BBC Sport - Rugby Union
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John Mitchell says his decision to remain living in South Africa will not affect his duties as England's new defence coach.
Wales coach Warren Gatland hopes eligibility rules could be changed to allow scrum-half Rhys Webb to play a part in the 2019 World Cup.
Ireland women's coach Adam Griggs calls up nine uncapped players for the November Tests against the USA and England.
Leicester's interim head coach Geordan Murphy says they did not look like a Premiership side as they lost to Worcester.
England's training camp in Bristol has been hit by injuries to Leicester centre Manu Tuilagi and scrum-half Ben Youngs.
Ex-Dragons centre Adam Hughes, who was forced to retire because of a brain injury, says rugby has not "gone soft" following rule changes that have led to more red cards.
Toulon scrum-half Rhys Webb says he has not given up his "dream" of playing for Wales again after falling foul of selection rules.
Worcester let slip a 37-11 lead, then score in the last minute to beat Leicester at Welford Road for the second year running.
Saracens maintain their perfect start to the Premiership season as they beat Gloucester in convincing fashion.
Defending champions Saracens Women made it three wins from three at the start of the season after a thumping 61-0 victory at DMP Sharks.
Ospreys battle to an ultimately comfortable Pro14 win over Benetton at the Liberty Stadium.
Johnny Sexton, celebrating his 150th appearance, is one of five try-scorers for Leinster as Edinburgh are overpowered at the RDS.
Bath win their first home match of the season as they come from behind to beat Northampton.
Dragons beat Zebre 16-5 in rain-drenched conditions in the Pro14 at Rodney Parade, with tries from Arwel Robson and Dafydd Howells.
Connacht secure a second Pro14 win of the season by beating Scarlets 33-20 at the Sportsground.
Bristol go within one point of Harlequins in the Premiership after a hard-fought win at Ashton Gate.
Wasps came from behind for a bonus-point win at Sale to claim their third Premiership victory in four games.
Head coach Dave Rennie says his Glasgow side received "a good lesson" after losing their 100% record to Southern Kings.
This week's sport on the BBC includes the fifth Test between England and India, World Equestrian Games and the return of the Champions League.
Former head of domestic rugby Keith Russell says Scottish Rugby has not learned the lessons of the failings in governance his unfair dismissal case highlighted.