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Rugby Union news

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

Jones and Hook overlooked by Wales

Adam Jones and James Hook miss out on Wales' squad for the autumn Tests, but uncapped Ospreys prop Nicky Smith is included.

Tuilagi to miss New Zealand Test

Leicester's Manu Tuilagi is ruled out of England's opening autumn international after the recurrence of a groin injury.

Ulster suffer double injury blow

Ulster and Ireland pair Andrew Trimble and Luke Marshall face lengthy spells on the sidelines because of injury.

Gilchrist to captain Scots for Tests

Edinburgh lock Grant Gilchrist will captain Scotland in the autumn internationals against Argentina, New Zealand and Tonga.

Saracens' Brits 'out until new year'

Saracens hooker Schalk Brits is facing surgery and is not expected to be fit again until "well into the new year".

Cheika 'in talks' over Australia job

New South Wales Waratahs boss Michael Cheika says he has been offered the chance to take over as Australia coach.

Carter named in All Blacks squad

Dan Carter and Sonny Bill Williams are named in New Zealand's squad for next month's northern hemisphere Tests.

Jones set for Bristol comeback

Bristol and Wales back-rower Ryan Jones is set to return from the ankle injury which has kept him out since May.

Strettle hopeful of England recall

David Strettle says his form and experience merits an England recall for next month's autumn internationals.

Biggar braced for Northampton test

Ospreys' trip to Northampton Saints will be a true test of their European ambitions, says fly-half Dan Biggar.

Saints learn cruel lesson - Wood

Flanker Tom Wood says Northampton have learned a "cruel lesson" in missing out on a losing bonus point against Racing Metro.

Baxter hopes for Exeter improvement

Exeter Chiefs head coach Rob Baxter expects his fringe players to improve as their European Challenge Cup campaign goes on.

Wasps 'must make bonus point count'

Wasps boss Dai Young says the bonus-point loss at Leinster will be meaningless if his side fail to win their home ties.

Leinster 25-20 Wasps

Christian Wade's solo try is not enough for Wasps as Leinster win 25-20 in the European Rugby Champions Cup.

Toulon 28-18 Scarlets

Toulon's campaign for a historic third successive European title begins with a scrappy 28-18 win over gutsy Scarlets.

VIDEO: Why I dropped Jones & Hook - Gatland

Wales coach Warren Gatland explains his decision to drop prop Adam Jones and fly-half James Hook for the autumn Tests.

VIDEO: Gilchrist 'honoured' by captaincy

Edinburgh lock Grant Gilchrist talks to BBC Scotland's Kheredine Idessane after being named skipper for Scotland's autumn Test series.

AUDIO: Mallinder on Racing v Northampton

Northampton Saints director of rugby Jim Mallinder speaks to BBC Radio Northampton following the 20-11 defeat by Racing Metro.

VIDEO: The team that fixes rugby players

With concussion protocol under the microscope in rugby, BBC Look East takes a closer look at the work of the medical staff at Northampton Saints.

AUDIO: Cockerill eyes 'pivotal' Euro opener

Leicester Tigers director of rugby Richard Cockerill says Saturday's Champions Cup opener against Ulster is pivotal for their chances of progressing out of the group stages of the competition.

AUDIO: Humphreys on Gloucester v Brive

Gloucester director of rugby David Humphreys speaks to BBC Radio Gloucestershire after Thursday's 55-0 win over Brive in the Challenge Cup.

Toulon look to life after Wilkinson

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

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.

Yet more Sevens misery for Scotland

Scotland's Rugby Sevens side continue to fall short despite considerable funding, writes BBC Scotland's Tom English.

'Fans will follow' Wasps to Coventry

A large proportion of supporters will stick with Wasps when they move to Coventry, says chief executive Nick Eastwood.

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.

Quins' Care embraces fatherhood

Harlequins scrum-half Danny Care says becoming a father for the first time has given him added motivation as a player.