Rugby News Feed
BBC Sport Wales assesses the contribution of Sam Warburton to Welsh and Lions rugby as the flanker announces his retirement at just 29.
Cornish Pirates sign New Zealand-born centre Jordan Payne on a two-year deal from Japanese top flight side NEC Green Rockets.
Northampton's Premiership game with Leicester in October is moved to Twickenham in aid of retired ex-Saints centre Rob Horne.
Sam Warburton, the former Wales and British & Irish Lions rugby captain, retires from the sport at the age of 29.
Leicester and England prop Ellis Genge will not play again until the new year after having surgery on his knee.
Wales Sevens' all-time record try-scorer Luke Morgan is returning to 15s rugby with the Ospreys for next season.
New Scarlets centre Kieron Fonotia hopes his decision not to play for Samoa this summer will not cost him his World Cup dream.
Wales name a strong squad for this the Rugby World Cup Sevens in San Francisco between July 20-22.
Wales full-back Liam Williams says he remains puzzled why Saracens team-mate Alex Goode is overlooked by England.
Liam Williams says he hopes to prove his fitness and play his part in a World Cup triumph for Wales in 2019.
Exeter prop Carl Rimmer is grateful to still be healthy having been forced to retire following a training-ground stroke.
Exeter's Carl Rimmer says he is grateful to have a healthy life, despite being forced to retire from rugby union because of a stroke.
Cardiff Blues boss John Mulvihill says after making four international signings their recruitment for the 2018-19 season is over.
England name their men's and women's squads for the Rugby World Cup Sevens in San Francisco from 20-22 July.
Scarlets say no discussions have been held about their backs coach Stephen Jones joining Wayne Pivac's future Wales set-up.
Former Scarlets back Liam Williams believes Wayne Pivac will be a success as Wales coach when he takes over from Warren Gatland in 2019.
Welsh Rugby Union chief executive Martyn Phillips says there were no Welsh coaches suitable to replace Warren Gatland.
Ireland-qualified number 10 Billy Burns signs for Ulster Rugby on a two-year deal having left Premiership side Gloucester.
Wayne Pivac aims to continue the "strong work" of fellow New Zealander Warren Gatland, whom he will succeed as Wales coach in 2019.
Scarlets boss Wayne Pivac will succeed Warren Gatland as Wales coach, the Welsh Rugby Union confirms.