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Wednesday 26th February 11:33
London Irish have signed England international forward Luke Narraway from Perpignan on a two-year deal.
Wednesday 8th June 14:57
England Saxons captain Luke Narraway will miss the rest of his side's Churchill Cup campaign with a back injury.
Saturday 28th May 09:57
Luke Narraway is determined to make up for lost time and force himself into World Cup contention against the Barbarians.
Wednesday 25th May 11:43
Glouceste's Luke Narraway has been named as the England XV captain for their clash with the Barbarians.
Monday 25th January 12:35
England star Luke Narraway has commited his future to Gloucester by signing a deal which will keep him at the club until June 2012.
Tuesday 10th February 12:36
Martin Johnson has brought Joe Worsley and Mike Tindall into England's starting XV to play Wales on Saturday.
Tuesday 13th January 15:26
Gloucester No.8 Luke Narraway believes a loss against Cardiff will end their hopes of a place in the Heineken Cup quarter-finals.
Saturday 13th December 17:18
Gloucester maintained their pursuit of Cardiff Blues in Pool Six with a bonus-point victory over Calvisano.
Wednesday 19th March 11:17
Gloucester number eight Luke Narraway has signed a two-year contract extension keeping him at Kingsholm until 2010.
Friday 25th January 15:18
Paul Hodgson, Luke Narraway and Michael Lipman are to stay with England's training squad in the build-up to the Six Nations opener.
Tuesday 22nd January 07:23
England and London Wasps are anxiously waiting news on the full extent of Paul Sackey's illness.
There was loads of great rugby to enjoy over the weekend including a masterclass from New Zealand!
Munster were last crowned PRO12 champions in 2011 and since then have seen their fierce rivals Leinster leading the way as far as the Irish teams are concerned.
So much can change in a week of sporting action and, sure enough, there have been plenty of highs and lows over the past seven days.
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