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Tuesday 29th October 11:56
Edinburgh and Scotland wing Tim Visser will miss the autumn internationals after he was ruled out for up to four months with a leg injury.
Saturday 15th June 20:06
Christian Wade has spoken of his shock and delight at being called up to join the British & Irish Lions in Australia.
Thursday 31st January 16:46
Tim Visser has defended the selection of the Scotland's New Zealand-born overseas star Sean Maitland.
Tuesday 16th October 16:03
Edinburgh will monitor the fitness of captain Greig Laidlaw and wing Tim Visser ahead of Sunday's Heineken Cup match at Munster.
Wednesday 16th May 12:25
Holland-born Edinburgh wing Tim Visser is one of five uncapped players included in Scotland's summer tour squad.
Monday 20th February 18:53
Tim Visser has signed a new deal with Edinburgh that keeps him at Murrayfield for another three years.
Thursday 16th June 20:05
Tim Visser tells skysports.com why he is philosophical about missing the World Cup.
Monday 2nd May 11:19
Only Ronan O'Gara has made it in to the Magners League Dream Team for table-topping Munster with Leinster making up a third of the side.
Friday 21st January 09:02
Free-scoring winger Tim Visser has agreed a new two-year deal to remain at Edinburgh.
Friday 20th August 13:44
Edinburgh's Tim Visser has been nominated for both the Magners League Players' Player and Young Player of the Season awards.
Wednesday 27th May 13:02
Edinburgh have continued their rebuilding process for next season with the signing of Tim Visser on a two-year deal from Newcastle.
Friday 22nd September 22:00
Tim Visser's third try in as many games could not prevent Newcastle losing.
So much can change in a week of sporting action and, sure enough, there have exhilarating highs and deflating lows aplenty over the past seven days.
A last-minute penalty from fly-half Bernard Foley gave the Waratahs a 33-32 win against the Crusaders who played their part in a scintillating final.
NSW Waratahs pipped Crusaders to the title in a thrilling Super Rugby 2014 final.
Read the thoughts and opinions of Phil Edwards with skysports.com