September 30 down the years
Pumas maul Ireland
Juan Martin Hernandez gets to grips with Denis Hichie © Getty Images
The feared Pumas pack led their charge into the quarter-finals - as Pool D winners they faced Scotland in Paris - with first-half tries from Lucas Borges and Horacio Agulla doing the main damage on the scoreboard.
Jenkins paid the price for a wretched campaign that was ended by a 38-34 defeat to the Fijians, having only narrowly escaped the ignominy of a Six Nations wooden spoon earlier in the year.
"We are constantly being assured by their rugby officials that this kind of thing no longer happens in Romania," a spokesman said. "We did not take their word for it and were travelling to assess the situation - then they wouldn't let our coach in."
"People on the outside think unfounded thoughts on Toulon." Tom Hamilton talks to RCT lock Nick Kennedy ahead of Saturday's Heineken Cup final against Clermont
Will Genia should lead the Wallabies against the Lions, Joe Tomane to win the final wing spot and Israel Folau at fullback, writes Greg Growden
"Has there ever been such a large disconnect between France's club teams and the international side?" Ian Moriarty weighs up the state of French rugby
"By carrying a Great Britain label to the Antipodes, and getting beaten by the Kiwis, they established a tradition which has lasted to this day." Huw Richards rewinds to 1888