A Brixham rugby player looked set to score a match winning try on the weekend - until he accidentally dived over the wrong line.Read the full story ›
Gloucester Rugby have announced Jonny May will be out for the rest of the season to recover from surgery.
The winger sustained a knee injury playing against Harlequins at Twickenham, and underwent surgery this week to repair damage to a ligament injury in his left knee.
News | Following an operation on his left knee on Tuesday. Jonny May will be ruled out of the remainder of the 2015/16 campaign.
The funeral of rugby player Lily Partridge has taken place at Exeter Cathedral.
The 23-year-old zookeeper, who was from Topsham near Exeter, collapsed after being injured in a training match earlier this month. She was airlifted to hospital but later died.
Lily was a founding member of the Exonian Ladies Rugby team in Topsham.
Gloucester have set a new record after 13 straight wins in the European Challenge Cup.
The defending champions beat Worcester by 27 points to 13 at Kingsholm tonight, putting them on course for a home fixture in the quarter-finals.
A young rugby player from Devon has died after collapsing on the side of the pitch during a match at the weekend.Read the full story ›
Steve Borthwick has spoken to the press for the first time since linking up with Bristol Rugby as their new forwards coach.Read the full story ›
In rugby, Gloucester clinched a win against Newcastle on the opening night of the premiership season. They won 39 to 27 with tries from Matt Kvesic and Charlie Sharples contributing to the Cherry and Whites' scoreline.
The World Cup may not have taken off for England, but the tournament's impact on the grass roots of the game has been successful.Read the full story ›
The funeral of the rugby player, Dan Hickey, takes place at midday near his home in Bristol.
Dan, who was 25, played for Bristol Saracens Rugby Club and died in an alleged hit-and-run in Clifton at the end of August.
The funeral takes place at St Bonaventure's Church in Bishopston.
While Rugby World Cup fever has got many of us gripped for at least the next month - the sport is being played by more young people than ever across the South West.
That's partly down to a scheme aimed at getting more boys and girls at secondary schools to take up the game.
Three different schools in Torbay have come together to develop their rugby as part of the All Sports Programme.