Jersey will host Premiership finalists Leicester in a pre-season friendly for the second year in-a-row in August.
Leicester Tigers have signed France international prop Jerome Schuster to replace the departing Martin Castrogiovanni.
Chief executive Simon Cohen says Leicester Tigers are close to signing a replacement for Martin Castrogiovanni.
Martin Castrogiovanni says he does not have a club for next season, but had to leave Leicester for regular rugby.
Leicester Tigers flanker Julian Salvi believes rest will be a key factor for the Premiership final against Northampton.
Leicester blow away Harlequins with a stylish second-half display to reach a ninth consecutive Premiership final.
England and Leicester Tigers hooker Tom Youngs is named Premiership player of the season.
Leicester captain and former Ireland full-back Geordan Murphy will retire in the summer and join Tigers coaching staff.
Sale take their tally of summer signings to seven with the arrivals of Phil Mackenzie, Andy Forsyth and Dan Baines.
Bath sign Leicester fly-half George Ford, while team-mate Micky Young and Northampton's Martin Roberts also arrive at the Rec.
Wasps winger Christian Wade is nominated for the Aviva Premiership Player of the Season award.
Hooker George Chuter is to be honoured with a testimonial in what will be his 14th season with Leicester Tigers.
Francois Louw's late try ensures Bath keep their hopes of a Heineken Cup spot alive with victory over Leicester.
London Irish sign Jimmy Stevens, Jonny Harris and Alex Lewington from Leicester Tigers on three-year deals.
England fly-half Toby Flood insists he has had no talks about moving to France and "loves" playing for Leicester.
Leicester Tigers guarantee themselves a Premiership play-off place with a bonus-point victory over Wasps.
Richard Cockerill criticises ERC's decision not to investigate a challenge on Leicester prop Marcos Ayerza.
Jonny Wilkinson kicks Toulon into a Heineken Cup semi-final against Saracens as the French club hit back to see off Leicester.
Leicester Tigers boss Richard Cockerill wants his players to embrace the excitement of the Heineken Cup quarter-finals.