Stade Toulousain beat ASM Clermont-Ferrand in the French rugby league final, 26-20. Having lost last year to Stade Francais, Clermont finished at the top this season but still could not clinch the first trophy in their history.
The Scots took their revenge after losing their first test match in Argentina by winning the second 26-14. The game against the Pumas was marked by emotion, with the Argentine lock Ignacio Fernandez Lobbe playing his final international selection.
"Caveman" Sebastien Chabal is among the 26 players called by French coach Marc Lievremont to play June test matches in Australia. Deprived of key players from the top clubs still busy with the French season, Lievremont opted for 12 new caps.
Irish rugby team Munster defeated French team Toulouse in the Heineken European Cup Final, 16 to 13. It's the second time the club has won the cup, as they defeated another French team, Biarritz, in 2006.
France's international fly-half Frederic Michalak turned down offers from several English rugby clubs to sign a three-year contract with his first club Toulouse, after having spent one season playing for South-Africa's Coastal Sharks.
French Top 14 championship leaders Clermont claimed victory over second placed Toulouse 23-11 and took a five point lead in the standings. International winger Vincent Clerc was ruled out for nine months with a knee injury.
French international prop Pieter De Villiers has announced his retirement after failing to recover from a back injury. In a glittering 13-year career, De Villiers won 69 caps with "les Bleus," lifting 4 Six Nations cups and 5 French league titles.