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10 Gary Gold: Bath director of rugby leaves Premiership club Bath director of rugby Gary Gold has left the Premiership club. The 46-year-old South African took over at the Rec in May 2012, replacing Sir Ian McGeechan.
Tom Williams, the player at the centre of the scandal, returned to haunt Richards, finishing a fine Quins move. Phil Godman narrowed the half-time gap to 13-6 but Quins winger Sam Smith crossed seconds after the restart. Danny Care's finish and Smith'
Scott Lawson's wife was due to give birth to their fourth child on Sunday but in the absence of any movement on that front, the Scotland hooker was getting down and dirty at the coal-face, helping Newcastle Falcons to their first home win since their
Suggested Topics Worcester slumped to their 10th successive Aviva Premiership defeat stretching back more than seven months as Newcastle sunk them 16-11 at Sixways. Former Scotland captain and scrum-half Mike Blair sent Newcastle on their way with an
Suggested Topics Dean Richards cut a disconsolate figure in the press room after the final whistle. His Newcastle Falcons made a flying start yesterday and very nearly summoned a flying finish, too. Ultimately, though, with replacement lock Sean
Maximising the destructive qualities of Manu Tuilagi was the memo Leicester's inside centre Dan Bowden gave himself for Saturday's 31-6 win over Newcastle Falcons at Welford Road...I thought it went well, said Bowden, having seen his midfield
Newcastle Falcons centre Tane Tu'ipulotu forced to retire Newcastle Falcons centre Tane Tu'ipulotu has been forced to retire with a knee injury. The 32-year-old Tongan helped the Falcons to promotion back to the Premiership last season in his second
England fly-half named as Leicester Tigers captain Leicester Tigers have confirmed Toby Flood will remain as captain next season, with Anthony Allen and Louis Deacon appointed as vice-captains. The 28-year-old England international led the Tigers to
Newcastle Falcons sign France prop "I'm delighted to be back playing in the Premiership," he added. Loose-head prop Montanella, who has also played for Stade Francais in his home country, won his only cap for France during their summer tour of New
Scotland and Newcastle scrum-half retires Scotland and Newcastle Falcons scrum-half Rory Lawson has retired from professional rugby union on medical advice, with a chronic wrist injury. The 32-year-old, who made 31 appearances for and captained the