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# pro14 - Today’s News

Jackman strengthens Dragons pack with addition of Welsh prop from Clermont

Aaron Jarvis is returning to Welsh rugby after a two-year spell in France.

# pro14 - Yesterday’s News

Munster trophy hopes rest on Pro14 as Racing build towards Leinster

Johann van Graan’s men get back to training in Limerick today.

# pro14 - Monday 23 April, 2018

Leinster hopeful McFadden's hamstring injury doesn't rule him out of Bilbao

The winger was replaced at half-time of Saturday’s win over Scarlets.

Lessons and mining vast experience in Leinster doesn't end with place in the final

Leo Cullen has built a team to compete on two fronts and sustaining momentum in the Pro14 could be vital to hopes of hoisting silverware in Bilbao.

# pro14 - Saturday 21 April, 2018

Dramatic late Timoney try keeps Ulster's Pro14 playoff hopes alive against Glasgow

Ulster earned a crucial late bonus point win on Saturday evening as Tommy Bowe bid farewell after his final game at Kingspan Stadium.

# pro14 - Friday 20 April, 2018

Henderson captains Ulster for visit of star-studded Warriors

Jono Gibbes can still push the northern province to a play-off if they can beat the Conference B leaders.

# pro14 - Thursday 19 April, 2018

Herring hopes to see Ulster unleash intensity against Warriors

This weekend sees Ulster play the game in hand they hold over Benetton and if they can take full advantage the play-offs remain within reach.

# pro14 - Tuesday 17 April, 2018

Pro14 expansion to US put on long finger as South Africa link strengthened

Chief executive of the competition, Martin Anayi, wants to reinforce the partnership following meetings in Bloemfontein.

# pro14 - Monday 16 April, 2018

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Meanwhile, Jacob Stockdale added to his extensive collection of intercepts and Connacht struggled to keep pace with Glasgow.

Munster reset and turn their focus to Racing after a successful South African tour

Johann van Graan’s side returned to Limerick after their two-week tour to begin preparations for Racing.

# pro14 - Sunday 15 April, 2018

'We had a number of young lads out there and it's really, really painful learning for them'

Leo Cullen hopes his players can take lessons from last night’s shock defeat to Benetton moving into the business end of the season.

# pro14 - Saturday 14 April, 2018

O'Brien 'a little bit sore around his shoulder' after injury comeback lasts 40 minutes

The flanker was replaced at half-time of Leinster’s shock defeat to Benetton this evening.

Benetton stun the RDS as sloppy Leinster suffer shock defeat a week out from Scarlets

Leo Cullen’s side suffered their first home loss this season and missed the chance to secure a home Pro14 semi-final.

Former Munster director of rugby Rassie Erasmus added to Pro14 board

SA Rugby CEO Jurie Roux has also been appointed.

Eight-try Edinburgh rip Scarlets apart to edge towards Pro14 playoffs

It’s bad news for Ulster.

'That saved us from embarrassment' - Keane pleased to see Connacht spirit despite defeat in Glasgow

The westerners will take the positives after another tough night on the road.

Carbery's rare chance at 10 an exciting backdrop to Leinster's big-game rehearsal

The province can take a big step towards a home Pro14 semi-final tonight.

Molony leads drive of Leinster fringe eager for taste of big days ahead

As Benetton visit the RDS the young lock is intent on giving Cullen and Lancaster reason to keep him in mind for next weekend’s Champions Cup semi-final.

# pro14 - Friday 13 April, 2018

Stockdale seals drab Ulster win on night of protests at Kingspan Stadium

A game low on entertainment delivered a second win on the trot for Ulster.

Connacht battle back, but no match for title-chasing Warriors

Dave Rennie’s side look in rude health as they booked a home semi-final place.

A try within seconds and a long-range penalty: Conor Murray swings victory for Munster in Bloemfontein

Just over a week out from the Champions Cup semi-final, Munster showed dogged determination to beat the Cheetahs.

'Jeepers, I remember the injury at the time and to see what he's done - an amazing story'

Leo Cullen and Jack McGrath look forward to welcoming former team-mate Ian McKinley back to the RDS tomorrow.

Scarlets make wholesale changes with one eye on Leinster - and it could be bad news for Ulster

The Welsh region face Edinburgh tomorrow afternoon.

O'Brien and Larmour back to start for Leinster in huge boost ahead of Scarlets

Leo Cullen’s side face Benetton Treviso at the RDS tomorrow evening.

'I was wondering if I was going to ever experience that winning feeling again'

Tommy Bowe faces his former club tonight in what could be one of the final acts of his glittering career.

# pro14 - Thursday 12 April, 2018

O'Halloran in the clear after citing complaint dismissed

The Connacht fullback appeared before a disciplinary panel this afternoon.

Springbok out-half Goosen returns from 'retirement' against Munster

The 25-year-old comes straight into the Cheetahs’ 10 shirt.

Zebo returns at fullback as Munster mix things up for Cheetahs clash

Captain Peter O’Mahony is also back as Johann van Graan makes nine changes.

'You can't just sit back and think it will happen again': Black intent on leaving Ulster on a winning note

The prop will move on to Worcester next season having contributed to some of Ulster’s better days.

Team taking shape, but individual errors to blame for Connacht struggles, says McKeon

‘I think a lot of lads have to look at themselves.’

# pro14 - Wednesday 11 April, 2018

Tiernan O'Halloran cited for alleged contact with the eye area

A disciplinary panel will convene in Glasgow tomorrow before Connacht travel to face the Warriors on Friday.

'The door is not completely shut': No more slip-ups as Ulster bid to save faltering season

Jono Gibbes has urged his players to build on last week’s win in Edinburgh.

'I’d like to think someone like Jordan Larmour can learn a bit off me as well' - Fergus McFadden

The wing is a veteran of two European Cup wins and putting his experience to use as stars pop up around him.

O'Halloran and O'Brien doubts as Connacht bid to halt losing run

The western province have a single win in the last six games and will end their season against Glasgow and Leinster.

# pro14 - Tuesday 10 April, 2018

Scottish out-half Weir to leave Pro14 for English side Worcester

He departs Edinburgh after two seasons at Murrayfield.

Former Leinster out-half McKinley earns contract extension with Benetton

The 28-year-old has agreed terms on a new two-year deal.

Scarlets snap up a second Cheetahs star for next season

The Welsh region will lose Tadhg Beirne, Scott Williams and John Barclay this summer, but they’ve looked to the Pro14 new boys to bolster their ranks.

Luke McGrath fitness a key to Leinster's Lowe threat

The Kiwi has been exceptional value since arriving from Waikato this season, but Leinster could have to choose between him and Scott Fardy if McGrath’s injury persists.

Leinster confident that Sean O'Brien will see game-time this weekend

‘We are very, very hopeful he is going to be involved this weekend. He knows he needs more minutes under his legs, more game-time.’

# pro14 - Monday 9 April, 2018

Centre Daly back in Leinster training after cruel pre-season injury

The 24-year-old injured his ACL in the first game of pre-season, but could end a nine-month stint on the sidelines this week.

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