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Wednesday 27th March 16:45
London Welsh chief executive Tony Copsey has not yet ruled out taking their fight for justice to the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
London Welsh coach Lyn Jones is hopeful of a positive outcome when the club appeals a five-point deduction
Thursday 21st March 07:22
London Welsh head coach Lyn Jones remains hopeful of a positive outcome when the club appeals their five-point deduction in London today.
Tuesday 19th March 17:33
London Welsh's appeal against a points deduction will be heard by a three-man committee in London on Thursday.
Tuesday 26th February 17:28
London Welsh have been charged with fielding an ineligible player in a number of Aviva Premiership matches this season.
Monday 9th May 09:38
Tyson Keats has been banned for four weeks after being found guilty of dangerous play in Friday's defeat to the Blues.
Thursday 24th March 15:21
Tyson Keats has confirmed he is to head to the Magners League next season after admitting defeat in his bid to play for New Zealand.
While Europe were busy demolishing the USA in the Ryder Cup, there was rugby from all four corners of the globe to get stuck into over the weekend.
South Africa should have the better of Australia up front but they must not allow the backs any time or space, says Thinus Delport.
There was loads of great rugby to enjoy over the weekend including some PRO12 upsets and some controversial refereeing.
Read the thoughts and opinions of Phil Edwards with skysports.com