Lee Thomas

Aviva Premiership: Wasps centre Lee Thomas retires because of injury
Tuesday 16th July 11:11

Wasps centre Lee Thomas has been forced to retire because of the serious Achilles injury he suffered last season.

Lee Thomas will not play for Wasps again this season after being injured in the defeat at Exeter
Thursday 6th December 14:38

Wasps centre Lee Thomas has been ruled out for the remainder of the season with a ruptured Achilles tendon.

Thomas set for shock switch
Monday 14th June 09:28

Big-spending Lyon have announced their intentions to push for promotion to the Top 14 with the signings of Luke Abraham and Lee Thomas.

Sale v Bath: Teams
Thursday 23rd October 11:08

Sale Sharks will be without centre Lee Thomas when they host Bath in the EDF Energy Cup clash on Friday night.

Sale centre sidelined
Tuesday 14th October 10:01

Sale centre Lee Thomas is set to be out of action until the new year after dislocating his shoulder in the win over Clermont.

Lengthy ban for Thomas
Wednesday 23rd April 06:55

Sale Sharks fly-half Lee Thomas has been banned for 14 weeks by the Rugby Football Union after being found guilty of striking an opponent.

Blues up and running
Friday 26th October 20:55

Cardiff Blues got their EDF Energy Cup campaign up and running with an emphatic 32-15 victory over Sale.

Larrechea boosts Sale
Friday 24th November 21:45

Daniel Larrechea inspired Sale Sharks to a 17-12 victory against Harlequins.

Features

The Off Load: The best and worst from the world of rugby

The Off Load: The best and worst from the world of rugby

Trouble is brewing in Toulouse as Clermont Auvergne inflict another loss on the giants of French rugby.

Stuart Lancaster underlines the importance of pride as England Rugby launch new kit

Stuart Lancaster underlines the importance of pride as England Rugby launch new kit

Heritage and passion are very much at the heart of Stuart Lancaster’s coaching philosophy and the England head coach has once again underlined the significance of the Red Rose.

Thinus Delport, Sean Fitzpatrick, Michael Lynagh and Gonzalo Camacho react to the Rugby Championship

Thinus Delport, Sean Fitzpatrick, Michael Lynagh and Gonzalo Camacho react to the Rugby Championship

New Zealand remain top of the Rugby Championship after beating South Africa 14-10 in Wellington on Saturday.

Experts & Blogs

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