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Toulon deny signing O'Connell

Reigning European champions Toulon have rubbished media speculation that they have signed Ireland captain Paul O'Connell.
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Farrell commits future to Saracens

Owen Farrell has committed his future to Saracens by signing a new "long-term" contract.
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Irish land Sheriff from Saracens

Eoin Sheriff will play for London Irish next season after completing his move from Premiership rivals Saracens.
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Wallaby Betham to join Leicester

Leicester Tigers have confirmed that versatile Australia international back Peter Betham will join the club from Waratahs next season.
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Habana: Toulon need to improve for final

Bryan Habana says Toulon will need to increase their performance levels if they are to enjoy a third successive European Cup triumph.
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Hansen: All Blacks can cover Cruden loss

Steve Hansen was not panicking upon hearing the news he was likely to be without Aaron Cruden for their Rugby World Cup defence.
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Cruden set to miss World Cup after rupturing ACL

Aaron Cruden has ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament, almost certainly ruling him out of the Rugby World Cup.
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Cruden set for scans after 'knee caved in'

Monday could be the biggest day yet in the All Blacks' Rugby World Cup defence, with Aaron Cruden to learn the extent of a knee injury.
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Hero Halfpenny steers Toulon past Leinster

It was a European Champions Cup semi-final to remember, as defending champions Toulon edged past Leinster in Marseille.
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Waratahs end Hurricanes' perfect start

Waratahs became the first side to defeat Hurricanes in Super Rugby 2015 with a thrilling 29-24 victory on Saturday.
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Gloucester book final berth with battling win

Following a 30-19 victory over Exeter Chiefs, Gloucester will face Edinburgh in the European Rugby Challenge Cup final.
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Cudmore enjoys successful revenge mission against Saracens

Revenges was a motivating factor behind Clermont Auvergne's 13-9 win over Saracens, according to Jamie Cudmore.
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Clermont keep Euro dream alive with battling semi-final win

A European Rugby Champions Cup final appearance is on the cards for Clermont Auvergne after the defeated Saracens 13–9 in the semi-finals.
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Halfpenny out to avenge past disappointment as Toulon take on Leinster

As Toulon take on Leinster in the Champions Cup, Leigh Halfpenny is keen to avenge past disappointment.
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Cruden injured in comfortable Chiefs win

An injury to Aaron Cruden marred a comfortable victory for Chiefs as they beat Crusaders 26-9.
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Hidalgo-Clyne stars as Edinburgh reach final

Edinburgh qualified for their first European final with a 45-16 Challenge Cup victory over Newport Gwent Dragons on Friday.
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Season hinges on Challenge Cup glory, says Twelvetrees

Billy Twelvetrees believes Gloucester's season hinges on Challenge Cup success, ahead of Saturday's semi-final against Exeter Chiefs.
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Clermont out to avoid repeat performance

Following a heavy semi-final defeat last season, Clermont Auvergne will be keen to move on with a Champions Cup victory over Saracens.
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English salary cap behind French dominance - O'Driscoll

French clubs will continue to lead the way in Europe because of English rugby's salary cap, says Brian O'Driscoll.
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Fitzpatrick forced to retire on medical grounds

Declan Fitzpatrick has called time on his career with Ulster and Ireland after suffering a number of concussions in recent seasons.
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