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.
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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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Exeter have signed England flanker Matt Kvesic on a three-year deal from their Aviva Premiership rivals Gloucester.
The Chiefs announced that 24-year-old Kvesic would move to Sandy Park for next season.
Kvesic has won three Test caps - two against Argentina in 2013 and one as a replacement when England beat Wales at Twickenham last May - and he will leave Gloucester after four years at Kingsholm.
"We see him as a very good player," Exeter head coach Rob Baxter said.
"I worked with him on the (England) tour to Argentina, where he was outstanding in the way he prepared himself, the way he carried himself and the way he played.
"Young English talent doesn't come on the market all that often, so when it does become available we are very determined to collect some of that here.
"He has got a lot of the qualities we like. He is very hard working, has a very high work rate on the field and off the field he is a good guy, and we feel he has also got a good deal of development in him."
Wasps boss Dai Young delivered a positive fitness bulletin on James Haskell after the England flanker's long-awaited comeback from injury lasted less than a minute.
Second-half substitute Haskell appeared to be knocked out following a tackle on Leicester full-back Freddie Burns as Wasps claimed a gripping 22-16 Aviva Premiership victory at the Ricoh Arena.
He was then helped off, having featured for just 49 seconds in his first appearance since suffering a serious toe injury during England's successful Australia tour last summer.
"He is totally fine now," Wasps rugby director Young said. "He had a real big hit and had a bang on the head, so he has got to go through the protocols.
"It was the best '36-second' comeback ever, so he is having a bit of a ribbing off the boys, but all jokes aside, thankfully he is okay. He took a nasty bang to the head.
"He went in low to make the tackle, and it was pretty much head on body.
"We've all been really eager to get him back on the field, and he's had a big build-up, but he is totally fine, laughing and joking and having a bit of banter."
Luckless England centre Manu Tuilagi will miss the rest of the season with a knee ligament injury, Leicester have announced.
The injury-plagued Leicester battering ram suffered a ligament tear in Sunday's 16-12 Aviva Premiership defeat to Saracens.
Tuilagi has battled severe groin trouble in the last two years and only managed one replacement appearance for England in 2016.
The injury blow to Tuilagi compounds Leicester's sacking of rugby director Richard Cockerill on Monday, with interim boss Aaron Mauger left to help Tuilagi come to terms with his latest setback.
Leicester coach Mauger said:
Unfortunately Manu sustained an ACL injury in the game on Sunday that's going to put him out for the rest of the season," It's looking like a six-month recovery which is devastating for the bloke, he's worked so hard to get back to where he is.
He's absolutely gutted, but we've got a good support team around him, we'll put a good plan in place and we'll see him back on the field early next season.
England have discussed Leicester City's decline this season as they aim to prevent any drop in standards in the wake of a perfect year.
Eddie Jones' men open their Six Nations title defence against France on February 4 seeking a 15th successive victory, having pieced together an unblemished run of 13 wins under their Australian head coach.
To highlight the pitfalls awaiting his Grand Slam winners, Jones has used Leicester's slump from Premier League champions to a team struggling in the bottom half of the table as a warning.
"If you look back at 2016, the two most winning teams in England in terms of complex team sports were Leicester City and England," Jones said.
"We went through the example of what's happened to Leicester and do we want that to happen to us and so what are the things that we need to ensure that it doesn't happen. The players were actively involved in it.
"We've come up with some strategies that we believe will help us overcome any complacency and any tendency to be comfortable and keep pushing forward."
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Former Wales captain John Gwilliam has died, aged 93, his family have announced.
Gwilliam won 23 caps between 1947 and 1954, leading Wales to two Grand Slams - the only Welsh captain to do so - and played in their last victory over the New Zealand All Blacks in December 1953.
A history teacher who became headmaster of Birkenhead School, he played for Cambridge University, Newport, Edinburgh Wanderers, Gloucester, London Welsh, Llanelli and Wasps.