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Matt Kvesic double helps Exeter qualify for quarter-finals with Glasgow draw

• Glasgow 31-31 Exeter• Stuart Hogg hits crossbar with last-minute penaltyA home quarter-final beckons for Exeter. A highly entertaining draw at Scotstoun ended in dramatic fashion, as Stuart Hogg took aim at the posts from 60 metres out. Had he been s…

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Champions Cup: John Cooney secures late win for Ulster over Harlequins

• Ulster 25-24 Harlequins• Glasgow victorious over La Rochelle and Lyon register first winJohn Cooney’s long-range penalty two minutes from time secured a 25-24 Champions Cup comeback win for Ulster over Harlequins .Ulster trailed 24-22 in the closing …

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Champions Cup: John Cooney secures late win for Ulster over Harlequins

• Ulster 25-24 Harlequins• Glasgow victorious over La Rochelle and Lyon register first winJohn Cooney’s long-range penalty two minutes from time secured a 25-24 Champions Cup comeback win for Ulster over Harlequins .Ulster trailed 24-22 in the closing …

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Champions Cup preview: Munster expect monster crowd for Saracens visit

• Holders leave most of England stars at home• Northampton unbeaten at home since start of AprilDan Biggar returns at fly-half for Northampton in the match of the round between teams who have lost one match between them in the league and Europe this se…

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Champions Cup preview: Munster expect monster crowd for Saracens visit

• Holders leave most of England stars at home• Northampton unbeaten at home since start of AprilDan Biggar returns at fly-half for Northampton in the match of the round between teams who have lost one match between them in the league and Europe this se…

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Henry Slade continues Exeter’s promising start with Glasgow win

• Pool 2: Exeter 34-18 Glasgow• Premiership side secure back-to-back bonus point winsExeter, who have only once made the quarter-finals of the Champions Cup and have never finished the group stage in credit, secured their second bonus point victory in …

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European Champions Cup roundup: Glasgow too strong for Sale

• Warriors open their campaign with 13-7 victory• Leinster, Harlequins and Ospreys v Munster laterDTH Van Der Merwe’s try gave Glasgow a winning start to their Champions Cup campaign as they edged out Sale 13-7. Dave Rennie’s team dominated the first h…

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Leinster ruin Stuart Hogg’s farewell to claim Pro14 title against Glasgow

Glasgow 15-18 LeinsterTries: Fagerson, Stewart. Con: Hastings. Pen: HastingsTries: Ringrose, Healy. Con: Sexton. Pens: Sexton 2Leo Cullen knew the European Champions Cup finalists would be up against it playing Warriors in their own city, and the vast …

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Jamie George spells out Saracens double vision and relishes clash with Munster

• Hooker says side aim to go unbeaten for rest of season• Acknowledges Champions Cup semi-final will be tough testJamie George has set his sights on another domestic and European double after Saracens made a “statement of intent” by thrashing Glasgow W…

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Jamie George leads from the front for Saracens in Owen Farrell’s absence | Gerard Meagher

The hooker chose a good time to impress the watching England coach, Eddie Jones, at Allianz ParkOn afternoons like this it is easy to forget just how long Jamie George had to wait for his first England start – that he was named as a replacement 19 time…

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Liam Williams bags two tries as Saracens storm to semi-final

• Saracens 56-27 Glasgow• England’s leading club secure Munster meetingIt duly turned out to be a repeat of the Calcutta Cup, but the 2017 version when England cut loose at Twickenham rather than this month’s Scottish revival. Saracens dominated after …

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Champions Cup quarter-finals: team news for the weekend’s quarter-finals

• Maro Itoje and Stuart Hogg both back for Saracens v Glasgow• Johnny Sexton misses out for Leinster against Ulster12.45pm, BT Sport 3 Continue reading…

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Glasgow’s Adam Hastings: ‘Saracens away is the ultimate test in Europe’

Adam Hastings and the Glasgow side will be looking to make a mark at Allianz Park in Saturday’s European Cup quarter-finalLittle more than a year ago Adam Hastings was playing Premiership rugby in Scotland for Currie, having left Bath. He has since won…

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Saracens coach rejects Glasgow’s claim before Champions Cup quarter-final

• Dave Rennie says ‘push and shove’ utilised to get decisions• I’m not here to talk about them, says Mark McCallSaracens have rejected claims of gamesmanship made by Glasgow’s head coach, Dave Rennie, before Saturday’s Champions Cup quarter-final betwe…

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Glasgow’s Callum Gibbins warns Saracens may suffer Twickenham hangover

Co-captain says European Champions Cup quarter-final next Saturday could resound to impact of Scotland’s stunning Six Nations fightback against EnglandGlasgow have not beaten Saracens in five attempts in the European Cup, but after last week’s astonish…

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‘I love watching, playing and learning from it’: Gregor Townsend on football

The Scotland rugby union boss explains how time with Pep Guardiola – and days on the terraces – helped him as a coachBy Richard Winton for Nutmeg, part of the Sport Network“I was at Scotland’s last World Cup match,” says Gregor Townsend. “It was my sta…

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Rugby union: talking points from the European Champions Cup

Dan Robson’s display is silver lining for Wasps, Tadhg Beirne outmuscles Exeter while Saracens look Leinster’s biggest threatDan Robson’s performance for Wasps was one of the few shining lights on what was a difficult day for the home side, even if the…

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Saracens into Champions Cup last eight as top seeds after beating Glasgow

• Pool 3: Saracens 38-19 Glasgow• Form of Maro Itoje and Billy Vunipola gives England a liftOn the day Saracens announced the latest blow for England with the loss of Owen Farrell, they duly gave English rugby the sort of fillip only they are qualified…

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Can Scotland translate Champions Cup progress into a Six Nations surge? | Robert Kitson

Glasgow and Edinburgh can both reach the European quarter-finals, which should give the national side grounds for optimismThere can be no question about the best rugby story of 2019 so far. For Scotland to have the chance of both its professional teams…

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Rugby union: talking points from the European Champions Cup

Gloucester dogged by inconsistency, Edinburgh and Glasgow head for the last eight and Leinster have look of championsThe pool of champions has polarised. Leinster, for all Toulouse’s attempts to recapture past glories, are the team in control, even if …