Billy Vunipola has played for Saracens since 2013 and hopes to complete a European and Premiership double this season Saracens number eight Billy Vunipola thanked his team-mates after capping off a difficult month with the match-winning try in the Champions Cup final. Vunipola left the field to boos after helping Saracens beat Leinster to win…

Graham Wagg of Glamorgan celebrates after Surrey’s Ben Foakes is caught by Marchant de Lange Royal London One-Day Cup: Glamorgan v Surrey Glamorgan 323-7 (50 overs): Root 113*, de Lange 58*; Morkel 3-47 Surrey 259 (46.4 overs): J Clark 79, Meaker 50; de Lange 4-63, Wagg 3-46 Glamorgan win by 64 runs Scorecard Billy Root…

Flanker Michael Rhodes scored Saracens’ first try European Champions Cup semi-final: Saracens v Munster Saracens: (12) 32 Tries: Rhodes, B Vunipola; Pens: Farrell 6; Cons: Farrell 2 Munster: (9) 16 Try: Sweetnam; Pens: Bleyendaal 2, Murray; Con: Hanrahan Billy Vunipola scored a late try, was named man of the match and was briefly confronted by…

Billy Vunipola was booed by some supporters when he came on during Saracens’ defeat at Bristol on Saturday Billy Vunipola has been given a “formal warning” by the Rugby Football Union after the England and Saracens player defended Israel Folau’s social media post claiming “hell awaits” gay people. The 26-year-old number eight liked the post…

Billy Vunipola has been warned about his future conduct by Saracens Saracens have warned Billy Vunipola about his behaviour and said he made a “serious error of judgment” defending Israel Folau’s social media post claiming “hell awaits” gay people. England forward Vunipola liked the post by Folau and called for people to “live their lives…

Victory against Saracens moves Bristol 11 points clear of bottom spot Gallagher Premiership Bristol Bears (6) 23 Try: Luatua, Thomas Cons: Sheedy 2 Pens: Sheedy 2, Madigan Saracens (7) 21 Try: Whiteley, Bosch, Adams-Hale Con: Goode 2, George Bristol beat Saracens to boost their Premiership survival hopes, as Billy Vunipola was subjected to boos after…

Folau has the fourth highest total of Test tries for Australia The Rugby Football Union says it does not support Billy Vunipola’s views after the England forward defended Israel Folau’s social media post claiming “hell awaits” gay people. Folau looks certain to be sacked by Australia for the comments. Vunipola, who was criticised for liking…