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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.
Christian Wade has spoken of his shock and delight at being called up to join the British & Irish Lions in Australia.
Tim Visser has defended the selection of the Scotland's New Zealand-born overseas star Sean Maitland.
Edinburgh will monitor the fitness of captain Greig Laidlaw and wing Tim Visser ahead of Sunday's Heineken Cup match at Munster.
Holland-born Edinburgh wing Tim Visser is one of five uncapped players included in Scotland's summer tour squad.
Tim Visser has signed a new deal with Edinburgh that keeps him at Murrayfield for another three years.
Tim Visser tells skysports.com why he is philosophical about missing the World Cup.
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.
Free-scoring winger Tim Visser has agreed a new two-year deal to remain at Edinburgh.
Edinburgh's Tim Visser has been nominated for both the Magners League Players' Player and Young Player of the Season awards.
Edinburgh have continued their rebuilding process for next season with the signing of Tim Visser on a two-year deal from Newcastle.
Tim Visser's third try in as many games could not prevent Newcastle losing.
It's been another incredible week of sport from Augusta to Anfield via Andalusia, but for every sporting hero there must be a villain.
The Heineken Cup has already thrown up some brutal encounters this season, and Sky Sports will be bringing you all the action from the semi-finals as Europe's finest take centre stage.
And then there were four!
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