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Mark Regan could be making his final appearance at Twickenham when he leads the Barbarians out against England this weekend.
England hooker Lee Mears has been given the chance to make the No.2 jersey his own after receiving the backing of coach Brian Ashton.
England hooker Mark Regan made no apologies for 'getting under the skin' of the French side on Saturday night.
England are sweating on an injury to hooker Mark Regan sustained at Worcester.
Bristol coach Richard Hill is facing more injury problems after their Heineken Cup win over Harlequins.
Bristol have "sanctioned" Mark Regan for captaining the Barbarians at the weekend.
Miles Harrison looks ahead to the Barbarians v South Africa, a game that could be Jason Robinson's last.
Mark Regan is to ignore his club Bristol and lead the Barbarians against World Cup-winners South Africa.
The Barbarians have seen their preparations thrown into disarray after Andrew Sheridan and Mark Regan were banned from playing.
Impressed by Wasps, Toulouse, Bristol and Nick Kennedy, Dewi Morris selects his Heineken Cup picks.
Mark Regan will start against France in Marseille on Saturday after George Chuter sprained his knee.
Jason Strange's late drop goal gave Bristol a 14-12 win over Gloucester.
Wasps came from 10-0 behind before eventually beating Bristol 21-16.
Mark Regan is expected to miss the next six weeks with a broken thumb.
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The Heineken Cup is back with a bang.
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.
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