British and Irish Lions captain Sam Warburton has retired from rugby union at the age of 29Read the full story ›
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Wales prop Wyn Jones has been ruled out of the first Test against Argentina on Saturday and will miss the rest of the summer tour.
Jones suffered a calf injury in training and will return to his Scarlets region for further diagnosis and prognosis.
Fellow Scarlet Rob Evans, who was due to start on the bench on Saturday, comes into the starting XV with Nicky Smith added to the replacements.
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Gloucester have announced the signing of fly-half Danny Cipriani on Monday.Read the full story ›
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Billy Vunipola has suffered yet another injury setback that casts doubt over his involvement in England's summer tour to South Africa.
Vunipola withdrew from training with his club Saracens on Wednesday afternoon because of a tight hamstring that has ruled him out of at least Saturday's Aviva Premiership clash with Gloucester, and he is being assessed to discover the extent of the damage.
The number eight has played only 249 minutes over the past year due to shoulder, knee and arm injuries and his last international appearance was against Ireland in March 2017.
"Nothing happened, he just felt some tightness and awareness of that tightness. The hamstring hasn't pulled or anything," Saracens' director of rugby Mark McCall said.