New Zealand and Australia top seedings for Rugby World Cup Sevens heading into World Series

Follow @RedefinedRugby Fresh from their fourth-successive victory at the Port Elizabeth round of the HSBC Sevens World Series, New Zealand’s men now sit in pole position in the seedings for Rugby World Cup Sevens 2013 in Moscow. Meanwhile, in the women’s seedings, defending champions Australia lead the way, closely followed by England,

Zac Guildford withdraws indefinitely from the Crusaders

Follow @RedefinedRugby Crusaders wing Zac Guildford has withdrawn indefinitely from the Crusaders for the 2013 Investec Super Rugby season to undertake an intensive treatment programme to address his on-going personal issues. NZRU Chief Executive Steve Tew said: "It has been a challenging week for everyone involved, and we are working closely with

Preview: Leicester vs Wasps

Follow @RedefinedRugby Back in: Tom Croft Tom Croft will run out at Welford Road for the first time in ten months when Leicester Tigers host London Wasps. Croft made his return from a neck injury in the league win at Worcester earlier this month and has been named in the Tigers starting line-up. Vereniki

Preview: Harlequins vs London Welsh

Follow @RedefinedRugby Full-back: Ollie Lindsay-Hague With ten players away on international duty, Harlequins have blended youth and experience to face London Welsh in the LV= Cup. Ollie Lindsay-Hague, who was one of five young players to commit their future to the club this week, starts at full-back while Ben Botica and Karl Dickson

Preview: Bath vs Exeter

Follow @RedefinedRugby Starting: Rob Webber Rob Webber makes his debut for Bath as they welcome Exeter Chiefs to the Recreation Ground on Saturday for the third pool match of the LV= Cup. Webber, who joined the club in pre-season, will link up with Charlie Beech and Anthony Perenise in the front-row. Stuart Hooper