Jones names eight uncapped players for 6N
Eddie Jones has named eight uncapped players in his 31-man Six Nations squad after the England boss promised to regenerate the squad following their World Cup final defeat.
Jones: Two refs needed to prevent kick-fest' rugby
Eddie Jones' solution to prevent rugby from falling into a slow, attritional, kick-fest is to deploy two on-field referees to ensure teams can secure quick ball.
England's Billy Vunipola set to miss Six Nations
England and Saracens back-row Billy Vunipola is a doubt for the Six Nations after suffering a suspected broken forearm.
Storm assistant Ryles to join England rugby
Melbourne NRL assistant Jason Ryles will join the England rugby team as a skills coach working under former Wallabies mentor Eddie Jones.
Saracens reach Champions Cup quarters with win over Racing 92
Sarcacens secured a European Champions Cup quarterfinal spot with a crucial 27-24 win over Racing 92 at Allianz Park on Sunday.
Saracens will not appeal Premiership relegation
Premiership champions Saracens will be relegated at the end of the 2019-20 season for salary cap breaches.
Saracens relegation threat intensifies
Saracens interim chief executive Edward Griffiths said no decision has been made on the club's future.
The ninth staging of the Rugby World Cup took place in Japan, the first time the tournament has been staged in Asia.
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