Rugby

Thornley going under knife

24 April 2014 6.01pm.

Wigan centre Iain Thornley is set to miss the rest of the season after being told he needs surgery to repair a torn pectoral muscle.

Kellock returns for cup decider

24 April 2014 12.01pm.

Captain Alastair Kellock has been named in the Glasgow side to play Edinburgh at Scotstoun Stadium on Saturday in the second leg of the 1872 Cup.

Laidlaw back for Edinburgh

24 April 2014 12.01pm.

Edinburgh will welcome back captain Greig Laidlaw to the starting line-up for this Saturday's 1872 Cup derby decider with Glasgow Warriors.

  • Reborn Caledonia Reds out to reclaim their role in Scottish rugby

    24 April 2014 11.36am.

    Sixteen years after the team was wound up, the Caledonia Reds will be reborn this Sunday at Duffus Park in Cupar with a view to reclaiming their role in Scottish Rugby.

  • Fury signs new Falcons deal

    24 April 2014 10.01am.

    Aviva Premiership club Newcastle have announced a new two-year contract for scrum-half Warren Fury.

  • Jackson to join Wasps

    23 April 2014 4.02pm.

    Wasps have announced the signing of Scotland international fly-half Ruaridh Jackson.

  • Lessons learned can help Glasgow take final step in Pro12

    23 April 2014 3.02pm.

    Fired-up Ally Kellock believes Glasgow are on the brink of ripping off their “nearly men” label and ready to take on the mantle of champions.

  • Powell pays tribute to Cas squad

    22 April 2014 8.00am.

    Castleford boss Daryl Powell paid tribute to his players as they moved up to second in the First Utility Super League with a crushing 40-6 victory over Warrington.

  • Castleford thrash Warrington

    21 April 2014 9.01pm.

    Castleford proved nigh-on unstoppable as they crushed a shell-shocked Warrington 40-6 to move up to second in the First Utility Super League.

  • Zebre 26 Edinburgh 13: Chris Fusaro wary despite Edinburgh falling to new low

    21 April 2014 1.01pm.

    Glasgow hero Chris Fusaro insisted Edinburgh can still wreck the Warriors’ Pro12 title dream, despite plunging to a new low.

  • Warriors duo pen new deals

    21 April 2014 1.00pm.

    Glasgow Warriors have tied down two more players on extended deals after persuading back-row pair Ryan Wilson and James Eddie to commit themselves to the Scotstoun outfit.

  • Highland 26 Glenrothes 12: Slow start prevents Glens from clinching RBS SRU Bowl

    21 April 2014 11.30am.

    It was less a lack of preparation than cup final nerves that probably cost Glenrothes their chance of winning the RBS SRU Bowl on finals day at Broadwood on Saturday.

  • Mallinder: We need to be better

    21 April 2014 12.00am.

    Northampton director of rugby Jim Mallinder admitted his players need to be better when they reach the Aviva Premiership play-offs after watching his side "switch off" and nearly throw away victory in their 36-21 win over London Irish.

  • Saints survive Irish scare

    20 April 2014 7.00pm.

    Northampton pulled seven points clear of third-placed Bath in the Aviva Premiership table after securing an edgy 36-21 win over London Irish at Franklin's Gardens.

  • Referee was consistent - Booth

    20 April 2014 9.01am.

    Bath first-team coach Toby Booth could afford to be philosophical about a bizarre yellow card handed out to George Ford after the fly-half returned to the action to conjure a late bonus-point try for Matt Banahan against Worcester.

  • Banahan try a Bath bonus

    19 April 2014 8.01pm.

    Bath left it until the 77th minute to claim the four-try bonus point that lifts them back into third place in the Aviva Premiership as they overcame Worcester at the Rec.

  • Edinburgh upset in Italy

    19 April 2014 6.00pm.

    Edinburgh's European Rugby Champions Cup hopes suffered a major blow as they suffered a surprise 26-13 defeat to Zebre in Italy.

  • Wane revels in stopping Saints

    19 April 2014 7.00am.

    Wigan coach Shaun Wane could not hide his delight after masterminding the first defeat of the year for arch rivals St Helens.

  • Refereeing frustrates Cockerill

    19 April 2014 7.00am.

    Leicester director of rugby Richard Cockerill complained of inconsistency among referees in the Aviva Premiership following Friday night's 24-20 defeat by Harlequins.

  • Brown wins it for Quins

    18 April 2014 11.00pm.

    Mike Brown's decisive try continued Harlequins' late charge for a place in the Aviva Premiership play-offs and ended Leicester's seven-match winning league run.

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