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31 MarBacchin: From Mogliano to BT Murrayfield via Benetton Treviso
From Italian Eccellenza to the international stage in less than seven months, Enrico Bacchin's season has undoubtedly been one of the most intense and yet rewarding of his young career, writes Enrico Borra.
31 MarRuane proud of Connacht's recent progress
Connacht CEO Willie Ruane is delighted with the club's progress this season and believes they are entering a new era of success in the GUINNESS PRO12.
31 MarLock Price to join Scarlets from Tigers
Scarlets can today confirm that lock Tom Price will join the region from Leicester Tigers ahead of the 2015-16 season.
31 MarWarriors sign Mike Blair
Glasgow Warriors have signed experienced scrum-half Mike Blair on a two-year contract.
31 MarHabberfield commits to Ospreys
Ospreys Rugby are delighted to announce that scrum half Tom Habberfield has become the latest player to sign a new deal with the region.
30 MarOnwards and upwards for Baker
Ospreys No.8 Dan Baker says he's rebounded from injury a better player than he was before, following a try-double in a dynamic performance against Zebre.
30 MarSolomons hails memorable victory for Edinburgh
Alan Solomons knows it was no small feat to end Scarlets' 15-month GUINNESS PRO12 unbeaten home run and believes his Edinburgh side have the ability to rise to any challenge.
30 MarConnacht forward pack boosted with new deals
Connacht Rugby and the IRFU are delighted to announce the contract extensions of forwards Andrew Browne and Jason Harris-Wright.
30 MarEarle extends contract to remain in West Wales
Scarlets can today confirm that South African lock George Earle has extended his contract with the region.
30 MarConnacht's Lam predicting tight finish in race for play-offs
Connacht head coach Pat Lam insists Saturday's defeat to Munster will not knock them off course as they look to cement their place in the GUINNESS PRO12 top six.
30 MarThe best of the GUINNESS PRO12: Round 18
What were your highlights of the 18th round of action of the 2014-15 GUINNESS PRO12 season?
30 MarVisser moving on after six years in capital
After six seasons with the capital club, Tim Visser will be leaving Edinburgh Rugby at the end of May.
29 MarJones: Treviso victory shows Dragons' resilience
Director of rugby Lyn Jones insists Newport Gwent Dragons are coming to the boil at exactly the right time in the GUINNESS PRO12, after securing their first-ever away win against Benetton Treviso.
29 MarDavies: Ospreys bonus-point win will prove vital
Ospreys fly-half Sam Davies believes his side's impressive bonus-point triumph over Zebre could make all the difference when the GUINNESS PRO12 reaches its regular season climax.
29 MarHidalgo-Clyne delighted with key Edinburgh triumph
Edinburgh scrum-half Sam Hidalgo-Clyne believes victory over Scarlets could well be the turning point in the race for the GUINNESS PRO12's top six.
28 MarPrydie stars as Dragons made to work hard for bonus-point win in Italy
Two tries from Tom Prydie helped earn Newport Gwent Dragons victory over Benetton Treviso although they were pushed all the way after a spirited second-half showing from the Italians.
28 MarBaker at the double as Ospreys dominate Zebre
Two tries from Dan Baker made sure Ospreys stay in touch at the top of the GUINNESS PRO12 table after a convincing home win against strugglers Zebre.
28 MarMunster maintain charge with dominant Connacht victory
Duncan Casey's second-half try proved to be the pivotal moment as Munster continued their hunt for a home semi-final with an emphatic GUINNESS PRO 12 victory over Connacht.
28 MarEdinburgh triumph to end Scarlets home record
Edinburgh leapfrogged the Scarlets in the GUINNESS PRO12 top six race and ended their opponents' impressive home record in the process as they triumphed in an arm-wrestle of a match.
28 MarKellock proud of spirited Glasgow Warriors display
Glasgow Warriors skipper Al Kellock believes his side produced a performance of heart and character as they scrapped to a 34-34 GUINNESS PRO12 draw with Leinster.