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Munster’s Paul O’Connell was made man of the match for his performance yesterday
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Saracens play Ulster in a Heineken Cup quarter-final clash at Twickenham this weekend

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Warren Gatland plans busy weekend of Lions scouting

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Ewen McKenzie 'interested' in Ireland job

A replacement for Declan Kidney is being sought

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Leicester man looking forward to playing against his mate at last as Tigers travel to Toulon

Tyson Keats: Welsh could even be banned from hiring foreign players

Round-up: Exiles face fresh action and fines over Keats

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Chris Ashton of Saracens celebrates after scoring a controversial try during the Aviva Premiership against London Wasps at Adams Park

London Wasps 13 Saracens 22 match report: Wasps stung by Saracens' second-half comeback

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Northampton Saints 8 Leicester Tigers 36 match report: Unstoppable Manu Tuilagi leaves Saints reeling

England centre leads Leicester's rout with two tries and an assist

O’Shea believes league positions will have no bearing on who lifts the season’s first silverware

Conor O'Shea refuses to wear 'favourites' mantle

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London Welsh await disciplinary outcome that could decide Premiership fate

The Exiles are charged with fielding an ineligible player

Exeter upset leaders Harlequins

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