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Salary cap rise good for game

15 September 2014 6.04pm.

Increasing the Aviva Premiership's buying power will stop England's top stars heading overseas after Rugby World Cup 2015, according to club bosses.

Peacock makes Dream Team

15 September 2014 6.04pm.

Evergreen forward Jamie Peacock is included in the 2014 Super League Dream Team for a record-extending 10th time, alongside eight debutants.

New kit features VC design

15 September 2014 4.02pm.

England will wear symbols of the Victoria Cross for the first time this autumn after rubber grip areas inspired by the military medal were added to the national side's new kit.

  • Last-gasp penalty seals Dundee HSFP’s hard-earned win

    15 September 2014 10.39am.

    The last kick of the game in the BT National 1 clash at Riverside saw Dundee High Rugby snatch a win against Jed by 22-19, but they did it the hard way.

  • BT Caledonia League: Glenrothes run in six tries in victory at Ellon

    15 September 2014 10.31am.

    Glenrothes landed a second successive five- point haul when they returned from their BT Caledonia League Division 1 match at Ellon with a 41-9 win to their credit.

  • Cardiff 12 Glasgow 33: Kellock back in plans as Warriors banish Blues

    15 September 2014 10.30am.

    Warriors supremo Gregor Townsend was handed a massive double boost as he stepped up preparations for battle in Europe.

  • Young purrs after win over Saints

    15 September 2014 1.01am.

    Wasps director of rugby Dai Young declared his team are capable of mixing it with the Aviva Premiership's heavyweights following their 20-16 victory over Northampton.

  • Saints slip to Wasps defeat

    14 September 2014 5.46pm.

    Northampton's devastating start to their Aviva Premiership title defence is now a distant memory after they crashed to a 20-16 defeat against Wasps at Adams Park.

  • Wellens targets new era of success

    14 September 2014 3.01pm.

    St Helens captain Paul Wellens is hoping the end of the club's barren run can help spark another era of Super League success.

  • Cockerill praises Burns

    13 September 2014 11.01pm.

    Leicester's director of rugby Richard Cockerill has praised Freddie Burns, but stressed the fly-half needs to keep improving despite kicking 11 points as Leicester Tigers edged to a 24-20 win at Exeter.

  • Burns shines in Leicester win

    13 September 2014 9.46pm.

    Three Freddie Burns penalties, a conversion and a neat grubber kick through for an Anthony Allen try helped steer Leicester to a 24-20 victory over Exeter at Sandy Park.

  • Australia edge past Argentina

    13 September 2014 2.46pm.

    Australia survived a spirited Argentina fightback to claim their second win in the Rugby Championship with a 32-25 scoreline at Robina Stadium.

  • All Blacks grind out win

    13 September 2014 11.46am.

    New Zealand remain unbeaten in this year's Rugby Championship after edging to a 14-10 win over South Africa in Wellington to deny Jean de Villiers victory in his 100th Test.

  • O'Shea stunned by crushing defeat

    13 September 2014 7.46am.

    Harlequins director of rugby Conor O'Shea revealed that his players apologised to fans following Friday night's 39-0 capitulation to Saracens.

  • Brown proud of side despite loss

    13 September 2014 7.46am.

    St Helens coach Nathan Brown described it as "the best loss I've ever been involved in" after his 12-man team went down 17-16 in a thrilling Super League clash at his old club Huddersfield.

  • Hodgson stars in Saracens romp

    13 September 2014 12.01am.

    Saracens responded to Mike Brown's pre-match taunts by demolishing Harlequins in a highly-impressive Aviva Premiership vi ctory at Twickenham Stoop.

  • Saints open Shield door for Tigers

    13 September 2014 12.01am.

    St Helens were once more denied a chance to wrap up the League Leaders' Shield after going down to a 17-16 defeat in a nail-biting Super League clash at Huddersfield.

  • Faloon late show lifts Connacht

    12 September 2014 10.46pm.

    Connacht left it late against Edinburgh at Murrayfield but Willie Faloon's try made it two wins from two games in the Guinness PRO12.

  • Vickery hopes Lions don't change

    12 September 2014 5.01pm.

    Phil Vickery hopes the British and Irish Lions "transcend politics" and resist a name change if Scotland votes for independence next week.

  • Wane: Wigan deserved win

    12 September 2014 1.01pm.

    Wigan coach Shaun Wane believes his side will go into the Super League play-offs with momentum following their 24-20 victory over Warrington in an epic repeat of the 2013 Grand Final.

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