Charlie Mulchrone signs a short-term deal with Quins
The Harlequins announced that Charlie Mulchrone has signed a playing contract extension, which will keep him at the Club until the end of the Rugby World Cup in Japan, providing cover for Martin Landajo.
Following the conclusion of his playing contract, the scrum-half will immediately join the coaching staff as Harlequins Academy Transition Coach.
De Glanville signs senior contract with Bath Rugby
Tom de Glanville has joined the growing contingent of homegrown players in Bath Rugby’s first team squad, committing his long-term future to the Club by signing his first senior contract.
Phil Swainston re-signs for Harlequins
The Harlequins have announced that Phil Swainston has signed a contract extension with the Club. The tighthead Prop has made 23 appearances since joining Harlequins ahead of the 2017/18 season.
John Dobson names Western Province's Currie Cup squad
Western Province Head Coach John Dobson and his management team have confirmed their 36-man squad for the 2019 Currie Cup season. Western Province will face the Bulls, Golden Lions and Pumas at Newlands, with away games against the Griquas, Sharks and Free State Cheetahs.
Following the league phase of the competition which will see all seven teams play six games each, the top four will go through to the semifinals, with the final scheduled to be played on Saturday, September 7. Full squad
Crusaders grit it out against Jaguares to defend Super Rugby title
With some fine kicking from Richie Mo'unga, the Crusaders beat a resilient Jaguares side 19-3 to win a third straight Super Rugby title.
The Crusaders continued their dominance of Super Rugby as they overcame Jaguares 19-3 in Saturday's final in Christchurch to claim a third successive title. Full match report
Read sad to be leaving Crusaders after Super Rugby success
Kieran Read has acknowledged he will find it difficult to leave the Crusaders after helping the Canterbury side to the Super Rugby title.
New Zealand international Read has called time on his 12-year stint at the Crusaders, having agreed to join Japanese side Toyota Verblitz after this year's Rugby World Cup. Full story
Women's Super Series: France stun world champions New Zealand
An inspired performance by France saw them beat world champions New Zealand, leaving England as the only unbeaten team in the Women's Rugby Super Series 2019 after they edged a titanic battle with Canada on matchday three.
France caused the upset of the Women's Rugby Super Series 2019 so far with an impressive 25-16 defeat of world champions New Zealand in San Diego on Saturday. Full story
Women's Super Series: England beat Canada in San Diego
The Red Roses made it two wins from two at the Women’s Rugby Super Series after a 19-17 victory over Canada Women in San Diego.
After opening with a 38-5 victory over USA Women in round one, England faced a real physical test against Canada who came into the match off the back of a win over France – who themselves earlier in the day beat world number one ranked New Zealand in round three of the Super Series. Full match report
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