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  • Bath storm into final

    Bath will meet Saracens in next Saturday's Aviva Premiership final after thrashing Leicester Tigers 47-10.

    Saturday May 23 2015, 19:22 BST
    Matt Banahan claims a Bath try
  • Ford vows to attack in final

    Post-match reaction to Bath's 47-10 victory over Leicester Tigers in the Aviva Premiership play-off semi-finals.

    Saturday May 23 2015, 21:07 BST
    Peter Stringer goes in for a Bath try
  • Saracens book final place

    Saracens advanced into next Saturday's Aviva Premiership final with a 29-24 victory over Northampton.

    Saturday May 23 2015, 16:47 BST
    David Strettle scores a Saracens try
  • Sarries defied sickness bug

    Post-match reaction to Saracens' 29-24 victory over Northampton in the Aviva Premiership play-off semi-finals.

    Saturday May 23 2015, 18:44 BST
    Richard Wigglesworth leads the Saracens' celebrations
  • Munster survive late scare

    Ospreys had a last-minute try disallowed as nervy Munster held on to clinch a 21-18 Guinness Pro12 play-off win.

    Saturday May 23 2015, 17:11 BST
    Simon Zebo: Seven tries in eight Pro12 games
  • Glasgow leave it late

    Glasgow left it late to book a place in the Guinness PRO12 final after a nail-biting 16-14 win over Ulster at Scotstoun.

    Saturday May 23 2015, 09:03 BST
    Glasgow's Niko Matawalu takes a selfie
  • Tigers never doubted top-four spot

    Richard Cockerill never doubted Leicester's ability to feature at this season's Aviva Premiership business-end.

    Friday May 22 2015, 14:26 BST
    Richard Cockerill: Has hailed Leicester's character
  • Tom Wood puts team first

    Tom Wood says Northampton will take a "team-first mentality" with them into Saturday's play-off clash with Saracens.

    Friday May 22 2015, 14:00 BST
    Tom Wood: Northampton work well as a team
  • Aviva Premiership briefing

    Team news and statistics for Saturday's Aviva Premiership play-off matches.

    Friday May 22 2015, 13:53 BST
    Marcos Ayerza: Back in the Leicester side
  • McNamara: Burgess a born leader

    Sam Burgess can be one of the leaders in Stuart Lancaster's World Cup squad, according to Steve McNamara.

    Friday May 22 2015, 15:07 BST
    Sam Burgess: Backed to play in the World Cup
  • Wasps sign up quartet

    Aviva Premiership club Wasps have announced four new signings for next season.

    Friday May 22 2015, 16:51 BST
    James Downey: Has signed for Wasps
  • Tuilagi absence 'upsetting'

    Jonathan Joseph says Manu Tuilagi's Test exile for assaulting police officers is "upsetting" to England's World Cup plans.

    Thursday May 21 2015, 13:35 BST
    Manu Tuilagi: 'A big loss', says Joseph
  • Deans: Ireland can win World Cup

    Joe Schmidt has turned Ireland into genuine World Cup contenders, according to Barbarians coach Robbie Deans.

    Thursday May 21 2015, 10:19 BST
    Robbie Deans: Says Ireland are World Cup contenders
  • Sharks sign All Black Evans

    Sale have announced the signing of New Zealand international lock Bryn Evans on a two-year contract.

    Thursday May 21 2015, 09:06 BST
    Bryan Evans (r): Leaving Biarritz for Sale
  • Ford wins player of season award

    Bath star George Ford has been named the Aviva Premiership Player of the Season.

    Wednesday May 20 2015, 22:30 BST
    George Ford with his player of the year trophy
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