Leicester have confirmed the signing of England fly-half George Ford from Aviva Premiership rivals Bath.
The 23-year-old will join the Tigers in time for the start of next season, the club announced on Twitter.
Ford, who has won 32 caps and been a mainstay of Eddie Jones' all-conquering England team, played for Leicester before moving to Bath in 2013.
Former Sale player Tom Arscott has received a written warning over the passing of inside information to his brother Luke before the Sharks' Aviva Premiership match at Bristol.
Tom Arscott was last month sacked by Sale after allegedly leaking information to Bristol player Luke in a meeting at the club's hotel in the west country city on New Year's Eve - a day before the Sharks went down 24-23 at the AJ Bell Stadium.
The Rugby Football Union (RFU), which on Monday announced it had concluded its investigation, said the information fell "at the lower end of the scale of seriousness", but deemed the player's behaviour "inappropriate".
France beat Scotland 22-16 in Paris in a bruising encounter to record their first win of the 2017 RBS 6 Nations. Scotland picked up a bonus point for losing by fewer than seven points but their hopes of a Grand Slam this season are now gone.
For a full report, visit ITV's dedicated 6 Nations website.
Watch match highlights on ITV at 10.20pm
England extended their winning run to 16 Tests as wing Elliot Daly's late try clinched a dramatic RBS 6 Nations victory over Wales in Cardiff.
The first defeat of Eddie Jones' coaching reign appeared to be looming large as Wales led by two points with four minutes left, but Daly finished off brilliantly following a poor Jonathan Davies clearance, and Owen Farrell's conversion saw England home 21-16. Watch highlights and read a full match report on our dedicated Six Nations site.
CJ Stander and Craig Gilroy both bagged hat-tricks as Ireland claimed a record RBS 6 Nations victory over Italy with a 63-10 thumping in Rome.
Ireland set their Six Nations campaign back on track in comfortable style after last week's 27-22 loss in Scotland, with Keith Earls claiming a brace and Garry Ringrose also crossing.
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Wales staged a strong second-half recovery to begin their RBS 6 Nations campaign in winning fashion against Italy at Stadio Olimpico in Rome.
After a slow start, the Welsh triumphed 33-7 thanks to the boot of Leigh Halfpenny and tries in the final quarter from centre Jonathan Davies, plus wings Liam Williams and George North.
Visit ITV's RBS 6 Nations website to watch highlights of the match
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Rugby World Cup winner Joost van der Westhuizen remains in a critical condition after years of battling motor neurone disease (MND).
The 45-year-old South Africa great has been living with the illness since 2011 and was admitted to a Johannesburg hospital on Saturday morning.
His J9 Foundation released an update on his condition on Sunday, saying Van der Westhuizen was "putting up an incredible fight".
The foundation was set up by Van der Westhuizen to aid people suffering from MND.
Van der Westhuizen won 89 caps for the Springboks between 1993 and 2003, helping the team win the 1995 World Cup on home soil.
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