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13dPA Sport

Connacht deny Ospreys' Clarke a winning start

Allen Clarke's first PRO14 game in charge of the Ospreys ended in a 26-15 defeat to Conference A rivals Connacht at the Sportsground.

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28dESPN Staff

Webb adds to Wales' Six Nations injury woes

Rhys Webb is a major doubt for the Six Nations after being withdrawn from Wales' squad with a knee injury that will "restrict his involvement in the campaign".

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31dESPN Staff

Ospreys coach Tandy axed after poor run

Ospreys head coach Steve Tandy has paid the price for poor results as the Welsh region confirmed the former PRO12 winning coach will leave the region with immediate effect as their search for a "world-class" replacement begins.

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33dPA Sport

Clermont top pool after Ospreys win

Clermont are through to the quarter-finals of the Champions Cup as winners of Pool 2 thanks to a 24-7 victory over Ospreys - and bagged a home game in the knock-out stage.

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38dESPN Staff

Bowe confirms retirement for end of season

Ireland and British & Irish Lions wing Tommy Bowe has revealed he will bow out of professional rugby at the end of the campaign.

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47dPA Sport

Webb brace gives Ospreys derby spoils

Wales scrum-half Rhys Webb scored two tries as Ospreys held on to seal a 29-28 bonus-point victory over Cardiff in the Guinness PRO14 at the Liberty Stadium.

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51dESPN Staff

Wales back row Lydiate a Six Nations doubt

Warren Gatland has suffered a potential blow ahead of the 2018 Six Nations, with Wales and Ospreys backrow Dan Lydiate now a major doubt due bicep injury.

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53dPA Sport

Ospreys end search for win at Dragons

The Ospreys ended their PRO14 drought with victory over the Dragons at Rodney Parade as the last rugby match of 2017 in the UK dribbled to a lacklustre conclusion.

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58dPA Sport

Macleod try wins it late for 14-man Scarlets

A stoppage-time try by replacement Josh Macleod saw 14-man Scarlets edge Ospreys 12-9 in a dramatic Guinness PRO14 derby at a rain-drenched Parc y Scarlets.

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67dPA Sport

Ospreys leapfrog Saracens with victory

Replacement scrum-half Rhys Webb scored twice as Ospreys completed a European Champions Cup double over struggling Northampton with a 32-15 bonus-point victory at a wet Liberty Stadium.

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75dPA Sport

Ospreys hold on to win crazy game at Saints

Northampton pushed hard in a second-half fightback but couldn't overcome Ospreys as they fell to a 43-32 Champions Cup defeat at Franklin's Gardens.

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82dPA Sport

Munster too strong for Ospreys

Munster's new head coach Johann van Graan enjoyed a winning home debut at Irish Independent Park where the under-strength Ospreys were beaten 36-10.

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85dPA Sport

Williams to trade Scarlets for Ospreys

Wales centre Scott Williams is to leave Scarlets at the end of the season and join their Welsh regional rivals Ospreys.

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90dTom Hamilton

Alun Wyn: 'Changing nappies is a great leveller'

Fatherhood has changed Alun Wyn Jones. Captain of Wales, nine-time British & Irish Lion, but then he is husband to Anwen and father to Mali, with another on the way.

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93dHuw Richards

Test circuit poorer without Wales' first home

Wales played their final Test at St Helen's 20 years ago this month. The multipurpose ground is still fondly remembered by those who experienced its unique atmosphere.

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104dPA Sport

Young Wasps too strong for Ospreys

Wasps recorded the first win of their Anglo-Welsh Cup campaign on Friday night with a 36-12 victory over the Ospreys at the Liberty Stadium.

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108dPA Sport

Tipuric, Webb a doubt for Wales vs. Australia

Flanker Justin Tipuric and scrum-half Rhys Webb are understood to be major doubts for Wales' autumn series opener against Australia on Saturday.

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110dESPN Staff

Tovey leads Edinburgh past Ospreys

Twenty points from Jason Tovey saw Richard Cockerill's Edinburgh defeat Ospreys 37-10 in the PRO14 and in doing so recorded a fifth consecutive win in all competitions.

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124dPA Sport

Saracens dig deep to clinch thrilling win

Saracens shrugged off their post-Northampton lethargy to reclaim top place in Pool Two of the Champions Cup by registering a bonus-point 36-34 victory over a spirited Ospreys at Allianz Park.

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125dESPN Staff

Webb slams WRU decision

Ospreys scrum-half Rhys Webb has hit out at the WRU's decision to prevent players with fewer than 60 caps playing abroad from representing Wales.

2018 RankingsEuropean Rugby Champions Cup

  • OSP5th
    TRIES SCORED 1st Saracens : 24 Tries Scored
    SARAC1st
    18
    24
  • OSP13th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Leinster : 83 Points Difference
    LEINS1st
    4
    83