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Kyle Eastmond

Stuart Lancaster turns to Kyle Eastmond's creativity as England face South American XV

Stuart Lancaster hailed Kyle Eastmond’s creative potential after naming the Bath centre in the England side to play a South American XV in Montevideo tomorrow.

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Quintet seek harmony to pass England Test audition

Chance for Burns, Twelvetrees, Joseph, Wade and Yarde to excite against Baa-Baas

Christian Wade, Wasps

Wasps wing Christian Wade 'shocked and humbled' to win Players' Player and Young Player of the Year awards

Christian Wade was “shocked and humbled” to learn he had gone one better than Jonny Wilkinson by scooping a unique double at the Rugby Players' Association awards.

Bradley Davies named Wales captain in Sam Warburton's absence

Cardiff Blues lock to return from injury to lead Wales on tour of Japan

Joe Ansbro pictured at the 2011 World Cup

Joe Ansbro retirement: Former team-mate Topsy Ojo pays tribute

The Scotland international today called time on his career following a neck break last August. Here, his former London Irish team-mate pays tribute

Joe Ansbro pictured at the 2011 World Cup

Scotland international Joe Ansbro announces retirement following neck break

The London Irish centre broke his neck during a pre-season friendly against Munster last August

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Leicester will take on Northampton at Twickenham in the final

Tom Croft touches down for Leicester's third try in their 33-16 victory over Harlequins

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Fijian's brilliant finish turns tide against Harlequins as Leicester reach ninth successive play-off final

Harlequins captain Chris Robshaw

Premiership semi-finals: Leicester Tigers v Harlequins match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's game at Welford Road

Lion-heart: Leicester’s Tom Croft goes over for the first of the Tigers’ five tries against London Irish yesterday

Leicester Tigers 32 London Irish 20 match report: Tigers look ahead to Quins

Leicester face a semi-final against the team who have won their last two visits to Welford Road

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London Welsh ready for 'emotional day' as they bow out of the Aviva Premiership

Bottom club Welsh wind up their debut season in English rugby's top flight against Worcester

Owen Farrell of Saracens

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No 10s may be leading lights but Sunday’s match will be full of quality and intrigue

Aviva Premiership round-up: Harlequins handle Warriors with Danny Care

Harlequins guaranteed themselves a place in the Aviva Premiership play-offs after England scrum-half Danny Care claimed a hat-trick in a 42-26 win away to Worcester Warriors.

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