Rugby Union news
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Scrum-half Rhys Webb and lock Luke Charteris may be fit for Wales to face Scotland in the Six Nations says coach Robin McBryde.
Captain Kelly Brown wants to see Scotland reduce their penalty count in the Six Nations encounter away to Wales.
England coach Stuart Lancaster is likely to name an unchanged team for the decisive Six Nations meeting with Italy on Saturday.
Wales' record try-scorer Shane Williams expects coach Warren Gatland to make changes after losing to England.
Saracens alter a video posted by Ulster Rugby which features Irish legend Willie John McBride.
Scotland can finish their Six Nations campaign on a high with victory in Wales, according to injured lock Al Kellock.
Former England prop Trevor Woodman returns to Gloucester to take on the role of scrum coach, replacing Tony Windo.
Exeter Chiefs lock James Hanks is set to miss the rest of the season after suffering a neck injury on Sunday at Bath.
Scotland can end a disappointing Six Nations on a high with a win in Wales, says ex-Scots coach Jim Telfer.
Wales full-back Leigh Halfpenny is out for the season with a dislocated shoulder and Rhys Webb is a doubt to face Scotland.
Scotland's Johnnie Beattie and Sean Lamont will miss the Six Nations match against Wales on Saturday because of injury.
Plymouth Albion sign London Scottish hooker Ted Stagg for next season, with Gareth Evans set to leave the club.
England coach Stuart Lancaster says his team had "the courage of their convictions" in the 29-18 win over Wales.
Wales coach Warren Gatland ponders changes and Clive Woodward says Rhys Webb and Rhys Priestland were 'poor' at Twickenham.
Tommy Bowe will not be involved in Ireland's Six Nations finale against France after being released back to Ulster.
Wales coach Warren Gatland says Wales made too many mistakes as they lost to deserved winners England at Twickenham.
Coach Warren Gatland reveals Wales prop Gethin Jenkins opted not to return after his sin-bin in the defeat by England.
Scotland fly-half Duncan Weir signs a two-year contract extension to stay with Glasgow Warriors.
Izak van der Westhuizen cites family reasons as the lock decides to leave Edinburgh for Eastern Province Kings.
England head coach Stuart Lancaster says he is now 'haunted' by Gael Fickou's late match-winning try for France on the opening week of the Six Nations.
BBC Sport takes a look at the hits and misses from the fourth weekend of the 2014 Six Nations Championship.
Tries from Danny Care and Luther Burrell help England win a first Triple Crown in 11 years with a 29-18 win over Wales.
England coach Stuart Lancaster is delighted with the way his side played after they beat Wales 29-18 to win their first Triple Crown in 11 years.
England women keep alive their hopes of winning the Six Nations with a 35-3 win over Wales at the Twickenham Stoop.
Pundits Jonathan Davies, Lyn Jones, Robert Jones and Gareth Llewellyn give their verdict on Wales' Six Nations defeat by England.
A late penalty from Jean Marc Doussain gives France a narrow 19-17 victory against Scotland in the 2014 Six Nations at Murrayfield.
Watch highlights as Brian O'Driscoll inspires Ireland to a 46-7 victory over Italy in their penultimate 2014 Six Nations clash.
Brian O'Driscoll bids an emotional farewell to the Ireland fans after playing his final match on home soil.
Ireland's 46-7 win over Italy pleases coach Joe Schmidt, who hails the "world class" Brian O'Driscoll on his last international appearance on home soil.
Bath captain Stuart Hooper speaks to BBC Bristol after Sunday's 22-19 defeat by Exeter in the LV= Cup semi-final at The Rec.
BBC Sport looks back at another 10 of the greatest tries from the Five and Six Nations with just two weekends remaining of the 2014 competition.
BBC Sport looks back at Brian O'Driscoll's finest moments in Dublin, as he prepares for his final home appearance for Ireland.
BBC Sport's Jonathan Davies catches up with Wales star George North ahead of their crunch match against England in the 2014 Six Nations.
Lord of the Rings star Elijah Wood reads Dylan Thomas's poem To Others Than You as BBC Sport looks ahead to Sunday's Six Nations showdown between England and Wales.
Who makes BBC expert Jonathan Davies's Team of the Week after the fourth round of the Six Nations?
Former Scotland scrum-half Mike Blair thinks France capitalised on indiscipline and an under-utilised Scots bench
Naive Scotland have only themselves to blame for failing to beat a poor France side, says BBC Sport's Ben Dirs
Barbados will play in the rugby sevens competition after Nigeria withdrew last month
BBC Sport will bring you comprehensive coverage of the Six Nations in February and March
While England's star seems on the rise, BBC Sport's Tom Fordyce wonders if a poor Six Nations hints at a deeper Wales malaise
Dorset Dockers rugby club set a new British points record by defeating Dorchester Seconds 212-0.