BBC Sport - Rugby Union
London Irish secure promotion back to the Premiership with victory at Championship strugglers Richmond.
La Rochelle host Steve Diamond's Sale in Saturday's European Challenge Cup semi-final at Stade Marcel-Deflandre (17:30 BST).
Reigning European and Pro14 champions Leinster have won eight titles over the past 10 years but how much can you remember of their decade of domination?
Regular matches between club sides across the world will happen "sooner or later", says outgoing Premiership Rugby boss Mark McCafferty.
Team news as ASM Clermont Auvergne host Harlequins in Saturday's European Challenge Cup semi-final at Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin (20:00 BST).
Team news as Leinster host Toulouse in Sunday's Champions Cup semi-final at the Aviva Stadium (15:15 BST).
Team news as Saracens host Munster in Saturday's Champions Cup semi-final at the Ricoh Arena (15:00 BST).
This week's sport on the BBC includes the Premier League, Masters golf, Indian Premier League and County Championship cricket, plus much more.
Worcester's England centre Ben Te'o is to leave at the end of the season, while ex-South Africa flanker Dewald Potgieter announces his retirement.
The outgoing boss of English club rugby urges "people to work together" as the professional game enters a pivotal stage.
Retiring Ulster and Ireland captain Rory Best says that he feels the time is right to step away from rugby as he announces his plans to retire after the World Cup in Japan.
From Grand Slam glory to Heineken Cup heartache, the Rory Best has been through the lot as a player, but how much can you remember?
Worcester centre Wynand Olivier, who won the World Cup with South Africa in 2007, will retire at the end of the season.
Bath director of rugby Todd Blackadder will leave at the end of the campaign to become head coach at Japanese side Toshiba.
Worcester winger Bryce Heem is suspended for the rest of the season for a tip tackle on Sale's Paolo Odogwu.
Israel Folau requests a code of conduct hearing after Rugby Australia ended his contract over a social media post in which he said "hell awaits" gay people.
England's Billy Vunipola is given a "formal warning" by the Rugby Football Union after he defended Israel Folau's social media post.
England scrum-half Danny Care says Billy Vunipola's controversial social media post is not something that will divide a dressing room.
World record-holding race walker Tom Bosworth and Olympic cycling champion Elinor Barker speak out about controversial Instagram posts by Australia rugby union international Israel Folau.
Cardiff Blues coach John Mulvihill says the possibility of Israel Folau being sacked is his own fault after making homophobic remarks.
Ten years on from Bloodgate, Tom Williams, Danny Care and Ugo Monye explain what happened that day and life in the aftermath of a rugby union scandal.
Ex-Wales forward Rhys Oakley reflects on his battle against cancer discovered after he went into hospital for routine ankle surgery.
BBC Sport assesses a potential eight-way scrap for Premiership survival as teams gear up for a nervy run-in.
Departing director of rugby Scott Johnson talks to BBC Scotland about his critics, his switch to Australia, and earning Scottish rugby respect around the world.
Wales' Grand Slam try-scorer Hadleigh Parkes reflects on the match, the celebrations and the aftermath.