BRISTOL BEARS Lahiff happy to extend Ashton Gate stay

Front row forward Max Lahiff has extended his stay at Bristol Bears.Bristol Bears light logo

The popular former Bath and London Irish prop has made 19 Bears appearances impressing at both tighthead and loosehead.

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GLOUCESTER RUGBY Puma Carreras signs long term deal

Gloucester Rugby logoArgentinian international utility back Santiago Carreras is staying at Gloucester for the foreseeable future.

The 22-year-old initially joined the Cherry & Whites in January on a deal until the end of the season.

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GRASSROOTS RUGBY community pack on the road back...

training nightsRugby Football Union is anticipating – all things being equal – a return to full contact league rugby next season, kicking off in September.

Following the government announcement organised outdoor sport can resume from March 29, the RFU has published a new ‘Return to Community Rugby Roadmap’.

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RUGBY UNION Bristol opportunity to open up gap at top

Gallagher Premiership logoBristol top the Premiership by two points with a game in hand following Exeter Chiefs second defeat in a week, 25-20 at Sale last night.

Sale's win moves them up to third, just above fourth placed Harlequins, with both on 32 points. 

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WESTCOUNTRY DERBY Skivington on Bristol "stardust"

Gloucester head coach George Skivington admits tonight's top versus bottom Premiership Westcountry derby at home to Bristol will test his Cherry & Whites to "another level".

Skivington said: "It doesn’t get much tougher than Bristol who are top of the league and play great rugby.

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PREMIERSHIP RUGBY mid-season circuit breaker

Gallagher Premiership logoPremiership Rugby has confirmed a two-week, mid-season break after European competitions were temporarily suspended by EPCR.

Premiership Rugby chief executive Darren Childs said: "The welfare of everyone involved in Premiership Rugby is crucial to us and this break in the season gives us the chance to hand some much-needed rest to our hard-working players, management, staff and match officials.”

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