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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.
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