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RBS 6 NATIONS 2012 Fixtures

SAT - 4TH FEB 12

14:30 France vs Italy

17:00 Scotland vs England

SUN - 5TH FEB 12

15:00 Ireland vs Wales

SAT - 11TH FEB 12

16:00 Italy vs England

20:00 France vs Ireland

SUN - 12TH FEB 12

15:00 Wales vs Scotland

SAT - 25TH FEB 12

13:30 Ireland vs Italy

16:00 England vs Wales

SUN - 26TH FEB 12

15:00 Scotland vs France

SAT - 10TH MAR 12

14:30 Wales vs Italy

17:00 Ireland vs Scotland

SUN - 11TH MAR 12

15:00 France vs England

SAT - 17TH MAR 12

12:30 Italy vs Scotland

14:45 Wales vs France

17:00 England vs Ireland

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European Challenge Cup

Agen 62 - 7 Rugby Club La Vila

Sale Sharks 9 - 19 Brive

Aviva Premiership - Ashton signs for Saracens after row


England wing Chris Ashton has signed for Saracens from the start of next season after a falling out with current Aviva Premiership club Northampton Saints.

Reigning English champions Saracens stated that he had signed a "long-term contract". It ends weeks of speculation surrounding Ashton's future. He joined Northampton from Wigan rugby league club and featured in England's failed World Cup campaign last autumn.In a brief statement, Saracens said: "Chris Ashton has signed a long-term contract with Saracens, and the England wing will join the North London club at the start of the 2012/13 season." A club spokesman added: "We are obviously especially delighted, but for now, Chris remains a Northampton player. Out of respect for Saints, Saracens will not make any further comment on the matter."

There is speculation that 24-year-old Ashton will be left out of the Northampton side for their Heineken Cup clash against Munster in Milton Keynes on Saturday. It has been reported that Ashton's relationship with Saints rugby director Jim Mallinder has deteriorated. Ashton, who only recently returned to action following a four-week suspension, played against the Scarlets last weekend and he is expected to retain his England place in their Six Nations opener against Scotland at Murrayfield on February 4.

Wigan-born Ashton has established a reputation as one of world rugby's deadliest finishers. He has scored 15 tries for England in just 18 appearances, including four against Italy at Twickenham during last season's Six Nations tournament, while his Northampton record is just as impressive. Since joining Saints in 2007, he has amassed 90 tries from 106 games. That tally includes a National League One record 39 touch-downs in the 2007/08 season, and 30 from 46 Premiership starts.

Eurosport / PA Sport

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European Cup

Clermont 19 - 15 Ulster

Leicester Tigers 33 - 6 Aironi Rugby

Leinster 25 - 3 Montpellier

Bath Rugby 23 - 18 Glasgow Warriors

European Challenge Cup

Exeter Chiefs 31 - 14 Perpignan

Newport Gwent Dragons 45 - 16 I Cavalieri Prato

Lyon 21 - 13 Newcastle Falcons

Petrarca Rugby 6 - 50 Toulon

LIVE H CUP: Northampton Saints v Munster



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European Cup

Edinburgh Rugby 34 - 11 London Irish

Cardiff Blues 36 - 30 Racing Métro

Biarritz 36 - 5 Ospreys

Benetton Treviso 20 - 26 Saracens

Castres 13 - 16 Scarlets

Northampton 36 - 51 Munster

European Challenge Cup

London Wasps 36 - 13 Bordeaux-Begles

Bayonne 92 - 6 Rugby Rovigo

Stade Francais 33 - 10 Worcester Warriors

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