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27 AugMurchie backs Glasgow's youth to shine in title defence
The World Cup means that Glasgow Warriors could be without as many as 20 internationals for the start of their GUINNESS PRO12 title defence but Peter Murchie is not concerned.
27 AugThomas' mixed emotions with Newport starting close to full strength
Newport Gwent Dragons are likely to be one of the GUINNESS PRO12 teams who benefit most from players being away at the World Cup, with only three of their squad currently in Wales' training camp, but T Rhys Thomas insists he would still be happy if that was not the case.
27 AugMarshall looking to make early impact for Connacht
New signing Ben Marshall says he had no doubts about making the switch to Connacht and is looking to rack up the minutes in this season's GUINNESS PRO12.
26 AugComan and Edinburgh gunning for top six
Glasgow Warriors may be the Scottish side on everyone's lips but Mike Coman insists Edinburgh are fully expecting to make another big leap forwards themselves this season.
26 AugCardiff Blues overhaul will take time admits Wilson
Danny Wilson has warned fans not to expect overnight success at Cardiff Blues - but he's adamant that he'll get it right before his three-year contract at the Welsh region is up.
26 AugJenkins named Cardiff Blues Captain
Prop Gethin Jenkins has today been confirmed by Cardiff Blues as the new captain at the region.
26 AugFoley: Munster don't lack leaders
Anthony Foley is under no illusions that Munster can simply replace Paul O'Connell - but he believes the characters he has assembled at Thomond Park can all help fill the void.
25 AugPivac: Scarlets want to be the No.1 team in Wales
The conclusion to the 2014/15 GUINNESS PRO12 campaign was too close for comfort for the Scarlets as they secured qualification for the European rugby's top tier on the final day.
25 AugMarshall talks up Ulster's chances of success this season
Scrum-half Paul Marshall insists the time has come for Ulster to win the GUINNESS PRO12 title after coming so close in recent seasons.
25 AugBiagi targeting Zebre consistency
Zebre have finished 12th in each of their three GUINNESS PRO12 seasons to date and George Biagi admits they must find that elusive consistency to climb off the bottom of the pile.
24 AugThe GUINNESS PRO12 is open for business
Captains and coaches from every GUINNESS PRO12 club had their say as excitement for the new season ramped up with the season launch at the DIAGEO headquarters in Park Royal, London.
24 AugSign up for our GUINNESS PRO12 jersey competition
Celebrate the return of the GUINNESS PRO12 in style by throwing your hat into the ring for our fantastic competition.
24 AugDon't miss a minute with the GUINNESS PRO12 app
The GUINNESS PRO12 is spread across four nations but all the action comes together at your fingertips in our official app.
24 AugGUINNESS PRO12 2015/16 Season Launched
The launch of the Guinness PRO12 2015/2016 season took place this morning at the DIAGEO Headquarters in Park Royal, London, with all 12 club coaches and playing captains in attendance.
23 AugWilson seeking discipline as new Cardiff Blues era begins
New Cardiff Blue boss Danny Wilson admitted his side need to improve their discipline ahead of the return of the GUINNESS PRO12, despite a 31-26 victory in his first game in charge.
22 AugFoley admits Munster still have work to do
Anthony Foley admits his Munster side still have plenty of work to do ahead of the new GUINNESS PRO12 season after Connacht left Thomond Park with the spoils in their pre-season clash.
21 AugMurchie handed Warriors captaincy during Rugby World Cup
Gregor Townsend has today confirmed that Glasgow Warriors will be led into action at the start of the season by Peter Murchie.
21 AugGUINNESS PRO12 weekly news round-up
We have our ears to the ground for the latest GUINNESS PRO12 news and if you've missed out on the goings on over the last seven days, catch up with our round-up below.
21 AugWindsor eager to show what he can do at Ulster
New boy Sam Windsor believes he can be a perfect complement to the fly-halves already at Ulster's disposal after vowing to bring something different to the Kingspan Stadium.
20 AugOspreys legend Jones calls time on career
Former Ospreys forward Ryan Jones has retired from professional rugby on medical advice.