Aug 16, 2008: Harlequins won their first Middlesex Sevens title for 18 years after ending the British Army's hopes of reigning supreme at Twickenham.
Aug 16, 2008: The first round of the 2008 Middlesex Sevens saw success for several Guinness Premiership sides and the Army, but a tough learning curve for the Welsh entrants.
Aug 13, 2008: Leicester have appointed Australian Matt O'Connor as their new backs coach.
Aug 10, 2008: Guinness Premiership side Harlequins have signed Welsh scrum-half Gareth Williams from Neath.
Aug 5, 2008: Sky Sports and Premier Rugby today announced the first live televised matches for the 2008-2009 Premiership season.
Jul 16, 2008: The Guinness Premiership fixture dates and kick off times for the 2008-09 season have now been agreed by the clubs.
Jul 4, 2008: The fixtures for the new Guinness Premiership season have been released today with a potential clash between the season finale and the opening match of next year's Lions tour averted
Jul 2, 2008: Bath Rugby have announced that Dave Guyan has been appointed as the new Team Manager at the club.
Jun 17, 2008: Sale Sharks face the daunting prospect of facing European champions Munster and two French teams in the group stages of next season's Heineken Cup.
Jun 12, 2008: Former Auckland Rugby Union chief executive David White is returning to New Zealand after finishing his role at Bristol Rugby Club.
Jun 5, 2008: Harlequins have announced that Will Skinner has been appointed as next season's club captain.
May 29, 2008: Retiring Harlequins captain Paul Volley has warned the club's supporters not to expect too much despite their qualification for next season's Heineken Cup.
May 16, 2008: After the departure of Andy Friend, Harlequins have announced the re-structuring of the playing department with John Kingston taking up the position of head coach.
May 15, 2008: Check out the official preview of this weekend's Guinness Premiership semi-finals.
May 14, 2008: Bath Rugby and Saracens were jointly named community 'Club of the Year' by the judges of this year's EDF Energy Parliamentary Citizenship Awards, edging out last year's winners Newcastle Falcons, at an Awards ceremony at the Palace of Westminster,
May 14, 2008: Martin Johnson has given the Guinness Premiership his ringing endorsement as England build towards their two-Test New Zealand tour.
May 13, 2008: Harlequins loose-forward Will Skinner will captain the England Saxons at the Barclays Churchill Cup this summer.
May 9, 2008: Follow all the latest action from this weekend's crucial Guinness Premiership matches plus the final Magners League fixtures LIVE with scrum.com!
May 9, 2008: Harlequins will see four changes to the starting line up which faced Sale Sharks last Sunday, when they play their final Guinness Premiership fixture of the season against Leicester Tigers on Saturday.
May 9, 2008: Harlequins have annnounced the signing of Tonga international, Epi Taione, who joins the Guinness Premiership club from Natal Sharks.