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Rugby Union news

Some of the latest Rugby Union news from different news agencies around the world on.

Burgess to be utility player at Bath

Sam Burgess will be tried in different positions by Bath after making the switch from rugby league to union.

Lydiate to return to Welsh rugby

Racing Metro announce Dan Lydiate is to return to Wales after reaching a mutual agreement with the French club.

Cooper and Genia to face Barbarians

Australia recall Quade Cooper and Will Genia for the game against the Barbarians on Saturday at Twickenham.

Burgess will succeed, says Robinson

Dual-code great Jason Robinson believes "there is no doubt" Bath-bound convert Sam Burgess "will play a massive part for England".

Cowan-Dickie not focused on England

Luke Cowan-Dickie says he is concentrating on playing well for Exeter before looking for a return to the England set-up.

Weepu does not regret Welsh move

New Zealand World Cup-winner Piri Weepu does not regret his move to London Welsh, despite eight successive losses.

Wales 'hopeful' on injured centre Davies

Wales forwards coach Robin McBryde is 'hopeful' centres Jonathan Davies, Scott Williams and Cory Allen will return to training soon.

I've never been so ill - Haskell

England international James Haskell hopes to face New Zealand after recovering from a virus that left him in hospital.

Still a chance for Jones - McBryde

Adam Jones's Wales career is not over, despite being left out of the latest squad, says forwards coach Robin McBryde.

Scarlets miss 18 players for Zebre

Scarlets will be without 18 players for their Pro12 match against Zebre on Saturday due to injuries and Wales call-ups.

Quins sign Swiel to cover Botica

Harlequins sign South African fly-half Tim Swiel on loan from Sharks to cover for the injured Ben Botica.

Scot Kellock to captain Barbarians

Glasgow Warriors and former Scotland captain Alastair Kellock will skipper the Barbarians against Australia on Saturday.

Saints expect teams to dismiss LV=

Northampton boss Jim Mallinder says some Premiership teams who will not use the LV= Cup to their advantage this season.

Leicester sign Titans centre Roberts

Leicester Tigers director of rugby Richard Cockerill signs centre Jack Roberts from Championship side Rotherham Titans.

Slade hoping to get England spot

Exeter's Henry Slade does not mind where he is picked to play as he hopes to make his full England debut.

England's Burrell likely to miss NZ

England centre Luther Burrell is unlikely to play against New Zealand on 8 November, says coach Stuart Lancaster.

Burke leaves Tigers coaching set-up

Leicester Tigers backs coach Paul Burke leaves the club after just over a year in the role, reports BBC Radio Leicester.

Taofifenua cited for kicking Olding

Toulon's Romain Taofifenua is cited for kicking Ulster's Stuart Olding during a European Champions Cup game.

Prop James to return to Ospreys

Wales prop Paul James will return to Ospreys next season from Premiership side Bath after signing a two-year deal.

VIDEO: Six famous rugby cross-code converts

Following Sam Burgess's move to rugby union side Bath from rugby league outfit South Sydney Rabbitohs, BBC Sport looks at six famous cross-code converts.

VIDEO: Robinson 'excited' by Burgess switch

Former dual-code England international Jason Robinson backs Sam Burgess to shine as he prepares to switch codes from rugby league to union.

VIDEO: Lydiate's moments of magic

A selection of Dan Lydiate's best moments during Wales' last Grand Slam-winning Six Nations season.

VIDEO: Two World Cup wins, 20 years apart

Members of England's two Women's Rugby World Cup winning sides give their take on becoming world champions in two very different eras.

VIDEO: Dangers of doping in rugby union

A year ago, rugby player Sam Chalmers' world collapsed after he admitted using prohibited substances.

AUDIO: Booth proud despite Toulouse defeat

Bath coach Toby Booth speaks to BBC Radio Bristol after Saturday's 21-19 defeat by Toulouse in the European Rugby Champions Cup.

AUDIO: Mallinder on Northampton v Ospreys

Northampton Saints director of rugby Jim Mallinder speaks to BBC Radio Northampton following the 34-6 win over Ospreys in the European Champions Cup.

VIDEO: Nowell excited by England recall

Exeter winger Jack Nowell says he is excited to be back in the England squad after knee surgery in the summer.

VIDEO: Rokoduguni form rewarded - Lancaster

England coach Stuart Lancaster says the inclusion of Semesa Rokoduguni in the squad for the autumn internationals reflects the Bath winger's form.

'You had to pay for your own shirt'

How England's 2014 Women's Rugby World Cup success highlights the changes in the game since the last win in 1994.

Rokoduguni ready to fly for England

Semesa Rokoduguni is electrifying for Bath and has the attributes to be the same for England, says BBC pundit Jeremy Guscott.

IRB fights to discourage drug cheats

Rugby's governing bodies are keen to discourage players tempted to bulk up their bodies by using prohibited substances.

Autumn Tests put spotlight on Cotter

The choices made by Scotland head coach Vern Cotter will come under scrutiny this autumn, writes Tom English.

Fijian soldier set for England duty

Having witnessed the horrors of war, Semesa Rokoduguni is making the most of rugby life as an England career beckons.

Toulon look to life after Wilkinson

European champions Toulon want to prove there is life after Jonny Wilkinson as they bid for a third straight title.

Guscott previews the Champions Cup

At the start of the new European Rugby Champions Cup, Jeremy Guscott explains why there will be humdingers from the off.

Meet sport's most influential woman you won't know

Rugby World Cup chief Debbie Jevans is not the 'boring, old, windy, male' sports administrator of old, writes Matt Slater.

Can Wasps create a buzz in Coventry?

Coventry has historically had a vibrant rugby culture - will the arrival of Wasps breathe new passion into the town?