Sale sign O'Connor from Toulon
Sale Sharks have signed Australia international James O'Connor on a three-year deal from Toulon.
Dollman set to return for start of Premiership
Aviva Premiership champions Exeter are hoping Phil Dollman will be fit by the start of the season after the fullback suffered a knee injury in the final.
Nalaga one of four Irish signings
London Irish have announced a raft of major new signings for next season -- led by Fijian flyer Napolioni Nalaga.
New contracts for London Irish coaching team
London Irish's director of rugby Nick Kennedy and his backroom staff have all signed new contracts.
Picamoles switches Northampton for Montpellier
Montpellier have resigned Northampton Saints and France back-row Louis Picamoles, with the Aviva Premiership club confirming his departure back to his first Top 14 club.
Evans appointed Quins attack coach
Nick Evans has moved into Harlequins' backroom staff following his retirement from playing.
Wasps snap up de Jongh from Stormers
Springboks centre Juan de Jongh has become the latest high-profile player to sign for Aviva Premiership runners-up Wasps.
'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.
Baxter targets European glory with Chiefs
Rob Baxter wiped away the tears of Exeter's extra time Premiership final victory and challenged his Chiefs to turn one title into a dynasty.
Exeter complete rise to Premiership glory
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.
Premiership final: A tale of two clubs
A lot has happened to both Exeter and Wasps since the latter last made a Premiership final at Twickenham.
Beale to miss Premiership final
Wasps fullback Kurtley Beale has been ruled out of Saturday's Aviva Premiership final against Exeter Chiefs.
Wasps hope to reward those who saved the club
Wasps' Ashley Johnson on the club's battle from financial obscurity to the Aviva Premiership final and why beating Exeter will mean so much for the class of 2012.
Talei announces retirement from rugby
Harlequins back row Netani Talei has been forced to retire from rugby on medical grounds.
Johnson hopes for Cheetahs compromise
Wasps forward Ashley Johnson hopes a solution will be reached to safeguard the future of the Cheetahs as SA Rugby weighs up which two of their Super Rugby franchises they will disband.
London Irish secure instant return to Aviva 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.
Hill and Marchant out of England tour
England will be without prop Paul Hill and centre Joe Marchant for their two-Test tour of Argentina.
RPA rejects 10-month Premiership season
The Rugby Players' Association has rejected Premiership Rugby's plans to lengthen the domestic season by a further month.
Local knowledge behind Slade's 'great kick'
Years of practise paid dividends for Henry Slade and Exeter on Saturday after as "one of the great kicks of all time" helped the Chiefs into the Aviva Premiership final.
Jones adds Wigglesworth to England squad
Saracens' Richard Wigglesworth has won his first England call-up since the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
Wasps to attack Chiefs - with or without Beale
Wasps have vowed to stick to their blitz attack principles in Saturday's Aviva Premiership final -- with or without injury doubt Kurtley Beale.
Premiership semis: What they said
There were plenty of talking points following two thrilling Aviva Premiership semifinals that saw Exeter and Wasps clinch their place in the Twickenham final.
Beale an injury doubt for Premiership final
Kurtley Beale faces a race against time to be fit to end his stint at Wasps by featuring in the Aviva Premiership final.
Wasps snatch victory at the death
Josh Bassett's late try sent Wasps into their first Aviva Premiership final for nine years as they edged out Leicester Tigers 21-20 at the Ricoh Arena.
Slade, Simmonds combine to end Sarries dream
Saracens appeared to have found a way to beat Exeter at Sandy Park, but then Henry Slade and Sam Simmonds wrote their names into local folklore.
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