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Rugby Union news

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

Australia omit Beale from Test squad

Kurtley Beale is not selected for Australia's autumn internationals after being fined for a breach of conduct.

Munster 14-3 Saracens

David Kilcoyne scores the only try as Munster defeat last year's beaten finalists to top European Rugby Champions Cup Pool 1.

Grenoble 15-25 London Irish

London Irish make it two wins from two in the European Challenge Cup with a bonus-point victory against Grenoble.

Bath v Toulouse

Team news as Bath host Toulouse in the European Rugby Champions Cup Pool 4 fixture at The Recreation Ground (15:15 BST).

Scarlets v Leicester (Sat)

Team news as Scarlets host Leicester in the European Rugby Champions Cup Pool 3 fixture at Parc y Scarlets (19:45 BST).

Ulster make two changes for Toulon

Ulster make two changes for their Champions Cup game against Toulon, with Stuart Olding and Roger Wilson coming into the side.

Northampton v Ospreys (Sat)

Team news as Northampton host Ospreys in the European Rugby Champions Cup Pool 5 fixture at Franklin's Gardens (17:15 BST).

Montpellier v Glasgow Warriors

Alex Dunbar and Josh Strauss return for Glasgow Warriors' European Rugby Champions Cup match in Montpellier.

Exeter v Connacht (Sat)

Exeter Chiefs host Connacht at Sandy Park in pool two of the Challenge Cup on Saturday (15:00 BST).

Oyonnax v Gloucester (Sat)

Gloucester travel to French side Oyonnax in pool five of the Challenge Cup on Saturday (19:45 BST).

Navidi leads Blues for Rovigo trip

Josh Navidi is named captain as head coach Mark Hammett makes eight changes for Cardiff Blues' trip to face Rovigo.

Landman rues costly Dragons errors

Two tries from charge downs in Dragons defeat by Newcastle left lock Rynard Landman "more gutted" than 33-13 loss to Glasgow.

Japan to host new Super Rugby team

Japan is chosen as the preferred bidder for a new Super Rugby franchise when the competition expands to 18 teams in 2016.

Wasps clinch deal to keep Launchbury

England lock Joe Launchbury commits his future to Wasps and their move to Coventry by signing a new deal.

Gloucester winger May signs new deal

England international winger Jonny May signs a new long-term contract with Premiership side Gloucester.

England 'conservative' on Cipriani

England should have "taken the risk" and picked Danny Cipriani for the autumn internationals, says Sale boss Steve Diamond.

Castres v Leinster (Sun)

Luke Fitzgerald will make his first start for Leinster since March in Sunday's European Champions Cup game against Castres.

Clermont Auvergne v Sale

Team news as Clermont Auvergne host Sale in the European Rugby Champions Cup Pool 1 fixture at Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin (15:15 GMT).

Wasps v Harlequins

Team news as Wasps host Harlequins in the European Rugby Champions Cup Pool 2 fixture at Adams Park (17:15 GMT).

Beale fined for picture text offence

Kurtley Beale is fined £24,600 for sending an offensive picture message to an Australian Rugby Union female team official.

Burrell feared for England place

Northampton Saints centre Luther Burrell says he feared for his place in Stuart Lancaster's England squad.

Fresh injury blow for Osprey Walker

Osprey wing Eli Walker's hopes of a late call-up for Wales in November are ended by fresh ankle ligament injury.

London Welsh 20-52 Bordeaux-Begles

London Welsh are given a lesson in expansive rugby as Bordeaux run in seven tries in the European Challenge Cup.

World Cup ticket sales near 1m

A total of 950,000 tickets were sold for the 2015 Rugby World Cup during September, organisers say.

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.

VIDEO: Halfpenny picks up French at Toulon

Leigh Halfpenny tries out his French on Sport Wales TV and says life at Toulon is 'pas de probleme' after difficult start.

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: Davies targets Welsh rugby 'unity'

New Welsh Rugby Union chairman Gareth Davies says one of his main aims will be to restore "unity" to rugby in Wales.

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.

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.

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 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.

'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.

Dragons 26-30 Newcastle

Newcastle recover from 20-13 down at the break to beat Newport Gwent Dragons in the European Challenge Cup second round.

Edinburgh 25-17 Lyon

Edinburgh top Pool Four in the European Rugby Challenge Cup with a hard-fought Murrayfield victory over Top 14 side Lyon.