It is 100 years this week since the last international match played in Europe before the outbreak of World War One. Rewind remembers the fixture's longest-living survivor
Red cards, uncontested scrums, end-of-season wobbles and schoolboy errors - the Monday Maul looks back over the weekend's talking points
The latest Week in Pictures includes puffed players, dismissed players and training in the snow
In the history books Munster's defeat of the All Blacks at Limerick in the autumn of 1978 might only be a footnote, but it is still talked about locally and it still rankles in New Zealand. In 2008, Doug Howlett, who was born only 40 days before the game, admitted that in the history of New Zealand rugby "there is that blemish that keeps cropping up".