Cipriani offers 'heartfelt' apology to police, team
Danny Cipriani has issued an apology to the police after pleading guilty to common assault and resisting arrest.
Why this will be the toughest Rugby Championship in years
Each team has made improvements over the past 12 months, which Craig Dowd believes will make this year's Rugby Championship the toughest in years.
Cipriani RFU charge 'surprises' Gloucester
Gloucester are 'surprised and disappointed' at the RFU's decision to charge Danny Cipriani with conduct prejudicial to the interests of the game.
England's Watson, Joseph out of November Tests
England and Bath duo Jonathan Joseph and Anthony Watson have been ruled out of the November international series, delivering another blow to Eddie Jones' under-pressure side.
Raising a glass to England great Leonard
World Cup winner Jason Leonard is one of the most likable characters in world rugby, but there is far more to him than that and his formidable scrummaging ability. We raise a glass to the Hall of Famer as he turns 50.
Former Harlequin Easter set for Sharks role
Former England international Nick Easter is heading for South Africa after joining the Sharks coaching department for the upcoming Currie Cup season, according to reports.
England's May inspired by U.S. sprinter Gardner
England wing Jonny May revealed he was in awe of U.S. sprint star English Gardner after he spent two weeks at former Olympian Michael Johnson's Performance Centre in Texas.
Ashton learnt of England recall via WhatsApp
Chris Ashton has revealed that he only found out about his call-up to Eddie Jones' latest England training squad after being added to the team's WhatsApp group.
Hartley recovers from concussion, working on fitness
England captain Dylan Hartley has recovered from a concussion that sidelined him since March but still has work to do to be fit for the start of the Premiership season, the national team's forwards coach Steve Borthwick has said.
Jones fears for Tuilagi after injury nightmare
Eddie Jones is hoping for a "bit of luck" to end Manu Tuilagi's injury woes after the Leicester centre underwent further surgery in a bid to solve his knee problem.
Ashton adds another chapter to a turbulent love affair with international rugby
Chris Ashton's inclusion in the 44-man pre-season England training camp adds another chapter to a turbulent love affair with international rugby where at one stage it looked like he would be another talented player who had fallen short of the cap tally.
Ashton, Hartley return to England training squad
Chris Ashton's decision to return to the Gallagher Premiership has paid off after he was named in England's pre-season training squad.
Leicester Tigers sign Eastmond from Wasps
Leicester Tigers have signed former Bath and Wasps centre Kyle Eastmond.
All Blacks Sevens make RWC7s history
New Zealand have made Rugby World Cup Sevens history claiming a third title with an impressive 33-12 win over England at a packed out AT&T stadium, after South Africa downed Fiji to claim bronze.
Rugby World Cup Sevens in photos
San Francisco hosted the biggest rugby tournament yet staged in the United States, with AT&T Park the venue for the Rugby World Cup over the weekend. We bring you best of the action in photographs.
England break USA hearts' in extra time
New Zealand, Fiji and South Africa have all booked their places in the men's Rugby World Cup Sevens while England secured their place in an extra time epic.
England prop Genge out until 2019 with injury
England prop Ellis Genge is expected to be out of action until early 2019 after undergoing knee surgery, the 23-year-old's club Leicester Tigers have said.
Cipriani claims the spotlight for England
Danny Cipriani went into the third Test between the Springboks and England with much to prove, and he undoubtedly made the most of his opportunity. It will surely not be another 10 years before he starts another Test for England.
England produce more mature performance
England were much smarter at the breakdown and managed to disrupt the Springboks' maul before it got on a roll in the third Test at Newlands.
England come good to end losing streak
A brilliant try from Jonny May -- and a wonderful assist from Danny Cipriani -- helped England win their first match in seven attempts and end their tour of South Africa with a victory.
Jones 'not worried about job' despite poor run
England head coach Eddie Jones says he is not worried about his job ahead of the third Test against South Africa despite his team's run of five consecutive defeats.
Launchbury 'frustrated' at England's poor form
England are "bitterly frustrated" at their inability to hold leads and maintain their discipline in South Africa and have a point to prove in the final match of the series in Cape Town on Saturday, lock Joe Launchbury has said.
Jones: England will emerge stronger after loss
England coach Eddie Jones has backed the commitment of his players and believes they will save their best for last to avoid a whitewash in the third and final test against South Africa in Cape Town on Saturday.
Vunipola a 'big loss' for England - Vermeulen
South Africa forward Duane Vermeulen says Billy Vunipola will be a 'big loss' for England as the Springboks ramp up the pressure on Eddie Jones' side
Jones receives RFU backing despite slump
Eddie Jones is in no immediate danger of being sacked as England coach despite his tenure reaching a new low after suffering a fifth straight Test defeat.
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