May 22, 2007: Ireland have named rugby league convert Brian Carney on the right wing for Saturday's opening Test against Argentina in Santa Fe.
May 15, 2007: New Ireland recruit Brian Carney admits he will happily play in whatever position he is selected as he anticipates his first rugby union international tour.
May 15, 2007: Ten newcomers have been included in the New Zealand Maori squad for the Churchill Cup rugby tournament in England.
May 14, 2007: Rugby Calvisano have qualified to meet Newport Gwent Dragons in the 24th place play-off match for the 2007/2008 Heineken Cup at Rodney Parade, Newport, on Friday, 18 May (19.45 pm).
May 12, 2007: All Blacks legend Christian Cullen has retired from rugby with immediate effect.
May 9, 2007: The Board of ERC has today confirmed details of the 24th place play-off for the 2007/2008 Heineken Cup following yesterday's announcement by ERC's Shareholders of a "conditional agreement" with regard to the future of the Heineken Cup and European
May 8, 2007: Welsh Rugby Union group chief executive Roger Lewis believes "common sense" will have prevailed if - as expected - the Anglo-French boycott of the Heineken Cup is lifted today.
May 4, 2007: Edinburgh's Magners League season fade-out continued as they were swept aside by deposed European champions Munster at Murrayfield.
May 4, 2007: Alan Gaffney believes Saracens have already achieved one major goal this season - competing strongly with the Guinness Premiership elite.
Apr 14, 2007: There might be teams from only two nations left in the search for Heineken Cup glory but between them there are international players from 11 different countries still in the hunt to join the elite 209 players to have claimed cherished Heineken Cup
Apr 12, 2007: Welsh rugby chief Roger Lewis believes the door remains open" for top English and French clubs to play in next season's Heineken Cup.
Apr 7, 2007: The Ospreys moved up a place to second in the Magners League with a two-try victory over Munster at the Liberty Stadium, Swansea.
Apr 5, 2007: England's Guinness Premiership clubs will not take part in the Heineken Cup and European Challenge Cup competitions next season.
Apr 3, 2007: Rugby is heading to the law courts for the second time in less than a year with the Rugby Football Union and Premier Rugby refusing to concede any ground in their dispute over the Heineken Cup.
Mar 31, 2007: Munster boss Declan Kidney has backed a Llanelli Scarlets side "brimming with confidence" to challenge strongly for Heineken Cup glory this season.
Mar 30, 2007: Llanelli Scarlets powered their way into this season's Heineken Cup semi-finals with a hard-fought 24-15 over defending champions Munster at Stradey Park
Mar 30, 2007: Ronan O'Gara admitted deposed European champions Munster failed to match Llanelli Scarlets' hunger after they crashed out of the Heineken Cup at Stradey Park.
Mar 29, 2007: David Wallace has identified his Ireland Test team colleague Simon Easterby as a major threat to Munster's hopes of retaining the Heineken Cup.
Mar 23, 2007: Munster's makeshift line-up upset the odds in a match that was supposed to be about how many tries Ulster could score.
Mar 23, 2007: Saracens director of rugby Alan Gaffney believes his side still need to win two of their three remaining Guinness Premiership matches to ensure a place in the Championship play-offs.