England dig deep to fend off Japan
Despite trailing at halftime, England found their try-scoring form in the second half to get the better of Japan at Twickenham.
England needed 'mental reboot', says coach Jones
England coach Eddie Jones said his team needed a change in attitude to turn around Saturday's test against Japan.
Australia ease past Italy but lose Pocock to head injury
Australia beat Italy 26-7 on Saturday, keeping their unblemished record against the Azzurri intact.
Australia beat Italy in first win on European tour
Marika Koroibete has scored a double in the Wallabies' 26-7 victory over Italy in Padova. The win keeps Australia's unbeaten record against the Azzuri intact.
Cheika plays down fears over Pocock injury
Michael Cheika is hopeful David Pocock will be fit for next week's clash with England after the talismanic back-rower left the field early in the Wallabies' win over Italy in Padova.
Ireland -- and Andy Farrell -- take All Blacks to the 'hurt arena' in a Dublin classic
The fingerprints of Ireland's defence coach were all over an intense, pulsating encounter that makes you yearn for a repeat at next year's Rugby World Cup.
Ireland make history with victory over All Blacks
A brilliant second-half try from Jacob Stockdale helped Ireland defeat New Zealand for the first time ever on home soil.
Stockdale stunner gives Ireland historic win over New Zealand
Ireland grabbed a momentous win in Dublin, after Jacob Stockdale's second half try gave the home side a 16-9 lead New Zealand couldn't pull back.
Erasmus hails Boks' maturity in Murrayfield win
Rassie Erasmus has credited the Springboks' improved poise in tight matches for their 26-20 victory over Scotland.
Springboks get smart to shut down flying Scots
Just as Scotland were showing why they are one of the most entertaining sides in world rugby, South Africa shut them down to show why they are one of the world's best.
South Africa see off Scotland challenge
South Africa won a thrilling encounter against Scotland at Murrayfield, with Handre Pollard scoring 18 of their 26 points.
Cipriani hit with three-week ban
Gloucester and England fly-half Danny Cipriani has been banned for three weeks after he was sent off for a dangerous tackle.
Former Springboks flanker Deysel retires
Deysel, who joined Ulster from Guinness Pro14 rivals Munster in 2017, made his decision because of a "combination of lower-body injuries and various niggles".
Cipriani sent off in Gloucester defeat
Danny Cipriani's week went from bad to worse as he was sent off against Munster in the European Champions Cup on Saturday.
Billy Vunipola out of autumn internationals
England will be without Billy Vunipola for the autumn internationals after he fractured his arm in Saracens' win over Glasgow Warriors at the weekend.
Vunipola brothers both injured in Saracens win
Billy and Mako Vunipola both went off injured in Saracens' victory over Glasgow on Sunday, putting their participation in England's Autumn internationals in doubt.
O'Driscoll: Exeter level with Saracens, Leinster
Brian O'Driscoll has tipped Exeter Chiefs as favourites to win the Champions Cup title this season, alongside recent winners Leinster and Saracens.
Ulster confirm Champions Cup spot
Ulster confirmed their place in next season's Champions Cup with a 35-17 victory over Ospreys at the Kingspan Stadium.
European review: Player of the week, flop & more
Rugby union displayed its best side in Bilbao over the weekend, as a 61-point thriller of a Challenge Cup final was followed by a tense, nerve-shredding Champions Cup showpiece.
Lambie suffers serious knee injury
Pat Lambie is almost certain to miss the Springboks' Tests against England after sustaining what is believed to be an anterior cruciate ligament injury in the European Rugby Champions Cup final.
Patience pays dividends for 'ugly' Leinster
Leinster head coach Leo Cullen admitted the final 20 minutes of his side's Champions Cup final victory were "torturous" as he praised his players' resilience.
Dan Carter ruled out of Champions Cup final
Racing 92 fly-half Dan Carter has been ruled out of the Champions Cup final with a hamstring injury.
Nacewa the hero as Leinster snatch glory
Racing 92 fly-half Remi Tales missed a late drop-goal as Leinster clung on to claim a 15-12 victory in the Champions Cup final in Bilbao.
O'Driscoll: Lancaster in no rush for Test return
Leinster legend Brian O'Driscoll has praised the "exceptional" work Stuart Lancaster has done in helping the Irish province to the brink of a fourth European Cup success. But he does not think he will rush back into the Test arena.
Bilbao rain could give way to Racing tears
Those who headed to northern Spain in search of sun this weekend look set for disappointment but those who have found a way to Bilbao should witness a fine Champions Cup final.
Weekend predictions: Champions, Challenge Cup finals
All eyes are on Bilbao this weekend as Leinster, Racing 92, the Cardiff Blues and Gloucester contest this season's European finals.
Leinster must find 'another gear' in Bilbao
Dan Leavy believes Leinster must find an extra gear if they are to beat Racing 92 and secure a fourth European Cup triumph.
Barnes to ref Leinster vs. Racing 92 final
Wayne Barnes will take charge of Leinster against Racing 92 in the 2018 Champions Cup final at the San Mamés Stadium in Bilbao on Saturday, 12 May.
Sexton, Furlong among Euro POTY nominees
Leinster and Racing 92 dominate the shortlist for the EPCR European Player of the Year after both sides booked their places in the Champions Cup final.
European review: Player of the week, flop & more
Then there were four. Following a thrilling weekend of rugby, we now know who will contest the Champions and Challenge Cup finals.
Quickfire Racing stun Munster to reach final
Racing 92 scored three tries in the opening 22 minutes to stun Munster and set up a 27-22 victory that secured their place in the Champions Cup final.
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