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Thursday 6th December 16:45
Connacht head coach Eric Elwood has again been forced to call on his young guns for Friday's Heineken Cup clash at home to Biarritz.
Thursday 31st May 21:22
Biarritz scrum-half Dimitri Yachvili will be out for two to three months after undergoing surgery on his left knee, medical sources revealed.
Tuesday 15th November 07:05
Biarritz have confirmed France scrum-half Dimitri Yachvili will miss Saturday's Heineken Cup clash with Saracens.
Saturday 15th October 12:24
Dimitri Yachvili accepted France had been fortunate during their 9-8 World Cup semi-final win over Wales.
Wednesday 5th October 08:23
Scrum-half Dimitri Yachvili insists France have moved on from the debacle against Tonga.
Tuesday 22nd February 09:01
Sebastien Chabal comes in at number eight in one of four changes to France's starting line-up for Twickenham.
Saturday 15th January 17:41
Ulster scraped a dour Heineken Cup 9-6 victory over Biarritz in miserable conditions at Ravenhill.
Saturday 22nd May 18:43
David Skrela and Florian Fritz kicked Toulouse to their fourth Heineken Cup triumph with a 21-19 victory over Biarritz in Paris.
Saturday 19th December 17:54
Newport-Gwent Dragons coach Paul Turner admitted his team could have few complaints over their 26-8 defeat to Biarritz.
Saturday 28th June 13:09
Matt Giteau scored 19 points to guide Australia to a 34-13 first-Test victory over France in Sydney.
Sunday 22nd June 12:03
Matt Giteau is predicting a tough battle as Australia prepare to face France in a two-Test series Down Under.
Saturday 17th November 17:24
Biarritz sneaked a dramatic last-minute victory against Saracens with Dimitri Yachvili's penalty giving them a 22-21 success.
Saturday 10th November 15:51
Biarritz came from behind to secure a tough 19-11 opening victory against Viadana in Italy.
Sunday 1st April 14:45
Northampton Saints produced a sensational display to beat Biarritz 7-6.
Sunday 22nd October 17:00
Biarritz opened their Heineken Cup campaign with a 22-10 victory over Northampton.
So much can change in a week of sporting action and, sure enough, there have exhilarating highs and deflating lows aplenty over the past seven days.
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