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Wales’ Howley handed 18-month ban for betting breach

Former Wales backs coach Rob Howley is banned for 18 months, with nine months suspended, after breaking the sport's betting rules.

Justin Tipuric set to return for Ospreys against Cardiff Blues

Justin Tipuric is set to make his first Ospreys appearance of 2019-20 when they host Cardiff Blues on Saturday in the Pro14.

Baxter rules out England job after signing new Exeter deal

Exeter boss Rob Baxter says he is not a "career coach" after ruling himself out of an England role until at least 2023 by...

Exeter ‘motivated and focused’ to secure home Champions Cup tie

Exeter director of rugby Rob Baxter says his team are focusing on securing a home quarter-final in the Heineken Champions Cup.

Princess Royal presents Doddie Weir with Helen Rollason Award

Scotland rugby union great Doddie Weir is honoured with the Helen Rollason Award at the 2019 BBC Sports Personality of the Year show.

Doddie Weir wins Helen Rollason Award at Sports Personality 2019

Scotland rugby union great Doddie Weir, who has motor neurone disease, is honoured with the Helen Rollason Award.

Bath demolished by Clermont in Heineken Champions Cup

Bath's winless Heineken Champions Cup run continues as Clermont complete an eight-try demolition of the Premiership side in France.

‘One of the greatest comebacks in women’s rugby’ – Premier 15s round-up

Champions Saracens Women pull off an incredible comeback, coming from 24 points down to beat Harlequins Women 33-27 and top the Premier 15s table.

Exeter beat Sale to close on Champions Cup quarter-finals

Exeter move to within touching distance of the Champions Cup quarter-finals with a convincing 35-10 victory against Sale.

Champions Cup organisers to investigate Saracens-Munster brawl

Saracens head coach Mark McCall says a comment to hooker Jamie George by one of Munster's medics caused a brawl involving almost 30 players.