Latest World Rankings: Wales equal their highest-ever ranking
Six Nations Grand Slam winners Wales are up to second place in the World Rugby Rankings for the first time since 28 September, 2015 following their 25-7 win over Ireland.
Scotland prop Bhatti signs for Edinburgh
Edinburgh have continued to strengthen their squad ahead of next season with the signing of Scotland international loosehead prop, Jamie Bhatti, on a two-year deal.
Wallabies announce World Cup warm-up against Samoa
Rugby Australia has confirmed the Wallabies will take on Manu Samoa in a farewell Test prior to the team’s departure for Japan at the new Bankwest Stadium in Paramatta on September 7.
Ultimate Rugby's Six Nations Awards
It's #GuinnessSixNations awards time! 🏅— Ultimate Rugby (@ultimaterugby) March 18, 2019
We have handed out awards for:
💥The Biggest Hit
🤦♂️ The Best Blooper
🦸♂️ The Unsung Hero
👶 Young POTY
🥇 Player of the Tournament.
& More 👇https://t.co/DH4o8hnnsC
After a cracking 2019 Six Nations, we hand out our individual awards from the 2019 edition of the competition that saw Wales win their third Grand Slam under Warren Gatland.
Harlequins Sign Los Pumas Duo
The Harlequins have announced the signing of Argentina international Loosehead Prop Santiago Garcia Botta for the 2019/20 season.
The Pumas front rower is the second Argentine to sign for the club today following Martin Landajo's signature.
South Africa faces mass exodus post World Cup - reports
A report in South Africa suggests that SA Rugby could see an unprecedented number of players leave their shores after the World Cup in Japan.
Afrikaans newspaper the Rapport has indicated that about 55 top players in the Republic are yet to sign deals with their Super Rugby franchises.
Wigan 'seeking clarification' over Edwards' intentions
Falcons sign USA star Peterson
American international second rower Greg Peterson will be a Newcastle Falcons player next season after signing a two-year deal with the Kingston Park club.
And rightly so! https://t.co/wCR3IP45ZK— Ultimate Rugby (@ultimaterugby) March 18, 2019