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Tuesday 14th February 10:37
Samoa international David Lemi will leave Glasgow Warriors to join Aviva Premiership outfit Worcester next season.
Sunday 7th March 18:35
Wasps closed in on the Guinness Premiership's top four with a 24-19 victory over Gloucester at Adams Park on Sunday.
Sunday 7th March 18:17
Wasps director of rugby Tony Hanks was not getting carried away with his side's return to form in the win over Gloucester.
Tuesday 5th May 22:46
Harlequins flanker Chris Robshaw has been named Guinness Premiership player of the season.
Thursday 23rd April 17:29
Former England scrum-half Shaun Perry is to leave National League-bound Bristol at the end of the season.
Tuesday 13th January 19:36
Bristol's David Lemi has been handed a two-week ban by the Rugby Football Union's disciplinary panel.
Saturday 1st November 17:22
A Saints bonus point has knocked Saracens out of the EDF Energy Cup despite narrowly beating Bristol 24-22 on Saturday.
Sunday 16th December 16:49
Bristol moved joint top of Pool Three of the Heineken Cup after a 20-7 victory over Harlequins at the Memorial Ground.
Sunday 21st October 17:42
Bristol enjoyed a comfortable 39-13 victory over newly-promoted Leeds Carnegie at the Memorial Stadium on Sunday.
Saturday 6th October 17:33
Steve So'oialo scored two tries on his return from the World Cup, as Harlequins overcame Bristol 24-18
Sunday 15th October 17:27
Bristol continue to defy their critics by topping the Guinness Premiership table.
Friday 15th September 11:30
Bristol came from behind to beat London Irish 23-11 at the Madejski Stadium.
Wednesday 25th January 15:43
Richard Hill has received a big boost with the news that five players have signed new deals.
Friday 18th November 22:01
Worcester Warriors saw off a spirited Bristol side to win 24-15 at Sixways.
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NSW Waratahs pipped Crusaders to the title in a thrilling Super Rugby 2014 final.
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