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01 OctBurleigh: Edinburgh are toughening up
Phil Burleigh insists Edinburgh have shown signs of the added physicality required to propel them up the GUINNESS PRO12 table as Ulster lie in wait on Friday.
01 OctMunster's Earls set for spell on the sidelines
Head coach Anthony Foley revealed Munster will have to make do without Keith Earls for some time as the versatile back nurses a knee injury.
01 OctOspreys not about to risk Tipuric
Ospreys forwards coach Chris Gibbes insists Justin Tipuric will be rested for Friday night's trip to Zebre in the GUINNESS PRO12.
30 SepEvans: Dragons win is a weight off our shoulders
With a GUINNESS PRO12 win finally under their belts Newport Gwent Dragons can breathe a sigh of relief, according to scrum-half Jonathan Evans.
30 SepArgentina ace Amorosino to join Blues
Cardiff Blues are delighted to confirm the signing of Argentina international Lucas González Amorosino.
30 SepPreview: Scarlets v Newport Gwent Dragons
Scarlets have already recorded two drawn games this season, at home to Ulster in round 1 and against Edinburgh last Friday.
30 SepPreview: Benetton Treviso v Glasgow Warriors
Benetton Treviso have slipped to seven straight defeats in the Guinness PRO12 since beating Newport Gwent Dragons at home on 12th April.
30 SepPreview: Leinster v Munster
All four of Leinster's Guinness PRO12 matches this season have been won by the home side on the day, whilst they have a perfect played 13, won 13 record at Lansdowne Road/Aviva Stadium in the history of the PRO12.
30 SepPreview: Zebre v Ospreys
Zebre ended a run of four successive Guinness PRO12 defeats with their 13-6 win at home to Ulster on Saturday.
30 SepPreview: Ulster v Edinburgh
Ulster suffered a first defeat of their Guinness PRO12 campaign against Zebre in Parma on Saturday.
30 SepPreview: Connacht v Cardiff Blues
Connacht lost their 100% Guinness PRO12 winning record with their defeat at Glasgow on Friday evening.
30 SepPavanello plotting bright future for Benetton Treviso
Benetton Treviso skipper Antonio Pavanello can envisage a not-too-distant future in which the Italian side are feared throughout the GUINNESS PRO12.
30 SepMcGrath has one eye on Ireland No.1 spot
Jack McGrath knows a place in Ireland's side for the autumn internationals is by no means guaranteed, despite the absence of Leinster team-mate Cian Healy through injury.
30 SepHassler gets three-year deal
Ospreys Rugby are delighted to announce that Jeff Hassler has signed a new three-year deal that keeps him at the Liberty Stadium until at least the end of the 2016/17 season.
29 SepJones happy with Dragons' progress
Newport Gwent Dragons director of rugby Lyn Jones believes his side are on the right track after they picked up their first GUINNESS PRO12 win of the season over Benetton Treviso.
29 SepAshe glowing after first Warriors start
Glasgow Warriors back row Adam Ashe insisted the wait had been worth it after he made his first start for the club in their GUINNESS PRO12 win over Connacht.
29 SepThe best of the GUINNESS PRO12: Round Four
What were your highlights of the fourth round of action of the 2014-15 GUINNESS PRO12 season?
29 SepDoak: 14-man Ulster could not seize control
Assistant coach Neil Doak admits a red card was no excuse for his side's performance after Plan B failed for 14-man Ulster in defeat to Zebre.
28 SepBiggar delights in Webb partnership for Ospreys
Dan Biggar believes his growing understanding with half-back partner Rhys Webb has helped Ospreys secure an unbeaten start to the GUINNESS PRO12 season after victory over Munster at Thomond Park.
28 SepAmos at the double in Newport win
Two quickfire scores from Hallam Amos finally kick-started Newport Gwent Dragons season, as the Welsh region picked up their first GUINNESS PRO12 win of the campaign defeating Benetton Treviso 33-15.
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