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Gareth Delve is to leave the Melbourne Rebels this summer, with one of his final appearances likely to come against the British and Irish Lions.
The Melbourne Rebels have confirmed that former Australia captain Stirling Mortlock will lead the side in their inaugural season.
Gloucester captain Gareth Delve is set to join Danny Cipriani Down Under after agreeing terms with the Melbourne Rebels.
Cardiff Blues have confirmed that they have made an official offer to sign Wales No.8 Gareth Delve.
Wales No.8 Gareth Delve has admitted his international recall could see him turn his back on the chance to join Melbourne Rebels.
Gloucester captain Gareth Delve has been handed a recall to the Wales squad two years after his last appearance.
Gloucester captain Gareth Delve is adamant his team are still in with a chance of making the quarter-finals of the Heineken Cup.
Gareth Delve is determined to repay Gloucester fans for years of 'underachieving' with European glory.
Gloucester's Gareth Delve and London Irish's George Stowers have been banned.
Welsh stars who play outside Wales could jeopardise their international future under a new WRU ruling.
Gareth Delve's late try earned Gloucester a 13-11 win away against the Newport Dragons.
London Irish beat Guinness Premiership strugglers Bath 33-28 at the Rec.
Chris Malone scored two tries to help Bath overcome Worcester 36-18.
Bath's temporary coach Michael Foley believes Gareth Delve will star for Wales.
Bath have made one change as John Connolly asks for Bourgoin improvement.
The phoney war is now over, with the real conflict set to get underway at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on Saturday.
The British and Irish Lions suffered their first defeat to Australian provincial opposition in 42 years as they were shocked by the Brumbies.
The British and Irish Lions lost their first match on the 2013 tour after a disappointing 14-12 defeat to the Brumbies.
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