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1mTom May

May: Ford-Farrell axis a glimpse of England's future

Eddie Jones may have been deprived of Henry Slade because of injury, but Tom May believes England can flourish with a second ball-player in their midfield.

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1mPA Sport

Italy call up two ahead of England clash

Italy have called Robert Barbieri and the uncapped Andrea Buondonno into their squad as injury cover ahead of Sunday's RBS Six Nations match against England.

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17hAAP

Chiefs hit by Pulu's Sevens injury

The Chiefs are likely to be without the livewire No.9 for the opening weeks of Super Rugby after he suffered a broken arm during the Sydney 7s last weekend.

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2dMartyn Thomas

Ireland, Wales set Six Nations standard

Given how much effort went into 80 minutes of bruising, brutal Test match rugby at the Aviva Stadium, it was no surprise both Ireland and Wales thought they had done enough to win.

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2dTom Hamilton

Jones tells England: Give Italy a good hiding

Eddie Jones' tenure got off to a winning start against Scotland on Saturday. But while it was a case of job done for England, Jones wants them to go up another gear in Rome.

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3dTom Hamilton

Vunipola brothers lead the way for recovering England

As with Stuart Lancaster's era, Eddie Jones' tenure starts with a win, under the lights, in Baltic conditions at Murrayfield. It wasn't pretty but they got the job done, writes Tom Hamilton.

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Highlanders in 'Barracuda' tribute for Buckman

The Highlanders' renowned club culture was on show at the weekend with Joe Wheeler leading an impromptu musical performance in the absence of their injured cult hero. Watch the video!

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Worcester sign Springbok Dewald Potgieter

Worcester Warriors have signed Springboks flanker Dewald Potgieter who will be available for Saturday's match against Bath.

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Hogg: Scotland have not regressed

Stuart Hogg is adamant Scotland are moving forward despite the setback of their Six Nations opening round defeat to England on Saturday.

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2dTristan Barclay

Vakatawa and Canna shine through Paris gloom

Two newcomers -- one for either side -- give France and Italy reason for optimism despite a Six Nations opener that failed to brighten the mood for northern hemisphere rugby.

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Sonny Bill advises Cooper to buy new lungs

"Sevens is very hard on the body so for me I'm just going to do as much fitness as I can and just prepare myself as well as possible," Quade Cooper says.

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Saracens battle back at Exeter to stay top

Aviva Premiership pacesetters Saracens stretched their lead at the top of the table after coming back from 11-0 down to beat second-placed Exeter Chiefs 14-11 at Sandy Park.

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3dPA Sport

Sale end Leicester's unbeaten run

Sale ended Leicester's unbeaten Aviva Premiership home record with a hard fought 10-3 victory at Welford Road.

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3dPA Sport

Foden stuns Harlequins with last-gasp try

Ben Foden showed England head coach Eddie Jones what he is missing as the full-back scored a last-gasp try to lead Northampton to a 27-23 victory at The Stoop and inflicting a first home defeat on Harlequins this season.

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Harlequins defeat unforgivable - O'Shea

Harlequins' director of rugby Conor O'Shea admitted his side's 27-23 defeat to Northampton will take some time to get over after a late Ben Foden try won it for the visitors.

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Gloucester condemn Bath to sixth straight loss

Former Wales playmaker James Hook kicked five penalties as Gloucester fought back in difficult conditions to beat Bath 15-11 and leap to fifth place in the Aviva Premiership table -- if just for 24 hours.

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4dPA Sport

Ulster's Jackson strikes late to slay Dragons

Paddy Jackson nailed a crucial penalty to give Ulster a late 17-15 win over Newport Gwent Dragons and send the Irish side top of the Guinness PRO12 table.

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