Armitage appeals against suspension

Toulon's Delon Armitage has appealed against the 12-week suspension he was recently handed for directing abusive language at Leicester Tigers fans.
31 December 2014

12-week ban for Delon

Toulon full-back Delon Armitage has been suspended for 12 weeks following a misconduct complaint lodged against him after his club's match against Leicester, European Professional Club Rugby has announced.
18 December 2014

Scrutiny over Castrogiovanni's outburst

Martin Castrogiovanni's expletive-ridden tirade after Toulon's defeat by Leicester on Sunday night is to be investigated, Champions Cup organisers have announced.
9 December 2014

Castrogiovanni speaks his mind about Cockerill

Leicester boss Richard Cockerill refused to be drawn into a war of words on Sunday night following an astonishing verbal outburst by ex-Tigers prop Martin Castrogiovanni after the Italian's Toulon side suffered a 25-21 European Champions Cup defeat at Welford Road.
8 December 2014

Armitage still has the desire to play for England

Steffon Armitage still has a burning ambition to play for England again and believes he is "100 per cent a better player" than when he last represented the Red Rose.
21 November 2014

French teams pick up away wins

There were away wins for Toulon and Toulouse over Ulster and Bath respectively in the day's early European Champions Cup clashes.
25 October 2014

Armitage set to stay at Toulon

Steffon Armitage's proposed move to Bath from Toulon looks to be off after he was named in the French side's squad for their opening European Champions Cup match.
16 October 2014

Armitage's Bath move off, says Ford

Bath head coach Mike Ford says Steffon Armitage is unlikely to join the club as negotiations between the two parties have stalled.
14 October 2014

Sheridan Forced to Retire

Toulon forward and former England international Andrew Sheridan has today announced that he will be retiring from rugby with immediate effect.
30 September 2014

New Toulon deal for Giteau

Australian Matt Giteau has ended speculation over his future by agreeing a new two-year deal with Toulon.
19 September 2014

Should he, Shouldn't he? - Steffon's England Future

As the dust finally settles at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium and the French cheers draw to a close, after European rugby’s showpiece event, attention is still on Toulon, their prolific back rower Steffan and whether he should be picked in the England rugby team.
27 May 2014

England Wait on Mako

Mako Vunipola faces a nervous 24-hour wait to discover whether he can play any part in England's three-Test New Zealand tour.
27 May 2014

Toulon Retain European Title

England World Cup winner Jonny Wilkinson signed off in style from the United Kingdom in his penultimate game before retirement as Toulon comfortably retained their European title.
25 May 2014

TRU Exsclusive with Billy Vunipola - 'Discovery' of the Season

Pace, power and a path of destruction around the field are just a few of the distinct qualities about Billy Vunipola’s game, and all on the shoulders of a young 21-year-old.
21 May 2014

Jonny Wilkinson - What Next for The Perfect 10

“…There’s 35 seconds to go, this is the one… it’s coming back for Jonny Wilkinson; he drops for World Cup glory… “It’s up, it’s over, he’s done it! Jonny Wilkinson is England’s hero, yet again… England have just won the World Cup.”
20 May 2014

Wilkinson Eyes Second European Player of the Year Award

All five of the European Player of the Year nominees come from finalists Toulon and Saracens, with last year’s winner Wilkinson in contention.
1 May 2014

Toulon progress under Wilkinson's consistency

Defending champions Toulon stand just 80 minutes away from retaining their Heineken Cup crown after they edged past Munster 24-16 in Marseille
27 April 2014

Habana: Stander's Irish Switch is a loss to Boks

World Cup Winner Bryan Habana has admitted that the change of nationality for Munster’s South African-born flanker CJ Stander is a real “loss” for the Boks, after the news broke that the forward has now qualified to play for Ireland through residency.
22 April 2014

D'Arcy Eyes Pro12 Glory

Leinster's Gordon D'Arcy insists he'll pursue the Rabo Pro12 with the same hunger he would the Heineken Cup after their quarter-final, 29-14, loss to Toulon. After years of trophy-less seasons, D'Arcy is now focused on securing a second Pro12 title in consecutive seasons.
22 April 2014

Toulon wait on Wilkinson injury

Toulon face a nervous wait to see whether fly-half Jonny Wilkinson will be fit for their Heineken Cup quarter-final against Munster.
7 April 2014