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02 JulHogg: Scotland can gain from Glasgow Warriors success
Glasgow Warriors' GUINNESS PRO12 title was the perfect way to prepare Scotland for the World Cup, according to full-back Stuart Hogg.
01 JulKnight ready to learn at Newport Gwent Dragons
Newport Gwent Dragons new boy Shaun Knight is jumping at the chance to learn from some more experienced front-row hands, after completing his move to the GUINNESS PRO12 side from Gloucester.
30 JunReturning Faloon tells Ulster fans he is better than ever
Although returning flanker Willie Faloon feels like he has never been away from Ulster, the 28-year-old says the Kingspan Stadium faithful will barely recognise him when the new GUINNESS PRO12 season begins.
29 JunTandy expecting Davies to fill Biggar's boots for Ospreys
Ospreys boss Steve Tandy insists fly-half Sam Davies has what it takes to cut the mustard in the GUINNESS PRO12 next season while Dan Biggar is away on international duty.
28 JunWarburton: Williams can step up for Wales
Wales skipper Sam Warburton has singled out Scarlets centre Scott Williams as one to watch on the world stage later this year.
27 JunAshe learning from PRO12 final anguish
Glasgow Warriors back-rower Adam Ashe believes the disappointment of being left out of Gregor Townsend's GUINNESS PRO12 final squad will be a vital learning experience.
26 JunGUINNESS 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.
26 JunInjury sole reason for Leinster flanker's omission
Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt confirmed Leinster's Rhys Ruddock would have been selected for his World Cup training squad had it not been for the injury he suffered last week.
25 JunNew signing believes Wasps' loss will be Scarlets' gain
Prop Will Taylor believes Wasps' loss will be the Scarlets' gain after former Wales fly-half Stephen Jones agreed to rejoin his old club's coaching staff.
24 JunDolan cannot wait for Cardiff Blues switch
New Cardiff Blues signing Cam Dolan is relishing the chance to shine in the GUINNESS PRO12 after sealing his switch to the Welsh side last week.
24 JunDale McIntosh to leave Cardiff Blues
Cardiff Blues have confirmed that Dale McIntosh is to leave his position as Forwards Coach at the region.
23 JunFavaro targets glory with Glasgow
Incoming flanker Simone Favaro says he cannot wait to join up with Glasgow Warriors and begin his quest to win trophies.
22 JunMaitland on road to recovery from shoulder injury
Glasgow Warriors wing Sean Maitland insists he's ahead of schedule in his comeback from a shoulder injury.
21 JunMunster confirm O'Dea deal
GUINNESS PRO12 runners-up Munster have confirmed winger Luke O'Dea is set for a switch to France this summer, while centre Matt D'Arcy will arrive at Thomond Park on a short-term contract.
20 JunScarlets coach eyes top-four return
Scarlets' new set piece coach Ioan Cunningham has immediately set his sights on helping the Welsh region gatecrash the GUINNESS PRO12 top four.
19 JunGUINNESS 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.
19 JunConnacht Rugby signs Apirana Pewhairangi
Connacht Rugby has announced the signing of Ireland qualified Api Pewhairangi (23). Pewhairangi played rugby union as a youth in Manawatu but switched to rugby league at the age of 17, when he moved to Wellington's Te Aroha Eels. He has since played for Parramatta Eels and, most recently, NZ Warriors.
19 JunWilson satisfied with Cardiff Blues squad
New Cardiff Blues head coach Danny Wilson admits there won't be much time to add to his squad ahead of the start of the GUINNESS PRO12 season.
18 JunQuartet pen Glasgow deals
Glasgow Warriors are continuing to build for next season and have announced a quartet of new deals with prop Javan Sebastian, number 8 Jason Hill, flanker Will Bordill and stand-off Gregor Hunter all signing one-year partnership contracts.
18 JunPaterson: 'New breed' Russell reaping rewards of hard work
Finn Russell's spot atop the pecking order at fly-half for Vern Cotter's World Cup squad is entirely down to his own hard work, insists Scotland legend Chris Paterson.