Oct 27, 2007: Newcastle director of rugby John Fletcher blamed referee Bruce Robertson for costing his Newcastle side victory at Kingsholm after Gloucester snatched a late 18-18 draw in their EDF Energy Cup first round draw clash.
Oct 25, 2007: Internationals John Hayes, Donncha O'Callaghan, David Wallace, Jerry Flannery, Marcus Horan and Denis Leamy return to action for Munster while Keith Earls is listed among the replacements for the trip to Glasgow.
Oct 24, 2007: Flanker David Wallace is one of six Ireland World Cup players returning to the Munster squad for this weekend's Magners League trip to Glasgow.
Oct 19, 2007: England's Peter Richards has recounted the agonising aftermath of a record World Cup defeat against South Africa - and revealed that even English newspapers were banned from the team hotel.
Oct 18, 2007: Sale's impressive home form will be put to the test by high-flying Saracens in tomorrow's Guinness Premiership clash at Edgeley Park.
Oct 15, 2007: Saracens coach Alan Gaffney is still looking for the complete performance from his side after they sealed the 26-19 victory over Leicester which took his team into second place in the Guinness Premiership.
Oct 11, 2007: New Zealand winger Doug Howlett tonight issued an apology after he was arrested by police in London on suspicion of causing criminal damage.
Oct 10, 2007: Munster and Connacht have named their squads for this weekend's Magners League matches, with Ireland scrum-half Peter Stringer among several returnees from the World Cup.
Oct 10, 2007: The New Zealand Rugby Union have launched an investigation after winger Doug Howlett was arrested in London on suspicion of criminal damage.
Oct 10, 2007: New Zealand player Doug Howlett was arrested after police were called to a disturbance outside the Hilton Hotel at Heathrow Airport.
Oct 6, 2007: Sarries today ground out a third successive away win, 21-16 at Worcester, thanks to a 70th-minute try from Richard Haughton - who was making his first start at full back since December last year
Sep 27, 2007: Of course we know who is going to win this World Cup, it's New Zealand at a canter - or is it
Sep 24, 2007: While rejoicing in his new status atop All Blacks rugby, winger Doug Howlett found time to deliver a stern warning to his World Cup teammates in the aftermath of their underwhelming 40-0 rout of Scotland here yesterday.
Sep 22, 2007: Director of rugby Alan Gaffney has told his Saracens players to expect an epic clash with title rivals Gloucester at Vicarage Road tomorrow afternoon.
Sep 20, 2007: You might be surprised to learn what number is running through Doug Howlett's mind in the Murrayfield dressing room before the All Blacks face Scotland this weekend.
Sep 9, 2007: They're cut from slightly different rugby cloth, but Doug Howlett and Christian Cullen now sit side by side atop the mountain of All Blacks test try scorers.
Sep 1, 2007: Munster have completed a major transfer coup after agreeing to sign New Zealand wing Doug Howlett on January 1, subject to a work permit and medical.
Aug 22, 2007: Ireland head coach Eddie O'Sullivan is confident Brian Carney is ready to make his Test debut after naming the former rugby league star in his squad for the summer tour to Argentina.
Aug 9, 2007: Gareth Jenkins will tomorrow reveal the 30 players he has entrusted with both Wales' World Cup ambitions and his own legacy as head coach.
Aug 1, 2007: Wales boss Gareth Jenkins has hailed the "magnificent news" that fly-half Stephen Jones should be fit for next month's World Cup campaign.