Nov 6, 2007: Bucuresti launch their third season of European rugby with Nicu Ungureanu, the team manager and Development Officer for the city of Bucuresti, delighted the tournament again offers Romania's up-and-coming players the chance to test themselves against
Nov 6, 2007: Leeds Carnegie are back in Europe - and last season's English National League One winners are in a tough Pool with all four teams having tasted Heineken Cup rugby.
Nov 3, 2007: Gloucester are braced to renew their intense rivalry with Wasps knowing tomorrow's EDF Energy Cup showdown will provide the ideal tune-up for Europe.
Nov 1, 2007: Saracens welcome back three World Cup players including England's Andy Farrell into the starting line-up for Sunday's EDF Energy Cup match against Bristol at Vicarage Road.
Oct 30, 2007: Saracens Director of Rugby Alan Gaffney has revealed that both Andy Farrell and Cobus Visagie will return to full training this week and the duo are both expected to be available for selection for Sunday's EDF Energy Cup clash against Bristol at
Oct 27, 2007: Ospreys head coach Lyn Jones was delighted with his side's 47-16 demolition of Worcester Warriors in the EDF Energy Cup Pool C clash at Sixways.
Oct 20, 2007: Leicester head coach Richard Cockerill declared himself satisfied with the defending champions' start to the season after a 28-20 victory over Worcester at Welford Road.
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 19, 2007: Sale utility back Ben Foden has been rewarded for his patience and loyalty by being preferred to Scotland full-back Rory Lamont for tonight's Guinness Premiership clash with Saracens at Edgeley Park.
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 13, 2007: Gloucester head coach Dean Ryan was downbeat despite his side beating Sale 31-12 at Kingsholm to remain the unbeaten leaders of the Guinness Premiership.
Oct 12, 2007: Gloucester look to extend the only unbeaten record in the Guinness Premiership tomorrow with coach Dean Ryan insisting there is much more to come from the early pacesetters.
Oct 12, 2007: High-flying Harlequins will have the chance to go top of the Guinness Premiership - at least for three hours - when they take on Bath at the Rec tomorrow lunchtime.
Oct 6, 2007: Gloucester head coach Dean Ryan thought his side could have been more convincing winners over Leicester at Welford Road.
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
Oct 5, 2007: Check out our statistical preview of Saturday's Guinness Premiership clashes.
Oct 4, 2007: The All Blacks lineout faces a substantial litmus test here on Saturday as France pin hopes on an aerial assault to win their World Cup quarterfinal here.
Sep 30, 2007: Leeds remain rock bottom of the Guinness Premiership after slipping to their third straight defeat as Saracens claimed two tries in each half at Headingley Carnegie.
Sep 30, 2007: Saracens director of rugby Alan Gaffney tipped Noah Cato for a bright future after the teenager helped to destroy rock-bottom Leeds 31-7 on his Guinness Premiership debut