Edinburgh picked up their third victory of the Guinness PRO12 campaign after they beat Cardiff Blues 28-13 at Murrayfield on Sunday.
Wales number eight Taulupe Faletau believes his team can recover from their loss to the All Blacks when they face South Africa next week....
"Good nerves" helped England fly-half George Ford on his way to an encouraging display in their 28-9 victory over Samoa on Saturday.
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer and captain Jean de Villiers both applauded their team's performance in their 22-6 victory over Italy.
Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt went to hospital with appendicitis after watching his men beat Australia 26-23 in Dublin on Saturday.
New Zealand captain Richie McCaw marked his 100th Test as captain with a 34-16 victory over Wales in Cardiff, hailing his side's belief....
After an impressive 2014, New Zealand coach Steve Hansen has challenged his team to win an unprecedented back-to-back World Cup.
Just 10 months from the RWC, France coach Philippe Saint-André is concerned about his team's ability to play successive tough Tests....
Paul O'Connell cooled talk of a first double over South Africa and Australia since 2006 meaning Ireland are World Cup contenders.
Argentina showed their experience to hold on for an 18-13 win over France in a low-quality affair at the Stade de France.
England winger Jonny May scored two tries as Stuart Lancaster's side picked up a welcome if unconvincing 28-9 win over Samoa.
New Zealand second row Brodie Retallick has been named the World Rugby Player of the Year 2014 after the win over Wales.
Three tries in the final ten minutes helped New Zealand see off a spirited Wales 34-16 at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday....
Romania fly-half Florin Vlaicu kicked all of his side's points as they got the better of Canada, winning 18-9 in Bucharest on Saturday....
Ireland claimed their second Southern Hemisphere scalp of the month with a 26-23 victory over Australia in a thrilling clash.
Jack Nowell scored two of Exeter's three tries as they beat Wasps 31-15 in their Premiership clash at Sandy Park on Saturday.
Bath moved provisionally second on the Aviva Premiership table after beating London Irish 33-23 at the Madejski Stadium on Saturday.