HARTPURY RFC Jones makes timely return for cup

hartpury rfcEngland Under 20s scrum-half Matty Jones starts for Hartpury at Richmond tonight in the first leg of the new Championship Cup (1930ko).

Jones return to availability following the recent U20s Six Nations is timely as Hartpury resources are stretched in his position following injury to JB Bruzulier during the regular season finale at Cornish Pirates last month. 


EXETER CHIEFS Baxter every game now is must-win

Gallagher Premiership logoRob Baxter is well aware every game now is ‘must-win’ for his Exeter Chiefs side in their quest to be part of this season’s Gallagher Premiership play-offs.

With just five games remaining, the Chiefs know the pressure is well and truly on, particularly as they occupy the last of the four play-off berths on offer.


ENGLAND RUGBY starting XV versus Ireland

england rugby wideEddie Jones has named his England side for the Six Nations tie against Ireland on Saturday at Twickenham (1645ko).
Again England - who will be seeking to make it three wins on the spin - include seven players in the starting XV with South West rugby connections.


ENGLAND RUGBY squad news ahead of Irish clash

england rugby wideEddie Jones has named a 36-player England squad ahead of Saturday’s Six Nations match against Ireland at Twickenham (1645ko).
Bath's Sam Underhill, Nic Dolly and Alex Mitchell return to the squad for the first time since the 2021 Autumn Nations Series, where England won their three fixtures against Tonga, Australia and South Africa. 


TEAM NEWS Bristol Bears vs Wasps tonight

Bristol Bears logo blueJake Woolmore is set to make his 100th competitive appearance for Bristol Bears against Wasps tonight 1945ko.

The former Taunton and Somerset prop is the 43rd player to reach this milestone for the club and the first Bears centurion (all appearances for the club made since the rebrand in 2018). 


ENGLAND RUGBY squad ahead of Wales on Saturday

england rugby wideEddie Jones has retained a 25-player squad as England continue to prepare for Saturday’s Six Nations match against Wales, 1645ko.
It is England’s first home game of this year’s tournament and the first Six Nations tie at Twickenham to be played in front of a full crowd since the corresponding fixture in March 2020 – where England beat Wales 33-30.


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