Newport Gwent Dragons are facing Glasgow Warriors on their home turf in the Pro 12.
Angus O'Brien got the visitors off the mark with a penalty, shortly followed by a try from Rynard Landsman. Nick Grigg responded for Glasgow with a brace of tries, both successfully converted by Peter Horne.
Half time score: Glasgow Warriors 14-10 Newport Gwent Dragons.
Sam Davies stars as Ospreys move top of the Pro12 after a 9-13 victory over Edinburgh at Myreside.Read the full story ›
Ross Moriarty has been tipped for "bigger and bigger things" by Wales assistant coach, Robin McBryde following his display against England.Read the full story ›
Newport Gwent Dragons are relocating their last match of the season to avoid a fixture clash with Newport County.Read the full story ›
Wales Women suffered a 63-0 defeat to England this afternoon at Cardiff Arms Park.
England's performance moves them to the top of the Women's Six Nations table, while Wales sit third with four points.
Jamie Goodridge attached a Welsh flag to the back of his paramotor to show his support for Wales ahead of their showdown against England.Read the full story ›
Rugby legends Shane Williams and Adam Jones look back at some of their glory years and forward to this years Six Nations Tournament.Read the full story ›
Wales' interim coach Rob Howley is set to name his starting line-up to face Italy.
Wales play their first match of the Six Nations in Rome on Sunday, with scrum-half Rhys Webb looking a probable starter after two recent appearances for the Ospreys following injury.
Wales have not lost a game against Italy for ten years, and they will be expected to keep that run going at the Stadio Olimpico.
Interim head coach Rob Howley is happy to see Wales slip under the radar in the build up to this year's Six Nations.Read the full story ›
London Welsh said they are "extremely disappointed" by The Rugby Football Union's decision to remove the club from English rugby's professional ranks.
In a statement, the club believe they have met the required criteria to remain in the Championship.
London Welsh is extremely disappointed by the decision yesterday of the RFU to expel the club from the Championship.
The club has worked very closely with Nigel Melville, Ian Ritchie and Angus Bujalski of the RFU for a number of months to meet the criteria for a permanent licence, and the new company [Rugby 1885 Limited] believes that it did satisfy all of the conditions required in RFU Regulation 5 and the Insolvency Protocol.
The club will begin dealing with the ramifications of yesterday’s announcement, before deciding whether to respond further.
The RFU declared Welsh's position in the second-tier Championship "untenable" yesterday after the club failed to convince England's governing body of a sound future financial footing.