Tim Swinson believes Glasgow colleague Finn Russell will not let the mistake which cost Warriors victory against Munster put him off masterminding their charge for the Champions Cup knockout rounds.
Edinburgh went top of European Challenge Cup Pool Five with a 23-18 win over Harlequins at the Twickenham Stoop.
Francis Saili's late try booked Munster's place in the Champions Cup quarter-finals as they edged out Glasgow 14-12 at Scotstoun.
New owners have been secured for Bradford, the Rugby Football League has announced.
WP Nel is set to hand Scotland an RBS 6 Nations boost as he prepares to make his return for Edinburgh against Harlequins on Saturday.
Leinster became the first team to qualify for the Champions Cup quarter-finals thanks to a thumping 57-3 bonus-point win over 14-man Montpellier at the RDS.
Gregor Townsend admits he will have failed to transform Glasgow into a true European power if he cannot find a way to end their Champions Cup hoodoo this month.
Sale are being investigated over a possible breach of protocol in head injury management after TJ Ioane completed last Saturday's match against Harlequins despite appearing to show signs of concussion in the first half.
Richard Cockerill says Leicester will "always be in his heart" after reflecting on his shock departure from the Aviva Premiership club.
Glasgow forwards coach Dan McFarland has warned Warriors they will have to match Munster in the passion stakes if they are to keep their European dreams on track.
Tommy Seymour insists he will not waste his time wondering about whether he is due a British and Irish Lions call-up.
Sam Underhill will be eligible for England selection later this year after agreeing a move to Aviva Premiership club Bath.
Alun Wyn Jones could be announced next week as Wales captain for this season's RBS 6 Nations Championship.
George Kruis will be available to start England's RBS 6 Nations opener against France but is set to miss both of Saracens' Champions Cup matches this month.
Peter Murchie admits Glasgow's January schedule could make or break their season.
Former Scotland captain Bryan Redpath is to quit rugby union to take up a job in the financial sector.
England head coach Eddie Jones has won the prestigious Rugby Union Writers' Club Pat Marshall Memorial Award as the sport's personality of the year for 2016.
Scotland flanker Hamish Watson has signed a new two-year deal to stay at Edinburgh until May 2019.
Highland head coach Davie Carson was delighted with his side's return to form after the hard work put in over the festive break, including sessions with a sport psychologist in Inverness.
Aberdeen Grammar recorded a crucial win against Hamilton but head coach Ali O'Connor knows his players are fighting for survival in National 1.
Aberdeenshire kept their promotion hopes alive in National 2 with what coach Alex Duncan hailed as a character win against Biggar in the Borders on Saturday.
England flanker James Haskell's comeback from injury lasted barely a minute as Wasps reclaimed top spot in the Aviva Premiership after holding off a fierce Leicester fightback to secure a 22-16 win.
CJ Stander paid tribute to the hard work of the late Anthony Foley and his fellow Munster coaches after their 32-7 Champions Cup bonus-point victory over Racing 92.
Peter Murchie's double helped Glasgow rack up their fifth straight win as they comfortably beat Cardiff 29-15 at Scotstoun.
Eddie Jones wants England to play a leading role in transforming the RBS 6 Nations into the best competition in the world by showing ambition throughout their title defence.
Gregor Townsend confessed he switched off halfway through Racing 92's Champions Cup clash with Munster after realising the French outfit would be doing Glasgow no favours.
Glasgow head coach Gregor Townsend insists Finn Russell is going nowhere.
Caithness head coach Tom McGee wants his players to use their recent stop-start schedule to their advantage.
Highland head coach Davie Carson hopes recent sport psychology sessions can help his players return to winning ways, starting with tomorrow's National 3 trip to Perthshire.
Orkney head coach Paul Livingstone knows the islanders will have to be at their best at Haddington tomorrow if they are to match National 3's form team.
Second-placed Gordonians take on struggling Carnoustie as the Caledonia 1 action resumes tomorrow.
Aberdeenshire coach Alex Duncan wants to see his players force their way back into promotion contention in National 2 in 2017.