Little left to chance as Lions head to New Zealand
What the 2017 British & Irish Lions lacked in preparation time they made up for in planning as they departed London on Monday afternoon determined to upset the All Blacks.
What's it like playing under Warren Gatland?
Adam Jones, who played under Lions coach Warren Gatland at Wales, lifts the lid on what it's like to play under his guidance.
Jones: Lions will struggle in New Zealand
England coach Eddie Jones believes the British & Irish Lions will face a difficult task in New Zealand to beat the All Blacks in the Test series.
British & Irish Lions Watch
11 British & Irish Lions bound for New Zealand were in action across the weekend in the Aviva Premiership final, the PRO12 final as well as the Top 14 semis. Find out how they got on.
From Olympic heartbreak to Atlanta Falcon
Alex Gray could have stayed in autopilot mode in rugby but instead he opted to pursue the American football dream. Now drafted by the Atlanta Falcons, he tells his story to Tom Hamilton.
England's young stars did 'themselves proud'
Chris Robshaw has hailed the impact made by England's young generation as preparations continue for a two-Test Argentina tour.
Thomas replaces Evans in Wales squad
Interim Wales head coach Robin McBryde has called up Ospreys prop Gareth Thomas for their summer Tests against Samoa and Tonga after Rob Evans withdrew with a broken finger.
France recall Plisson for Boks Tests
France head coach Guy Noves has recalled Stade Francais fly-half Jules Plisson for their summer Tests against the Springboks, while four players could make their debut in South Africa.
An astonishing final. Bruising, gruelling and exhausting. Here are the Aviva Premiership champions - the Exeter Chiefs
'Harsh words' set Exeter on path to title
Gareth Steenson has revealed how a 35-8 defeat to Clermont Auvergne back in October, and the frank discussion that followed, helped spur Exeter Chiefs onto a run of form that culminated in their first Aviva Premiership title.
Exeter complete rise to Premiership kings
After the most gruelling of seasons, Exeter Chiefs dug deep to beat Wasps 23-20 after extra time and become the Aviva Premiership champions for the first time in their history.
New Zealand Team of the Week
The Crusaders, Highlanders and Hurricanes all prevailed in entertaining wins while the Blues and Chiefs played out a draw. But who made our New Zealand team of the week?
Six-try Scarlets cruise to PRO12 title
Scarlets have beaten Munster 46-22 in the Guinness PRO12 final in Dublin.
Clermont crush Racing in Top 14 semi
Clermont Auvergne will face Toulon in the Top 14 Final after scoring a decisive 37-31 win over Racing 92 in their semifinal win at Stade Velodrome.
Belleau the hero as Toulon edge La Rochelle
An 80th minute drop goal from Anthony Belleau has ended La Rochelle's remarkable season as Toulon advanced to the Top 14 final after a 18-15 win in front of over 63,000 fans at the Vélodrome in Marseille.
Gatland: I have the upmost admiration for O'Driscoll.
British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland looks back to 2013 when he sent the rugby world into a tailspin after dropping Brian O'Driscoll for the third Test against Australia.
ARU lifts Super Rugby contract moratorium
The Australian Rugby Union (ARU) has lifted its moratorium on Super Rugby player contracts and promised to honour all deals, including for those who sign with a team that's subsequently axed.
Experienced Aussies making fools of themselves
Australian rugby continues to act dumb and dumber. As if the embarrassing ARU saga over which Australian team will be cut isn't enough, some of the country's supposedly most experienced players are repeatedly make fools of themselves.
Super Rugby rebooted: Unfashionable Brumbies at it again
The unfashionable, ugly step-sister of Australian rugby have done it again, with the Brumbies having all but secured the Australian conference title for the second straight year. Their win over the Jaguares headlines our wrap of Round 14.
Broken arm fears for Rebels' McMahon
The horror injury run of Melbourne's Sean McMahon has continued with the Wallaby back-rower forced off AAMI Park with a suspected broken arm.
Hurricanes blow Bulls off the park
The Hurricanes piled more misery on the struggling Bulls when they came out 34-20 victors in their Super Rugby match at Loftus Versveld in Pretoria on Saturday.
Highlanders out-class brave Tahs
The Highlanders have put on a show of pure class as they ran away 44-21 bonus-point winners over a brave but sloppy Waratahs side.
Saints haul in Stade for Champions Cup place
Northampton Saints have rallied from a 16-point deficit while down to 14-men for most of the second half to beat Stade Francais 23-22 and qualify for the Champions Cup next season.
O'Connell: NZ thinking of 10-0 vs. Lions
Former British & Irish Lions captain Paul O'Connell believes New Zealand will look for a 10-0 clean sweep of the Lions as every game will be a Test match level.
Farrell: Defence will be key for Lions
Andy Farrell accepts that defence will be "a massive part" of the British & Irish Lions' game as they prepare to tackle world champions New Zealand.
At home with Anthony Watson.
Akin Solanke-Caulker sat down with Anthony Watson to discuss Lions selection, Eddie Jones and haircuts.
London Irish promoted to Premiership
London Irish secured an instant return to the Aviva Premiership as they beat Yorkshire Carnegie 55-48 in an enthralling encounter at the Madejski Stadium.
O'Driscoll tips Payne for Lions fullback spot
Brian O'Driscoll and Jason Robinson have their say on the British & Irish Lions' biggest backline selection conundrums one month out from the first Test against New Zealand at Eden Park.
Injuries & hope: The '77 Lions tour
Measured purely by results the 1977 British & Irish Lions were among the most successful visitors to New Zealand, winning one test out of four and coming within minutes of sharing the series.
All Black giants: Colin Meads & Wilson Whineray
At first sight, the Australia-New Zealand match played at the Sydney Cricket Ground on 19th May 1957 looks as inconsequential as international matches come.
'He is a big unit, but he needs a haircut' - What Eddie Jones said about England's 15 uncapped players
"There's something about him, he finds the line" - Eddie Jones gives his assessment on England's uncapped 15 ahead of the two-Test tour of Argentina.
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