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Friday 30th May 08:52
Mark Regan could be making his final appearance at Twickenham when he leads the Barbarians out against England this weekend.
Wednesday 5th March 09:13
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.
Sunday 24th February 13:27
England hooker Mark Regan made no apologies for 'getting under the skin' of the French side on Saturday night.
Saturday 26th January 18:52
England are sweating on an injury to hooker Mark Regan sustained at Worcester.
Sunday 16th December 19:01
Bristol coach Richard Hill is facing more injury problems after their Heineken Cup win over Harlequins.
Tuesday 4th December 18:21
Bristol have "sanctioned" Mark Regan for captaining the Barbarians at the weekend.
Thursday 29th November 13:45
Miles Harrison looks ahead to the Barbarians v South Africa, a game that could be Jason Robinson's last.
Wednesday 28th November 07:47
Mark Regan is to ignore his club Bristol and lead the Barbarians against World Cup-winners South Africa.
Tuesday 27th November 09:06
The Barbarians have seen their preparations thrown into disarray after Andrew Sheridan and Mark Regan were banned from playing.
Tuesday 20th November 14:01
Impressed by Wasps, Toulouse, Bristol and Nick Kennedy, Dewi Morris selects his Heineken Cup picks.
Friday 17th August 12:33
Mark Regan will start against France in Marseille on Saturday after George Chuter sprained his knee.
Friday 24th November 21:30
Jason Strange's late drop goal gave Bristol a 14-12 win over Gloucester.
Friday 4th November 22:00
Wasps came from 10-0 behind before eventually beating Bristol 21-16.
Thursday 15th September 09:23
Mark Regan is expected to miss the next six weeks with a broken thumb.
While Europe were busy demolishing the USA in the Ryder Cup, there was rugby from all four corners of the globe to get stuck into over the weekend.
South Africa should have the better of Australia up front but they must not allow the backs any time or space, says Thinus Delport.
There was loads of great rugby to enjoy over the weekend including some PRO12 upsets and some controversial refereeing.
Read the thoughts and opinions of Phil Edwards with skysports.com