Tuesday Evening Round Up

Tuesday Evening Round Up

Six Nations: Gatland welcomes back three Lions for Ireland clash

Lions trio Leigh Halfpenny, Dan Biggar & Liam Williams return to the starting XV in place of Josh Adams, Rhys Patchell & Gareth Anscombe.

Fly-half Dan Biggar, who missed the opening Six Nations games against Scotland and England due to a shoulder injury, replaces Rhys Patchell in the number 10 shirt.

Worcester Warriors capture scrum-half Heaney and hooker Miller

Worcester Warriors have announced the signings of Doncaster Knights scrum-half Michael Heaney and London Scottish hooker Isaac Miller ahead of the 2018/19 season.

The English-qualified pair, who have penned one-year deals, are the latest players to sign after it was confirmed earlier this month that Cornell du Preez, Ashley Beck and Callum Black will be making the move to Sixways this summer. Full story

Will Davis to join Northampton Saints next season

Northampton Saints have today confirmed that loosehead prop Will Davis will join the Club from Ealing Trailfinders at the end of the season.

Davis was part of the Ealing side that won promotion after topping the National One table back in 2014/15, and has since gone from strength to strength as the Trailfinders transformed into Championship title contenders. Full story

Jamba Ulengo ruled out for 2 months after operation

Bulls wing Jamba Ulengo will be sidelined for up to eight weeks after a minor operation, confirms sarugbymag.

Ulengo injured his knee in last year's Currie Cup and has since had chronic issues with his tendon.

Super Rugby try of the week

Lions winger Aphiwe Dyantyi scored a brilliant individual try in his team's 26-19 victory over the Sharks in Johannesburg.

Beale growing as a leader

A stint in England for Wasps has left the returning Beale with some invaluable experience.

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