[The Independent] - It is rumoured James Downey will follow the Ulster-bound Roger Wilson back to Ireland while the Gloucester and England No 8 Luke Narraway fancies Franklin's Gardens. Dylan Hartley, like Ashton and six other Saints, will join up with England tomorrow.
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[ESPNScrum.com] - The news will come as a blow to the Saints with star winger Chris Ashton moving to Saracens and back-row Roger Wilson returning to Ulster for next season. Munster coach Tony McGahan is relishing the chance to see Downey back in the red of Munster.
[This is Somerset] Martin Roberts; Alex Waller, Brett Sharman, Tom Mercey, Mark Sorenson, Christian Day, James Craig, Ben Nutley, Samu Manoa. Replacements: Andy Long, Soane Tonga'uiha, Brian Mujati, James Ingle, Roger Wilson, Ryan Glynn, Tom May, Noah Cato.
[Grantham Today] - She turned professional in 1989, working with singer/songwriter Roger Wilson, and then went on to become a founder member of the Poozies. Her playing is known for being lyrical and expressive. The doors at Aslackby Village Hall open at 7.30pm.
[ESPN.co.uk] - Martin Roberts and Roger Wilson of the Northampton Saints talk to ESPN about playing the upcoming rounds without key players. (01:41) February 10, News, interviews and analysis from ESPN's televised matches. ESPNsoccernet Press Pass: 11 February
[Northamptonshire Evening Telegraph] - And with experienced Irish pair Roger Wilson and James Downey moving on, Saints boss Jim Mallinder is pleased to be holding on to one of his senior players. The 32-year-old lock has already passed the 50-appearance mark for Saints and has experienced
[ESPN.co.uk] - (03:21) | Feb 10, Saints to stay strong going back into Premiership Rugby on ESPN : Martin Roberts and Roger Wilson of the Northampton Saints talk to ESPN about playing the upcoming rounds without key players. (01:41) | Feb 10, Marco Wentzel
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - ULSTER have confirmed that Saints No.8 Roger Wilson is set to return to the province ahead of the start of next season. Wilson will sign a three-year deal with the Irish side, who handed him his professional debut in September
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - And with experienced Irish pair Roger Wilson and James Downey moving on, Saints boss Jim Mallinder is pleased to be holding on to one of his senior players. The 32-year-old lock has already passed the 50-appearance mark for Saints and has experienced
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - With the announcement of the departures of Roger Wilson and Chris Ashton, followed by the heavy loss in the Heineken Cup against Munster and finally the drubbing at Bath last weekend, it does appear that the Saints star is on the wane.
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - Munster confirmed the signing of James Downey on a two-year contract and the exit of the 30-year-old follows the news that Roger Wilson and Chris Ashton are leaving at the end of the season. Downey has become a stalwart of the Saints side since signing
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - Narraway, who has just been called into the England EPS squad for the Six Nations, would be viewed as a direct replacement for departing No.8 Roger Wilson. Wilson is returning to former club Ulster for next season, leaving a big void which needs
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - Downey follows Roger Wilson back to Ireland and Mallinder admits it is a blow for the club as they are not only quality performers at the top level, but guaranteed to be at the club throughout the season. “Those two will be hard to replace because they
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - Chris Ashton's exit for Saracens may leave a bitter taste in some mouths, but Roger Wilson's return to Ulster looks, at this stage, a bigger cause for concern for next season. Luke Narraway has been talked of as a replacement and fits the Jim Mallinder
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - Those fans who have been complaining about England call-ups and a seeming lack of new signings to replace stalwarts like Roger Wilson and James Downey, need to keep the faith. In years to come we may look back and say this was the breakthrough season
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - Myler kicked a penalty to the corner and Roger Wilson broke off the drive to get Saints going. Martin Roberts was stopped on the line and Andy Long picked up to dive over for his first try for the club in only his third start in three years at the club
[Stratford Observer] - David Smyth (114th, ), Emma Bexson (120th, ), Roger Wilson (202nd, ) were the others who decided that just one race in a weekend is not enough. This was Emma's fourth race already in She finished 12 seconds ahead of David at a
[Norwich Evening News] - Roger Wilson took the overall honours in both the first and second single-handed series, winning the second race after leading all the way. The first saw Kevin Postlethwaite and Barry Graver fighting it out, Graver succumbing at the last gap
[Luton Today] - But in Phil Dowson, Tom Wood and try scorer Roger Wilson, Saints had players who proved they are among the best in the Premiership. Nutley was given a brief taste of the action as he replaced Wood after 68 minutes and he admits it was a 'great feeling'