Aviva Premiership

Exeter kick off in Wales

Exeter kick off in Wales

Exeter Chiefs will begin their defence of the LV= Cup with a trip to Wales to face Newport Gwent Dragons.

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Exiles sign second row Down

Exiles sign second row Down

London Welsh continue their squad overhaul by making Cardiff Blues lock James Down their 24th new arrival of the summer.

Lund returns to Sale

Lund returns to Sale

Sale Sharks have re-signed forward Magnus Lund from French club Biarritz.

Tainton joins Irish staff

Tainton joins Irish staff

London Irish have announced the recruitment of former Ireland assistant coach Mark Tainton for the 2014/15 season.

Thompson coup for Falcons

Thompson coup for Falcons

Newcastle have bolstered their pack with the signing of experienced Samoa international Kane Thompson.

Hooper stays as Bath captain

Hooper stays as Bath captain

Bath have re-appointed Stuart Hooper as captain for the 2014-15 Aviva Premiership season.

Experts & Blogs

Stuart Barnes

Streak slips away

New Zealand fell short of an historic record but England Women had plenty to smile about, says Stuart Barnes.

Aviva Premiership Round-up


Forthcoming Super League Fixtures
TimeFixture
Super League
Thursday 28th August
20:00Warrington vs Huddersfield
Friday 29th August
20:00Widnes vs Wigan
20:00Hull vs Hull K R
20:00Leeds vs St Helens
Saturday 30th August
18:00Catalan Dragons vs London Broncos
Sunday 31st August
15:00Wakefield vs Salford
15:30Castleford vs Bradford
Thursday 4th September
20:00St Helens vs Warrington
Friday 5th September
20:00Wigan vs Leeds
Sunday 7th September
15:00Salford vs London Broncos

Super League Top 6

Super League Table - August 17 2014
Pos Team P Pts
1 St Helens 24 36
2 Wigan Warriors 24 33
3 Leeds Rhinos 24 32
4 Warrington Wolves 24 32
5 Castleford Tigers 24 32
6 Huddersfield Giants 24 32

Features

Good Week/Bad Week: We take a look at the winners and losers from the last seven days

Good Week/Bad Week: We take a look at the winners and losers from the last seven days

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.

Michael Lynagh and Nick Evans pay tribute to the Waratahs as they win their first Super Rugby title

Michael Lynagh and Nick Evans pay tribute to the Waratahs as they win their first Super Rugby title

A last-minute penalty from fly-half Bernard Foley gave the Waratahs a 33-32 win against the Crusaders who played their part in a scintillating final.

Super Rugby 2014: Top 10 tries

Super Rugby 2014: Top 10 tries

NSW Waratahs pipped Crusaders to the title in a thrilling Super Rugby 2014 final.

Experts & Blogs

Phil Edwards

Phil Edwards

Read the thoughts and opinions of Phil Edwards with skysports.com