Premiership Rugby and LNR release a joint statement on Nations Championship concept
The controlling bodies of England's Premiership and France's Top 14 have responded to World Rugby's Nations Championship plans.
The LNR and Premiership have raised concerns over player safety as well as a previous agreement made in San Francisco in 2017 that decided the structure of the test season adopted until 2032.
Tuilagi is staying - reports
Manu Tuilagi's plans for after the World Cup has taken yet another twist according to a report by French newspaper Midi Olympique with the centre set to sign a new deal with Leicester Tigers.
Who can win the Six Nations?
In 6 days time we will know who will be crowned the 2019 Six Nations Champions. What we don't know is who and there are 3 teams in the running, Wales, England and Ireland. Wales are looking to to win it in fine style with a Grand Slam while defending Champions, Ireland, will look to snatch the title sitting in 3rd spot ahead of the weekend. England must beat Scotland to take it.
Michael Rhodes has been cited for this dangerous play on Levi Douglas
Michael Rhodes will appear before an independent disciplinary panel on Tuesday following an incident in Saracens' game against Bath. pic.twitter.com/VnuZJkistq— Rugby on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) March 11, 2019
Scotland Squad Update
Scotland back-three trio Tommy Seymour, Blair Kinghorn and Stuart Hogg have been ruled out of this Saturday’s final Six Nations Test against England at Twickenham.
Marcus Smith gets England call-up, Itoje ruled out
Maro Itoje (Saracens) has returned to his club to continue to rehabilitation while the group include uncapped quartet Ben Earl, Elliott Stooke, Marcus Smith and Ollie Thorley.
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The Honey Badger is Back!
The comeback we have all been waiting for!!! 😱😱https://t.co/dt7faIKy0H— Ultimate Rugby (@ultimaterugby) March 10, 2019
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