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Saracens lead calls to scrap Premiership salary cap

Saracens are leading calls to abandon the salary cap in the Premiership, claiming it seriously undermines the competition's reputation.
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Sonny Bill Williams to headline charity fight night

Sonny Bill Williams will face the toughest challenge of his boxing career in January when he headlines a charity event at Allphones Arena in Sydney against heavyweight veteran Chauncy Welliver.
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Launchbury to miss Six Nations

England second row Joe Launchbury will miss the Six Nations after Wasps confirmed he requires surgery on his neck.
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Coventry move can catapult Wasps to success – Gomarsall

​Andy Gomarsall believes Wasps' move to Coventry can help catapult them to success in the Premiership and Europe.
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LIVE COVERAGE: Sonny Bill Williams and Quade Cooper press conference

Here's your chance to ask questions to Sonny Bill Williams and Quade Cooper at their boxing press conference on Friday, 19 December. Our man will be there getting the answers to the best of your questions.
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Horwill to join Harlequins after Rugby World Cup

Australia international lock James Horwill will join Harlequins following the 2015 Rugby World Cup, Queensland Reds announced on Thursday.
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Carter to join Racing Metro in 2016

Rugby's all-time leading points scorer Dan Carter announced on Thursday he will play for French club Racing Metro from 2016.
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Ashley-Cooper to move to France after World Cup

Australia international Adam Ashley-Cooper has agreed a two-year deal to join Bordeaux after the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
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Armitage suspended for 12 weeks after fan row

Toulon's Delon Armitage has been banned for 12 weeks by European Professional Club Rugby (EPRC) after an altercation with supporters.
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Castrogiovanni given four-game suspended ban

Toulon prop Martin Castrogiovanni has been given a suspended four-match ban and a €10,000 fine for his post-match rant at Welford Road.
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Wales announce World Cup warm-up schedule

Wales have announced a double-header against Ireland as part of their Rugby World Cup warm-up schedule.
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Hansen re-signs with All Blacks until 2017

New Zealand coach Steve Hansen has re-signed with the All Blacks until 2017, as they prepare to embark on a World Cup year.
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Launchbury a doubt for Six Nations opener

Joe Launchbury's status for England's Six Nations opener has been placed into doubt after claims his rehab from injury is behind schedule.
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Burgess admits rugby is harder than expected

Sam Burgess continues to win fans in rugby, but the former South Sydney Rabbitohs enforcer admits the switch has been tougher than expected.
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South Africa too strong for NZ at Port Elizabeth Sevens

South Africa were too good for New Zealand in defending their Port Elizabeth Sevens title at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium overnight.
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Wasps bid farewell to Adams Park in style

London Wasps bode farewell to their Adams Park home with a convincing 44-17 victory over Castres in the European Champions Cup.
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Edinburgh maintain perfect record

Edinburgh maintained their perfect European Rugby Challenge Cup record with another comprehensive win over London Welsh.
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Toulon avenge Leicester defeat, Saints march past Treviso

Toulon atoned for last weekend's European Rugby Champions Cup defeat to Leicester Tigers by beating the Premiership outfit 23-8 on Saturday.
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London Irish leapfrog Blues, Chiefs make it eight in a row

London Irish went top of European Rugby Challenge Cup Pool One with a 34-23 victory over Cardiff Blues on Saturday.
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Dragons rout Wolves for record win, Falcons defeated

Newport Gwent Dragons ran in 11 tries to demolish Bucharest Wolves 69-17 and move top of Pool Four in the European Challenge Cup on Friday.
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