Rugby

Last-gasp goal seals Robins' win

17 April 2014 11.01pm.

Craig Hall won the 221st Humberside derby for Hull KR with a drop goal 46 seconds from time that earned his side a thrilling 21-20 First Utility Super League win over Hull FC.

Horne returns for Glasgow

17 April 2014 2.00pm.

Peter Horne will start his first game for Glasgow Warriors since the play-off defeat to Leinster last May when he lines up against Ulster at Scotstoun on Friday night.

Three Howe of Fife players selected for Scotland U20 training camp squad

17 April 2014 12.31pm.

Three Howe of Fife players have been named in the Scotland U20 squad for the first of three training camps next week, in preparation for the IRB Junior World Championship (JWC) in New Zealand in June.

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  • McDermott: Bulls can be great again

    17 April 2014 7.00am.

    Former Bradford prop Brian McDermott insists it will not be an insurmountable task for his old club to bring back the glory days.

  • Russell nets new Wolves deal

    16 April 2014 9.00pm.

    Scotland full-back Matthew Russell has been given a new four-year contract by Warrington, just six matches into his career.

  • Carter: England a World Cup threat

    16 April 2014 4.00pm.

    Stuart Lancaster has whipped England into genuine Rugby World Cup 2015 contenders, according to New Zealand fly-half Dan Carter.

  • Warriors duo extend Scotstoun stay

    16 April 2014 3.00pm.

    Glasgow Warriors flankers Rob Harley and Tyrone Holmes have both agreed new deals to prolong their stay at Scotstoun.

  • Fan sorry for hitting Burgess

    16 April 2014 1.03pm.

    A female fan has apologised to England forward Sam Burgess for attacking him with a stick.

  • Farrell fitness boost for Saracens

    15 April 2014 1.02pm.

    Saracens have allayed injury fears surrounding their England fly-half Owen Farrell.

  • Glasgow Warriors star looking forward to ‘absolutely massive’ showdown with Ulster

    15 April 2014 11.32am.

    Chris Cusiter has labelled Glasgow’s Pro12 title race showdown with Ulster “absolutely massive.”

  • Bulls agree new deal for Bridge

    15 April 2014 8.00am.

    Bradford have lost the services of Huddersfield's Ireland prop Anthony Mullally but agreed a new deal to keep Warrington forward Danny Bridge on loan for the rest of the season.

  • Chuter calls time on playing career

    14 April 2014 1.00pm.

    Leicester hooker George Chuter has announced his retirement with immediate effect following 13 years with the Tigers and four at Saracens.

  • Gloucester identify bottle culprit

    14 April 2014 11.01am.

    Gloucester have identified the individual who threw a plastic bottle at referee Tim Wigglesworth in Saturday's stormy west country derby against Bath as a schoolboy.

  • Bulls appeal to be heard soon

    14 April 2014 9.00am.

    Bradford Bulls' appeal against their points deduction will be heard "as soon as possible", the Rugby Football League has said.

  • Farrell faces anxious wait

    14 April 2014 7.00am.

    England fly-half Owen Farrell will discover in the coming days the severity of the foot injury that forced him off at half-time of Saracens' 28-24 Aviva Premiership victory over Northampton.

  • Saracens hold on to deny Saints

    13 April 2014 5.01pm.

    Saracens survived a late fightback from Northampton to land a psychological blow on their closest Aviva Premiership rivals ahead of the looming play-offs.

  • Whitehead delights Frayssinous

    13 April 2014 8.01am.

    Catalan Dragons coach Laurent Frayssinous hailed the performance of Elliott Whitehead in the 42-20 win over Widnes.

  • Bosses critical of chaotic derby

    13 April 2014 8.01am.

    Rival bosses Nigel Davies and Mike Ford pulled no punches in their assessment of a spiteful Aviva Premiership west country derby between Gloucester and Bath that descended into chaos at Kingsholm.

  • Glasgow power past Munster

    12 April 2014 10.00pm.

    Glasgow Warriors became the first Scottish team to win away at Munster in six years as they took the scalp of the Heineken Cup semi-finalists with a 22-5 victory at Thomond Park.

  • Catalan crush overwhelmed Widnes

    12 April 2014 7.01pm.

    Catalan Dragons maintained their mid-season return to form with a resounding 42-20 win over Widnes as Elliott Whitehead registered his first hat-trick for the club.

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