Mar 29, 2007: The United States would be the backbone of a proposed Super 20 Rugby World Series.
Mar 29, 2007: Newcastle Falcons has announced a return to Sunday rugby for the 2007/8 season.
Mar 28, 2007: There was joy for Warwick School but familiar heartache for Barnard Castle School in a superb Daily Mail Under-18 Schools Cup final at Twickenham today.
Mar 28, 2007: President Andy Irvine has revealed the Scottish Rugby Union considered withdrawing their support for the professional club game before deciding only to disband the Border Reivers.
Mar 27, 2007: Newcastle have secured England trio Toby Flood, Jamie Noon and Mathew Tait on new contracts.
Mar 26, 2007: Edinburgh chiefs tonight warned there could be "serious ramifications" if tomorrow's publication of the Scottish Rugby Union's review of top-level rugby reveals plans to drop one of the three professional sides.
Mar 24, 2007: Gloucester moved to the top of the Guinness Premiership as they ended their season at Kingsholm unbeaten in the league and left Newcastle in the relegation mire.
Mar 24, 2007: Jake Boer rounded off seven years as a stalwart servant to Kingsholm with a crucial try that helped send Gloucester to the top of the Guinness Premiership.
Mar 22, 2007: Jonny Wilkinson will return to action in Newcastle's Guinness Premiership clash against title contenders Gloucester at Kingsholm on Saturday.
Mar 21, 2007: The Ireland U19 Squad for the IRB Under 19 World Championship (April 4-21) has been announced today with Blackrock College's Paul Ryan named as captain.
Mar 21, 2007: Former All Black centre Mark Mayerhofler has agreed to remain at Newcastle until after the World Cup.
Mar 20, 2007: Newcastle Falcons scrum half Hall Charlton has signed a new two-year deal.
Mar 19, 2007: Rob Andrew believes England have finally emerged from the shadow of the 2003 World Cup win and have a "very bright" long-term future.
Mar 19, 2007: Newcastle number eight Phil Dowson will remain at Kingston Park until 2009 after agreeing a new two-year contract.
Mar 16, 2007: Worcester gave their Guinness Premiership survival hopes a colossal boost by fighting back to stun Newcastle 23-21 at Sixways.
Mar 16, 2007: Worcester boss John Brain admitted he did not watch the latest drama at Sixways but ended with his team climbing off the Guinness Premiership basement.
Mar 16, 2007: Ireland Under-20s completed the Grand Slam with a 36-25 victory over their Italian counterparts in Benevento.
Mar 15, 2007: The IRB has announced the schedule, venue and kick-off details for the second annual IRB North America 4 Tournament.
Mar 14, 2007: England boss Brian Ashton has placed midfield star Mathew Tait in some illustrious company - likening areas of his game to Brian O'Driscoll and Jeremy Guscott.
Mar 9, 2007: Newcastle survived intense Saracens pressure to maintain their winning run at home in the Guinness Premiership.