021.
Jones focused on 2019 World Cup win with England.
After signing a new contract, Eddie Jones insists his focus is on winning the World Cup with England in 2019 then making sure the teams transition post-2019 is a success.
France's Six Nations squad: New faces to watch
Following the announcement of France's Six Nations squad, ESPN picks out four new faces to keep an eye on during the Championship.
Fantasy Rugby 2018: Who you should NOT pick
Picking a winning Fantasy Rugby team is not only about knowing which players will earn you points -- but recognising those star names who won't.
Fantasy Rugby 2018: How to win your mini league
So, you've signed up to Fantasy Rugby 2018 and you've created a league for you and your mates. Here's how you make sure you end up with bragging rights come March 17.
ESPN Fantasy Rugby 2018: Sign up now!
ESPN's Fantasy Rugby game is back for 2018, so from how to play to the prizes you can win, here's everything you need to know.
Who are Wales' uncapped duo?
Josh Adams and James Davies have been included in the Wales squad for the Six Nations, but who are they? ESPN fills you in.
Hogg, Laidlaw in Scotland Six Nations squad
Scotland have been boosted by the inclusion of Stuart Hogg and Greig Laidlaw in Gregor Townsend's first Six Nations squad, which also includes four uncapped players.
Toulon president Mourad Boudjellal is being investigated by EPCR, the organisers of the Champions Cup, over comments he made to French media in relation to Mathieu Bastareaud's alleged homophobic slur. The EPCR has not ruled out bringing disciplinary action against Boudjellal, who is currently serving an eight-week domestic touchline ban for comments he made about officiating in the Top 14.
European review: Player of the week, flop & more
As European quarterfinal line-ups take shape, ESPN rounds up who caught the eye, who had a game to forget, and what will we all be talking about ahead of the final round of pool fixtures.
England suffer Billy Vunipola Six Nations blow
England have suffered a serious injury blow ahead of the Six Nations after it was confirmed that Billy Vunipola had fractured his forearm.
Truly awful luck for Billy Vunipola, who was making only his second appearance for Saracens since a 15-week layoff following knee surgery. Injury also robbed him of a place on the Lions tour and he has undergone three operations since the beginning of last season. This is a huge blow too for Eddie Jones and England, who were already without Nathan Hughes for the first three rounds of the Six Nations at least.
Johnson-Fisher chasing an All-American dream
A highlight reel from a rugby match in England shot Tyrese Johnson-Fisher to viral internet fame. Now he's preparing to perform on an even grander stage, in a sport he has never played before.
What's the biggest adjustment between rugby and football?
Tyrese Johnson-Fisher talks about how he's finding changing from rugby to football, ahead of the Under Armour All-America game with the top high school prospects heading to college.
Jones warned not to rush Underhill back from concussion
Eddie Jones has been urged not to rush Sam Underhill back into action for England by his Bath boss, Todd Blackadder.
2017 international rugby in numbers
The British & Irish Lions dominated the Test arena this year, but the tourists weren't the only show in town. ESPN delves into the statistics behind another thrilling 12 months of international rugby.
50 years on: Guy Boniface remembered
Huw Richards reflects on the remarkable career of Guy Boniface 50 years on from his tragic death. The centre was part of a golden generation of French rugby.
Waugh: Hunt failed those who helped him
Karmichael Hunt has let down Michael Cheika and other rugby hierarchy who provided him a silver opportunity to keep alive his football career, according to Wallabies great Phil Waugh.
Catchpole was Australian most feared by All Blacks
Greg Growden pays tribute to Ken Catchpole, the greatest Wallabies halfback of them all.
The year that was: Australian rugby in 2017
From the axing of a franchise to the introduction of Raelene Castle as Rugby Australia's first female chief executive, here is the year that was for Australian rugby in 2017.
Five Boks who need to pull up their socks in 2018
There hasn't been a lot of Springboks who have covered themselves in glory in 2017. KweséESPN looks at five Boks who need to up their game in 2018.
O'Driscoll Exclusive: Ireland's failed bid 'missed opportunity' for World Rugby
Brian O'Driscoll reflects on Ireland's unsuccessful bid to win the right to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
Sending off never clouded Meads' greatness
It is 50 years since the late, great Colin Meads became only the second All Black to be sent off in a Test match.
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