Nov 2, 2007: Leicester welcome back their England contingent for tomorrow's EDF Energy Cup clash with Cardiff - and another World Cup star may soon be arriving at Welford Road.
Oct 31, 2007: The South Africa Rugby Union have confirmed the four names in the running to succeed Jake White as coach of the Springboks.
Oct 30, 2007: Former Springbok John Allan has urged South Africa's World Cup-winning coach Jake White to stay in his role and create history.
Oct 28, 2007: Bath head coach Steve Meehan paid tribute to both side's attacking intent after a 20-14 win over EDF Energy Cup holders Leicester at The Rec.
Oct 26, 2007: Leicester are preparing to make changes as they begin their defence of the EDF Energy Cup at Bath tomorrow.
Oct 26, 2007: Fly-half James Hook will make his first Ospreys start of the season in Saturday's EDF Energy Cup match against Premiership side Worcester at Sixways Stadium.
Oct 26, 2007: London Wasps welcome back flanker Tom Rees to the club cause as they prepare to open their EDF Energy Cup campaign against Newport Gwent Dragons at Rodney Parade on Saturday evening.
Oct 24, 2007: Rugby fans across England and Wales could see some of the returning stars of the 2007 Rugby World Cup in action this weekend with the kick-off of the Anglo-Welsh EDF Energy Cup.
Oct 22, 2007: New Leicester boss Marcelo Loffreda believes the experience he gained at the World Cup will stand him in good stead at Welford Road.
Oct 20, 2007: Leicester head coach Richard Cockerill declared himself satisfied with the defending champions' start to the season after a 28-20 victory over Worcester at Welford Road.
Oct 20, 2007: Outgoing Argentina coach Marcelo Loffreda hailed an ``incredible'' performance from his team after they claimed the World Cup bronze medal with a 34-10 victory over France.
Oct 19, 2007: England's Peter Richards has recounted the agonising aftermath of a record World Cup defeat against South Africa - and revealed that even English newspapers were banned from the team hotel.
Oct 17, 2007: Eddie Jones believes the success of England and South Africa in the World Cup is down to the strength of the countries' domestic competitions.
Oct 17, 2007: Leicester centre Dan Hipkiss could today be handed a place in England's World Cup final team - barely two months after making his Test debut.
Oct 16, 2007: Ben Kay could become a double world champion on Saturday night and he believes it would mean more to him than four years ago when England conquered the rugby planet.
Oct 16, 2007: South Africa technical advisor Eddie Jones is confident the Springboks can clinch the Rugby World Cup but is fearful that England's Jonny Wilkinson may once again scupper his side's hopes.
Oct 15, 2007: Argentina coach Marcelo Loffreda believes his team have captured the hearts and minds of rugby's wider audience thanks to their sensational World Cup campaign.
Oct 14, 2007: Leicester's Richard Cockerill blamed referee David Rose for preventing the Tigers from completing a match-saving counter-attack in the Guinness Premiership match at Vicarage Road.
Oct 13, 2007: Gloucester head coach Dean Ryan was downbeat despite his side beating Sale 31-12 at Kingsholm to remain the unbeaten leaders of the Guinness Premiership.
Oct 13, 2007: Defending champions Leicester are hoping to avoid back-to-back defeats in the Guinness Premiership for the first time for four years when they visit Saracens tomorrow.