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Mark van Gisbergen
Wednesday 8th June 19:20
Ambitious Top 14 new-boys Lyon have continued their summer recruitment by signing former England full-back Mark van Gisbergen.
Sunday 14th November 17:30
Mark Van Gisbergen's six penalties secured Wasps an 18-16 victory over Bath in the LV= Cup.
Sunday 3rd January 18:44
A determined Newcastle ground out a 12-6 victory over Wasps in their Guinness Premiership clash at Adams Park on Sunday.
Friday 6th March 11:23
Danny Cipriani has ended speculation over his future by signing a new deal at Wasps, along with 12 of his team-mates.
Sunday 10th December 16:45
Wasps demolished Treviso 55-0 at the Causeway Stadium.
Tuesday 31st October 13:30
Gloucester forward James Forrester will miss the autumn international period.
Sunday 9th April 16:00
Winger Tom Voyce scored a try either side of half time as Wasps beat Llanelli Scarlets 26-10 in the Powergen Cup final at Twickenham.
Thursday 15th December 23:30
After their Stradey Park nightmare, Wasps have recalled Mark van Gisbergen.
Friday 2nd December 17:00
Wasps have included Josh Lewsey and Tom Voyce for the visit of Saracens.
Thursday 24th November 17:50
Mark van Gisbergen starts for Wasps as they attempt to add to Newcastle's woes .
Sunday 30th October 17:00
Mark Van Gisbergen slotted a late penalty to earn Wasps a 15-15 draw with Toulouse.
Tuesday 25th October 14:33
Dewi Morris selects his highlights from the opening weekend of the Heineken Cup
Thursday 6th October 16:25
Andy Robinson promised an unpredictable new-look England team for World Cup 2007.
Sunday 25th September 18:56
Mark van Gisbergen has received yet more praise for his display against Worcester.
Tuesday 20th September 12:00
Stuart watched high-flying Bristol come a cropper against Gloucester.
Monday 19th September 09:33
Mark van Gisbergen has been tipped for England by Wasps coach Shaun Edwards.
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