The 2016/17 Guinness PRO12 final is set to take place in Dublin at the Aviva Stadium as the league finale moves to another of rugby's iconic arenas.
Reigning champions Connacht will launch the defence of their Guinness PRO12 title against Glasgow Warriors.
Champions Cup holders Saracens have been drawn against Toulon while Bath will meet Bristol in the Challenge Cup.
Wales and Newport Gwent Dragons forward Andrew Coombs has announced his retirement from rugby due to injury.
Kingsley Jones to continue as coach of Newport Gwent Dragons after Pro12 club dispensed with director of rugby role.
We put the best in the Guinness PRO12 up against the best in the Aviva Premiership in our head-to-head teams of the season.
Watch all the highlights from a dramatic final round in the Guinness PRO12 as Leinster and Connacht booked home semi-finals.
Zebre hammered Newport Gwent Dragons 47-22 in Parma to qualify for next season's European Champions Cup.
Leinster will take on Ulster and Connacht will host Glasgow in the Guinness PRO12 play-offs, live on Sky Sports.
All the team news ahead of the last round of regular-season fixtures in the Guinness PRO12.
Scarlets grabbed a try bonus point to do the double over Newport Gwent Dragons with a 34-20 victory.
Scott Williams returns from injury at Judgement Day as the Scarlets face the Dragons and Cardiff Blues tackle the Ospreys.
Catch up on all the highlights from an exciting penultimate round of Guinness PRO12 action.
There is a seven-six split between the hemispheres in our team of the week, with Saracens leading the way.
Stuart Barnes talks about the form teams making European finals and an unusually bad day for referee Nigel Owens.
Montpellier set-up a Challenge Cup decider with Harlequins next month after a 22-12 win over the Dragons.
The Dragons travel to Altrad Stadium to face Montpellier in Saturday's Challenge Cup semi-final, live on Sky Sports.
Newport Gwent Dragons have announced the immediate departure of director of rugby Lyn Jones.
Cardiff Blues kept their European hopes alive with a comfortable 28-8 Guinness PRO12 win over Dragons at the Arms Park.
Cardiff have recalled Wales international Kristian Dacey and Jarrad Hoeata for Sunday's PRO12 clash with the Dragons.