Wednesday Evening Round Up

Wednesday Evening Round Up

Toulon prop Manasa Saulo has signed a two-year deal with Championship side London Irish. (Full story)

Union Bordeaux Begles vs RC Toulon : News Photo

Dwayne Sweeney returns to Waikato for 2017 Mitre 10 Cup (Full story)

Connacht Rugby and the IRFU have announced that JP Cooney, Shane Delahunt, Steve Crosbie and Tom Farrell have all signed new contracts for the 2017/18 season. (Full Story)

Wasps v Connacht Rugby - European Rugby Champions Cup : News Photo

Ian Ritchie, Chief Executive of the RFU, has today informed the RFU Board of Directors, management and staff that he will retire at the end of the summer. (Full Story)

Sublime offload from Louis Picamoles

CA Brive has announced the signings of Félix Le Bourhis, Julien Brugnaut, James Johnston and Na'ama Leleimalefaga. (Full Story)

Toulouse v Racing 92 - Test match : News Photo

Sam Warburton will miss Cardiff Blues' European Champions Cup semi-final qualifier against Stade Francais on Friday due to a knee injury. (Full Story)

British and Irish Lions Training and Press Conference : News Photo

Charles Piutau ruled out of Barbarians tour following his ankle surgery. (Full Ulster Injury Report)

Ulster v Leinster - Guinness PRO12 Round 22 : News Photo

Top performing South Africans in France

With the mass influx of South Africans players to France, we have a look at what a Springbok team would look like if we picked the in-form players solely from the European Nation. (Full Story)

Simon Berghan pens new a two-year deal with Edinburgh (Full story)

Edinburgh Rugby v Timisoara Saracens - European Rugby Challenge Cup : News Photo

Rotherham Titans have announced the signing of hooker Jonny Murphy from Ulster Rugby. (Full story)

Guinness Pro12 - Ulster Rugby v Scarlets : News Photo

Watch: Hilarious Celebration From The Jed-Forest Sevens. Click here to view the video


London Scottish have revealed that Chris Walker will re-join the club ahead of the 2017/18 season. (Full Story)


Michael Cheika discusses the return of Will Genia and Kurtley Beale in June

The All Blacks & Japan confirm 2018 clash, Hayden Triggs confirms retirement, Duhan van der Merwe joins Edinburgh & more here

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