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Martin Brundle explains the dilemmas organisers face in putting together the F1 calendar.
Samoa international David Lemi will leave Glasgow Warriors to join Aviva Premiership outfit Worcester next season.
Wasps closed in on the Guinness Premiership's top four with a 24-19 victory over Gloucester at Adams Park on Sunday.
Wasps director of rugby Tony Hanks was not getting carried away with his side's return to form in the win over Gloucester.
Harlequins flanker Chris Robshaw has been named Guinness Premiership player of the season.
Former England scrum-half Shaun Perry is to leave National League-bound Bristol at the end of the season.
Bristol's David Lemi has been handed a two-week ban by the Rugby Football Union's disciplinary panel.
A Saints bonus point has knocked Saracens out of the EDF Energy Cup despite narrowly beating Bristol 24-22 on Saturday.
Bristol moved joint top of Pool Three of the Heineken Cup after a 20-7 victory over Harlequins at the Memorial Ground.
Bristol enjoyed a comfortable 39-13 victory over newly-promoted Leeds Carnegie at the Memorial Stadium on Sunday.
Steve So'oialo scored two tries on his return from the World Cup, as Harlequins overcame Bristol 24-18
Bristol continue to defy their critics by topping the Guinness Premiership table.
Bristol came from behind to beat London Irish 23-11 at the Madejski Stadium.
Richard Hill has received a big boost with the news that five players have signed new deals.
Worcester Warriors saw off a spirited Bristol side to win 24-15 at Sixways.
We spoke to England captain Chris Robshaw as he reflected on the autumn internationals, looked ahead to next year's tour of New Zealand and also the long-term build-up to the 2015 World Cup.
The Heineken Cup returns in December with another jam-packed weekend of mouth-watering action - and if it is anything like round two, Sky Sports viewers will be in for a treat.
After Dubai I was left to feel frustrated and positive in equal measure. We certainly felt there were a couple of games there that were there for the taking that we should have closed out but we'll learn from those games and take it on to Port Elizabeth.
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