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Thomas Waldrom: Former England, Leicester and Exeter forward retires at 35

Former England, Exeter and Leicester back-row Thomas Waldrom retires from rugby aged 35.

Times when sporting teams colours caused confusion

After Cardiff Blues and Glasgow Warriors clash in colour, BBC Sport looks at other occasions when fans were left seeing double.

Injured flanker Bradbury may miss Scotland's autumn Tests

Magnus Bradbury could miss Scotland's autumn Tests after suffering a suspected dislocated shoulder in Edinburgh's win over Toulon.

Edinburgh's 'mini Murrayfield' granted permission

Scottish Rugby's plans to build a new 7,800-capacity stadium for Edinburgh on Murrayfield's back pitches are given the go-ahead.

Cardiff-Glasgow kit clash prompts apology

European Champions Cup organisers are to apologise to Cardiff Blues and Glasgow Warriors over the kit clash during Sunday's game.

Gritty Newcastle beat Montpellier with try eight minutes into stoppage time

Callum Chick's try in the eighth minute of stoppage time sees Newcastle beat Montpellier in a dramatic finale at Kingston Park.

Late Medard try sees Toulouse fight back to beat Leinster

Three-try Toulouse upset Leinster 28-27 in a feisty battle between the two four-time European champions at Stade Ernest Wallon.

Clinical Glasgow Warriors win away to Cardiff Blues

Glasgow Warriors move back into contention in Champions Cup Pool 3 with a bonus-point win away to Cardiff Blues.

European Rugby Champions Cup: Saracens 29-10 Lyon OU

Saracens made it two wins from two in their hunt for a third Champions Cup title, seeing off Lyon at Allianz Park.

Zebo apologises for try celebration in win over Ulster

Simon Zebo says sorry to Ulster full-back Michael Lowry for his celebration of a try in Racing 92's European Champions Cup win in Paris on Saturday.

European Rugby Champions Cup: Wasps 35-35 Bath

Wasps and Bath score five tries apiece in a thrilling Champions Cup encounter that only lacked a winner.

Cipriani sent off as Munster beat Gloucester

Munster make the most of Danny Cipriani's red card to claim a five-try bonus-point win over Gloucester in the Champions Cup match at Thomond Park.

European Rugby Challenge Cup: Chris Ashton scores hat-trick on Sale debut against Connacht

England winger Chris Ashton's hat-trick on his Sale debut helps beat Connacht 34-13 in the Challenge Cup.

European Champions Cup: Edinburgh 40-14 Toulon

Edinburgh enjoy one of their best European victories with a thumping bonus-point Champions Cup win over Toulon.

Exeter denied by 14-man Castres

Exeter are denied by 14-man Castres as the French hosts' stubborn defence earned them Champions Cup victory.

Sport on the BBC: Best of this week's TV & radio coverage

This week's sport on the BBC includes the Champions League, Mexican Grand Prix and the Super League Triathlon.

We know what's coming down the tracks - Ulster prop Marty Moore

Prop Marty Moore believes Ulster know what to expect when they face Racing 92 in the Heineken Champions Cup on Saturday.

Rugby Union Weekly: England's back row options assessed after Billy Vunipola's latest injury

Rugby Union Weekly looks at England's back row options after the news Billy Vunipola will miss England's autumn internationals with a broken arm.

Moving to Ulster was a great decision - Will Addison

Ulster's Will Addison says he has no regrets about his decision to move to Belfast this season after almost 10 years at Sale Sharks.

Wales not far from World Cup pack - Robin McBryde

Wales forwards coach Robin McBryde believes the pack selected for the autumn Tests is close to the one that will be picked for the 2019 World Cup.

Why Warburton doesn't have McCaw's shirt

Former Wales captain Sam Warburton explains to the Scrum V podcast why he did not ask to swap shirts after Test matches.

Ulster just needed time to gel - Best

Ulster captain Rory Best has put the team's poor inter-pro results against Munster and Connacht down to a lack of continuity.

Youth Olympic Games: Argentina's Moneta scores 'absolutely superb' breakaway try

Argentina's Marcos Moneta scores a brilliant breakaway try during his country's rugby sevens match against Samoa at the Youth Olympic Games.

England number eight crisis: 'This is where Eddie Jones earns his money'

With Nathan Hughes facing a likely ban and Sam Simmonds injured, how will England cover for the loss of number eight Billy Vunipola this autumn?

Sam Johnson: 'Proud Australian' relishes Scotland opportunity

Sam Johnson arrived in Glasgow a nervous, chubby Australian. He thought he'd be an electrician, now he's in the Scotland squad.

Oh no! When sports stars celebrate too soon

Bath rugby player Freddie Burns was celebrating a try as a rival player knocked the ball from his hand.



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