Edinburgh and Glasgow contest biggest Scottish derby in years
Two trophies, Champions Cup qualification and inter-city bragging rights are at stake in a colossal Scottish showdown.
Two trophies, Champions Cup qualification and inter-city bragging rights are at stake in a colossal Scottish showdown.
Johnny Sexton inches up towards the top of Irish greats, Leo Cullen every inch the equal of Stuart Lancaster and Gabin Villiere ma…
Duncan Taylor reckons he's spent 40% of his career injured, but his hunger to keep playing burns bright.
The London Irish wunderkind has caught the attention of Eddie Jones, while Leicester Tigers reach their ceiling against Leinster a…
Ben Vellacott talks attempted stabbings, impact sub frustration and facing former side Wasps.
Women's rugby could be the game's next great frontier on a weekend when records fell, losing streaks ended and huge questions were…
RugbyPass Plus selects its breakout stars of the inaugural United Rugby Championship season.
The five-time Premiership Champions served notice against Exeter Chiefs that they won't rest until they get their crown back
Freddie Steward leads the English charge as the giants of the game assemble for a no-holds barred battle to be crowned kings of Eu…
From training-ground stamps to try-scoring fame, George McGuigan talks training-ground stamps, try-scoring records and England omi…
The former England wing has finally drawn level with Tom Varndell as the Premiership top scorer in a weekend Leicester booked thei…
Over 15 Tests, hundreds of players thrust themselves into action in front of watching millions but only the peerless 15 could make…
After a tame and error-laden Six Nations blighted by another team culture issue, Scotland have more uncomfortable questions to ans…
England fade late in a compelling Six Nations clash, Wales give France a mighty fright and Saracens learn to win without their sup…
The business end of the 2022 Six Nations is upon us and it is no coincidence that World Rugby has upped the refereeing ante throug…
Gregor Townsend has plenty of raw talent at his disposal yet consistency eludes his Scotland squad and that is a source of great f…
Saracens beat the league leaders Leicester, Duhan van der Merwe's red card kicks off social media frenzy and the Welsh regions are…
England get the job done after narrowly beating an improving Wales side, while Scotland lick their wounds after a French mauling a…
The return of Manu Tuilagi has lifted the spirits of England fans while rugby mourns the passing of Steve Black and fans rage abou…
The Six Nations delivers on thrills and spills as England and Wales rebound, while only France can win the elusive Grand Slam...
Paolo Garbisi was 14 when Italy last won a Six Nations match. The fly-half starlet talks fashion, family, France and facing Englan…
Paul Gustard reflects on his Harlequins exit, and how the Benetton players he coaches can stun England.
England would be 'going after' Scotland, he said. Could the Scots handle the pressure of being ‘red-hot favourites’, he ponder…
Scotland are being talked up by those in the know as serious contenders, a side that England should respect and even fear but hope…
Nathan Hines talks walking out on Scotland, jousting with Eddie Jones and Calcutta Cup joy.
Rugby returned to terrestrial TV in a boon to domestic rugby and with the Six Nations just days away, rugby is set to return to ce…
Simon Hardy has coached many of the world's top hookers using swimming gear, Swiss balls and hype music.
The 77-cap England fly-half is to be parachuted back into the England squad in the wake of Owen Farrell's injury with a point to p…
Kyle Rowe's journey from unwanted winger working nightshift in a warehouse to the Scotland Six Nations squad.
Cadan Murley talks Premiership glory, army beginnings and house-sharing with Marcus Smith.
Scotland boast an unprecedented array of talent, but will it be enough to end their brutal championship drought?
This week will be make or break for rugby stars up and down the country with squads being named for the Six Nations and a few play…
Ewan Ashman talks spectacular debuts, blink-and-you'll-miss-them loan spells and rebuffing England.
Captain Sonatane Takulua talks meagre wages and the future of Tongan rugby.
A resurgent Wasps upset the form-book and down unbeaten Tigers as the countdown for the Six Nations continues apace
2021 saw Harlequins rejuvenated, the England Women go unbeaten and the Springboks bludgeon their way to victory. It also saw fans …
Harlequins and Cardiff served up a festive delight while Leicester continued their unbeaten run as European rugby was ravaged by C…
Antoine Dupont bewitches the rugby world, Munster marvel agains Wasps and Edinburgh down the mighty Saracens
Armed robbery, bereavement and trauma feature in the remarkable journey of Rohan Janse van Rensburg.
Leicester Tigers continue to blaze a trail in the Premiership, while Munster and Cardiff scramble to prepare for Europe after Sout…
Saracens come out on top in slugfest over Sale, the Samoans put on a sad show at Twickenham and the URC flies in to Covid chaos
As a breathless 2021 draws to a close, RugbyPass selects its international team of the year.
An emotional Melani Nanai talks factory work, family and faith.
The rugby world had its best day since crowds returned as France won hearts, England showed elan and Ireland finally kicked off th…
England continue the Wallabies poor run at Twickenham, Courtney Lawes playing the best rugby of his life, Wales searching for big …
How Ewan Ashman went from unknown club prospect to Scotland's try-scoring hooker extraordinaire.
The first full round of inter-Hemisphere tests since the 2019 World Cup kicked off with a bang.
Sunday's autumn international at Murrayfield pits two cerebral coaches and former Glasgow men against each other.
Bath head to Leicester Tigers is a state of disarray, Worcester finally get an all important win and Will Jordan announces himself…
From stark poverty and family strife to the summit of professional rugby, this is Vaea Fifita's story.
From a 3am near-sacking to Olympic sevens gold, Gareth Baber brings hard-earned Fijian wisdom to his new role at Edinburgh.
Adam Hastings is glad he left Glasgow Warriors for the relentless 'pressure' of the Premiership - even if it meant losing his hair…
Sale and England squad member Bevan Rodd talks scrum anguish, eclectic upbringings and naked dancing.
Sean Robinson never thought he would use his physics degree, love for problem-solving and mathematical aptitude to decipher Gallag…
The Gallagher Premiership form book is ripped up, Scotland’s women upset the form book and Zebo returns
After a grim last season, can Scotland's new-look pro-teams deliver a rousing campaign?
Meet Raffi Quirke, Sale's resident barber, budding restaurateur and future England scrum-half.
The former Bath No8 is a man on a mission following his move to France
Leicester’s full-back plans to get the Tigers back to the top - and keep his England starting spot
A Test match in all but name, the clash with South Africa A has shown the Lions precisely what awaits.
The Tier 1 nations walloped the emerging nations in a one-side weekend of rugby while the Lions limp on
Huw Jones and Harlequins are a match made in rugby heaven.
Some of England's fresh faces may be coming men, but others have already arrived.
The Lions are purring but the spectre of Covid tracks them around South Africa
Where might Saturday's mouth-watering Premiership Final be won and lost?
The Scotland backrow reflects on a career of glory, trauma and fulfilment as he hangs up his boots
An astonishing weekend of rugby featured comebacks, trophies and breathtaking drama
Sale's giant Springbok talks family, injury, and facing the Lions
As a madcap campaign draws to a close, The XV selects its team of the season from England's top flight.
The Basque derby was settled in bonkers fashion as the Premiership campaign ended on a bumper weekend of rugby.
Scotland centurion Sean Lamont talks Mustangs, brotherhood, naked calendars, and Craig Joubert.
Coaching flare-ups, desperate injuries and Premiership drama featured on a tumultuous weekend's rugby.
After sparkling form and an England call-up, Harry Randall had to deal with injury lows but he's back to spearhead a Bears title p…
The Exeter Chiefs are looking ominous as Tuilagi returns and Harlequins dazzle their way into the play-offs
Toulouse and Montpellier were the big winners from a weekend where crowds started to make their presence felt again
Kyle Sinckler's emotive interview stood out on a weekend of sparkling rugby and controversy
Eight Scottish Lions is a deserved return for a side that has shown it can thrive away from Murrayfield
Warren Gatland has just announced his 37-man squad for the tour of South Africa so here's your cheat sheet
As the Rainbow Cup kicks into life and Premiership Rugby reaches its denouement, everyone is talking about the Lions
Malakai Fekitoa overcame near-permanent disability to reach the pinnacle of world rugby.
Glorious free-flowing rugby, Lions talk and petty squabbles dominate the weekend's talking points
Wanted by Scotland and England, Cam Redpath smashed a Calcutta Cup hoodoo on debut. This is his story.
Leinster will be left to take on the power of the Top 14 and English contenders fell by the wayside in Europe
Sam James isn't chicken about talking up Sale's chances of challenging at the top
Faf de Klerk has spent a career confounding critics and his bite around the fringes may trouble the Lions
A scintillating Six Nations, a try-fest in the Premiership and a familiar Pro14 ending, it's all in our weekend wrap
Scotland can still party like it's 1999 in France despite missing Sean Maitland
A modern-day classic in Paris, a humbling in Dublin and a walkover in Edinburgh, the Six Nations finale had it all
A bonkers Six Nations leaves Warren Gatland with much to ponder. Who makes our writers' Lions XVs?
More heartbreak and yet more frustration. Will Scotland ever become Six Nations contenders?
Six Nations rugby proved what an attractive competition it can be for its new partners CVC this weekend
Against the backdrop of coronavirus angst and bonkers refereeing, the show goes on.
Sam Simmonds continues to shine, the Cornish Pirates shock Saracens and Leinster power on
How do you keep top players in Scotland? And how do you replace the ones who leave? Recruitment supremo Jan McGinity lifts the lid…
Can even a rugby nation as rich as England afford to keep ignoring the untapped brilliance on its shores?
Welsh enigma, Sinners become Saints, Ireland's redemption man, Munster's old dog for the hard road
A capitulation at Twickenham, slugfest in Edinburgh and arm-wrestle in Dublin, who made our XV of Round 2?
George Turner began the season as Scotland's third-choice hooker. He started 2021 by conquering Twickenham. This is his story.
After a rout in Rome, a hoodoo shattered, and a needle-laden Cardiff tussle, The XV picks out the stars of the opening round of th…
The Azzurri are going with youth as they seek their first Six Nations win since 2015
Scottish rugby history is littered with false dawns. Is the perennial Six Nations optimism merited, or does yet more agony beckon?
Can Gregor Townsend make Scotland contenders on the road, to align with their home dominance?
Brendan Venter helped spawn the careers of some of English rugby's sharpest coaches. This is his dynasty.
Kurtley Beale has charted a turbulent path from troubled wonderkid and rehab patient to joyous Racing 92 galactico.
With his bright dreadlocks and custom boots, Paolo Odogwu is a splash of colour in an often-grey sport.
Randall admiration, Six Nations fears, Falcons march on, flying ref sees red, Ospreys renaissance, Irish elite
England's new tyro talks LeBron James, Eddie Jones and making an indelible footprint.
The XV has enlisted experts all over the world to select players they expect to make a big impression in 2021
As we enter 2021, there are no guarantees a new year will signal a new dawn.
The second weekend of Champions Cup action brought Covid chaos, comebacks and Christmas cheer
Campaigner, crusader, winger, Marland Yarde is a voice for change in rugby.
The Dragons hooker opens up about the major influence in his life and career
Thibault Giroud has applied sports science to make France one of the world's most durable teams
Jake Polledri is building a fearsome reputation as a ball-carrier and is Italy's new totem
Gopperth is the sheriff in town as Wasps prepare for final showdown
Dave Ewers has overcome eviction, injuries and self-doubt to be on the cusp of glory
Imhoff is a father figure for Racing's band of brothers in Champions Cup showpiece
Townsend channels Fergie and Pep to get a team-first ethos with Scotland
Racing 92 attack coach Mike Prendergast explains Finn Russell's modus operandi
Once heralded a superstar, Huw Jones saw his stock plummet but his self-belief has never waned
The Scotland captaincy and domestic stability have left Stuart Hogg re-energised at Exeter