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Rugby Union news

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

No 'free ride' for overseas players

Newport Gwent Dragons chief Gareth Davies hopes new dual contracts will aim to secure rising talent rather than bringing stars home.

WRU and regions sign new £60m deal

After a lengthy dispute, the WRU and the four Welsh rugby regions sign a deal aimed at keeping star players in Wales.

Cole and Vunipola absent for England

England will be without injured props Dan Cole and Mako Vunipola for the November internationals at Twickenham.

Bristol's Hobson retires from rugby

Bristol prop Jason Hobson, 31, announces his retirement from rugby with immediate effect following medical advice.

Smith promises silverware fight

London Irish boss Brian Smith vows his side will mount a serious challenge for silverware this season.

Burnell defends London Welsh signings

London Welsh head coach Justin Burnell defends the number of signings the Premiership newcomers have made.

Burgess to play at centre for Bath

Incoming Bath signing Sam Burgess is to play at centre after he completes his switch to rugby union from league.

Saints to 'go after' European Cup

Northampton prop Alex Corbisiero says the new European Rugby Champions Cup will be a priority for Saints.

Nowell to miss start of new season

England and Exeter winger Jack Nowell is set to miss the start of the Premiership season as he recovers from knee surgery.

England Women's Sevens turn pro

England's top female rugby players will be paid for the first time as the Women's Sevens squad turns professional.

Williams welcomes Welsh rugby deal

Welsh Rugby Players' Association chief Rhys Williams says it is "high time" the WRU and the regions settled their differences.

Bath camp 'worthwhile' for Wigan

Wigan coach Shaun Wane believes a mid-season training camp with rugby union side Bath was beneficial to both clubs.

VIDEO: Adam Jones's quickfire confessions

Adam Jones names his toughest opponent, most admired sportsman and least appealing room-mate in our quickfire questions.

VIDEO: Thomas's quickfire confessions

Welsh cyclist Geraint Thomas reveals which films bring a tear to his eye when he talks to BBC Sport Wales TV.

VIDEO: New Zealand to be based at Darlington

Rugby World Cup champions New Zealand will use the Darlington Arena as one of their training bases for their title defence in England next year.

VIDEO: World Cup winner returns to work

England Women's Rugby World Cup winner and full-time plumber Marlie Packer tells BBC's Katherine Downes that it would be "a dream" to become a full-time professional.

AUDIO: Warriors promotion is expected - Lamb

Worcester Warriors fly-half Ryan Lamb tells BBC Hereford and Worcester they know they will be favourites to win promotion from the Championship this season.

VIDEO: Warburton plays flight attendant

Wales captain Sam Warburton keeps himself busy trying his hand as a flight attendant.

'World Cup memories stay forever'

Former players share their memories of past World Cup finals as England beat Canada 21-9 to lift the trophy in Paris.

French rugby with a Welsh accent

How are the four Wales players at Racing Metro settling into the chic French lifestyle of Paris?