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League One: London Skolars 42 Coventry Bears 16

Alex Goode has hailed the impact of Saracens’ returning internationals after a dominant 53-10 display against Bath at Allianz Park.

Wingers Chris Ashton and Sean Maitland may have forced their way into British & Irish Lions reckoning according to Mark McCall – after an eight-try romp for Saracens against Bath.

Hackney Rugby Club have won the London North West Three title – despite having their home game with Staines bring ruled as a walkover.

All eyes will be on London North West Three where Hackney Rugby Club could potentially win the title if they comfortably beat bottom of the table Staines.

England’s senior men missed out on a historic back-to-back grand slam after defeat to Ireland – but there was better news for two other England sides.

London Skolars had an afternoon to forget as a last-second try denied them victory on their long trip to Newcastle Thunder.

Hampstead Rugby Club are closing in on their pre-season target of being the most successful team in their history after a 65-17 win at Stockwood Park.

Billy Vunipola is one of two changes for England as they chase history at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.

UCSOB Rugby Club remain locked in a battle at the bottom of Herts Middlesex One depsite a promising performance in the 48-19 defeat to Royston.

England Women have made just the one change ahead of their grand slam decider in Ireland – one of a potential three for the red rose country.

Saracens academy coach Ian Vass believes the Anglo-Welsh Cup has greatly improved Tom Whiteley as a player, despite their cup exit to Leicester Tigers at Allianz Park on Saturday.

Hendon took a massive step in their battle to avoid the drop from Herts Middlesex One with a 38-15 bonus-point success over Old Actonians.

Saracens’ Anglo-Welsh Cup defence came to a bitter end after a 32-10 loss to Leicester Tigers in the semi-final at Allianz Park.

Saracens players were to the fore as England claimed two Six Nations’ titles and set up a possible three grand slams.

London Skolars played their part in a historic day for rugby league – but won’t want to look at the record books too often.

Hendon suffered their worst-ever defeat as they went down 85-12 to promotion-chasing London French.

Haringey Rhinos used speed and guile to rack up a 50-10 over a powerful West London side in Herts Middlesex Division Two.

Billy Vunipola’s comeback from injury is complete after he was named on the bench for England in the Calcutta Cup match against Scotland at Twickenham.

UCSOB Rugby Club remained entrenched in the Herts Middlesex One relegation mire with a 34-20 defeat at Old Actonians.

The early return of Saracens’ Billy Vunipola against Newcastle Falcons following more than three months out with injury, came as a huge boost as they prepare to defend their domestic and European crowns.

Saracens Billy Vunipola has been called into the England squad after coming through his comeback game unscathed after injury.

Saracens picked up a valuable bonus-point on the road with a 35-27 success at Newcastle Falcons – although it wasn’t always as comfortable as it sounds.

London Skolars will face a trip to Swinton Lions in round four of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup as reward for beating Hemel Stags.

Saracens Women have been announced as a founder member of the new Women’s Super Rugby Competition

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