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Ireland scrum-half Luke McGrath will miss the Six Nations after being ruled out for up to eight weeks with a knee ligament injury.
Scotland prop Allan Dell will leave Edinburgh at the end of the season to join London Irish.
Leigh Halfpenny and Ross Moriarty, both currently sidelined with concussion, are included in Wales' 39-man Six Nations squad.
Samoa winger Sinoti Sinoti extends his contract with Newcastle Falcons beyond the 2018-19 season, on undisclosed terms.
Bristol will sign England forward Nathan Hughes from Wasps this summer and Willie Le Roux will leave the Ricoh Arena.
Ireland and Lions fly-half Johnny Sexton is voted the Rugby Union Writers' personality of the year for 2018.
Racing 92 condemn alleged 'racist insults' at Simon Zebo in Ulster's Champions Cup win over the French side in Belfast on Saturday.
Head coach Warren Gatland is "desperate" to win his last Six Nations in charge of Wales and unlikely to experiment, says Martyn Williams.
Edinburgh coach Richard Cockerill hopes to beat Montpellier to seal a Champions Cup home quarter-final - and also "try and get Glasgow qualified".
Wales number eight Taulupe Faletau is set to miss the Six Nations after suffering another broken arm.
Georgia international Zurabi Zhvania signs a new deal with Wasps that will keep him at the club until the summer of 2020.
Ulster head coach Dan McFarland says that if any supporters heard anything unacceptable during Saturday's match they should report it immediately.
England centre Emily Scarratt is a doubt for the start of the Six Nations with a hamstring injury.
England back-row forward Teimana Harrison signs a new three-year contract with Northampton Saints.
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England's Jack Nowell says he still sees himself as a winger, despite impressing at full-back on his return for Exeter.
Interim coach Ceri Jones will remain in charge of Dragons until the end of the 2018-19 season, chairman David Buttress confirms.
Wayne Pivac praises Wales hooker Ken Owens after his man of the match show as an emergency Scarlets number eight in the European win over Leicester.
Two-time champions Saracens reach the Champions Cup quarter-finals after a bonus-point 28-10 victory against Lyon.
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