Morgan Parra

Six Nations: France scrum-half Morgan Parra banned for Scotland game
Thursday 27th February 15:43

France scrum-half Morgan Parra has been ruled out of next week's Six Nations clash with Scotland after the French League (LNR) suspended him for two games.

Morgan Parra a doubt for Six Nations with serious knee injury
Monday 25th November 21:58

Morgan Parra's participation in the Six Nations is in question after he injured his knee against South Africa on Saturday.

Six Nations: France ring the changes as Francois Trinh-Duc is recalled for England
Thursday 21st February 09:42

France head coach Phillipe Saint-Andre has brought back Francois Trinh-Duc at fly-half for the crucial Six Nations game with England at Twickenham on Saturday.

France coach Philippe Saint Andre makes three changes for Samoa
Thursday 22nd November 10:47

Morgan Parra will start at scrum-half for France when they face Samoa at the Stade de France on Saturday after head coach Philippe Saint Andre made three changes to the side that beat Argentina.

Six Nations XV
Monday 7th February 10:36 names its team of the weekend from the opening round of Six Nations games

Clermont seal new Parra deal
Wednesday 1st December 10:53

Clermont scrum-half Morgan Parra has agreed a new three-year contract to remain at the Top 14 outfit.

Wallabies run riot in Paris
Saturday 27th November 21:44

Drew Mitchell scored a hat-trick as Australia overwhelmed France in the second half for a 59-16 win.

Sarries suffer at Clermont
Saturday 9th October 19:10

Saracens crashed to a 25-10 defeat at the hands of Clermont Auvergne in their Heineken Cup opener in Clermont-Ferrand on Saturday.

Elissalde close to recall
Monday 18th January 10:42

Toulouse scrum-half Jean-Baptiste Elissalde is set for a recall to the France squad for the RBS Six Nations.

Bourgoin end Warriors' challenge
Saturday 2nd May 14:31

Bourgoin reached the European Challenge Cup final with a 22-11 victory over Worcester in the last four.


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