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Zebre see off sorry Kings, victories for Cardiff and Scarlets

Zebre kept Southern Kings waiting for their first victory since moving to the Pro14, scoring three tries in each half.
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Mikautadze sees red as Bordeaux beat Montpellier, Clermont see off Racing

Montpellier suffered their first Top 14 loss of the season at Bordeaux, thanks in no small part to an inspired display from Simon Hickey.
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Vunipola injured in Saracens rout, Tigers and Falcons win on the road

Saracens overpowered Sale at Allianz Park despite losing Billy Vunipola in the first half, while Leicester and Newcastle edged to victories.
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Gloucester hold off fightback from winless Warriors

Gloucester held off a second-half revival from Worcester Warriors to claim a 24-19 Premiership victory.
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Cheetahs end Leinster's perfect start, Glasgow thrash Munster

Leinster's perfect Pro14 record is no more after a heavy defeat to South African newcomers Cheetahs.
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Teenager Smith named in England training squad

Eddie Jones has given 18-year-old Marcus Smith the chance to train with the England squad as reward for a promising start to the season.
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Wallabies omit Korczyk for South Africa and Argentina Tests

Michael Cheika has made only one change to the Wallabies squad for their upcoming tour, leaving Adam Korczyk at home.
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Dagg out until 2018 to rest knee injury

Israel Dagg will spend the rest of 2017 resting a knee injury after a stop-start year for the All Blacks and Crusaders.
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Lions officials defend Gatland's reign as O'Brien explains criticism

Sean O'Brien's criticism of the British and Irish Lions' efforts under Warren Gatland in New Zealand have taken team officials by surprise.
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Coaches denied Lions whitewash over All Blacks - O'Brien

Ireland flanker Sean O'Brien thinks the Lions coaches were guilty of "panicking" during the tour of New Zealand.
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SANZAAR announce 2018 Super Rugby schedule

Stormers will host Jaguares in the first game of a revised Super Rugby competition on February 2017.
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Solomona focused on Sale rather than England return

After being sent home from August's training camp, Denny Solomona is focused on Sale Sharks rather than an England return.
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Louw, Nkosi and Schreuder get Springboks call

Francois Louw, S'busiso Nkosi and Louis Schreuder will come into the South Africa squad to face Australia and New Zealand on home soil.
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Wasps dealt blow as Cipriani ruled out for 12 weeks

Danny Cipriani is set to miss 12 weeks of Wasps' campaign after tearing a medial ligament in his knee against Harlequins.
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Springbok Kriel out for six months

South Africa will not be able to call on Jaco Kriel until next year, with the flanker undergoing surgery on a shoulder injury.
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I'm working for SA Rugby, not Twitter! - Coetzee brushes off social media backlash

Allister Coetzee has little time for his detractors after South Africa suffered a record defeat to the All Blacks.
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Ireland captain Best a doubt for November internationals with hamstring tear

Ireland could be without captain Rory Best for their November internationals after it was confirmed the Ulster man has a hamstring tear.
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Gloucester sign Wallaby hooker Hanson on short-team deal

Gloucester have secured the services of Australia international hooker James Hanson on a short-term contract.
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Kaino earns All Blacks recall as Hansen rests key players

Steve Hansen is seeking to manage the workload of his New Zealand squad as the All Blacks prepare to face Argentina.
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Montpellier stay perfect as Racing 92 go second

Montpellier lead Racing 92 by five points at the summit of the Top 14 table after both sides won on Sunday.
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