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Feb 14, 2011:  Unofficial world champions, Lions captains who switched codes and England youngest front-row. John Griffiths answers your queries in the latest edition of Ask John
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Jan 17, 2011:  Unofficial world champions, Albert Ferrasse, schools with most Lions, France in red and Challenge Cup red cards - John Griffiths answers your latest questions
2010 - Review of the Year
Dec 24, 2010:  100% Pure New Zealand boasts the global advertising campaign looking to lure you to the 'land of the long white cloud' for next year's Rugby World Cup and it is perhaps a fitting postscript for a year largely dominated by the All Blacks
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Dec 8, 2010:  "I would hate to see scrummaging sidelined at next year's World Cup and there is a real danger of that happening." John Taylor writes
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Nov 8, 2010:  'World champions' of the past, the record Test-winning run and the most ex-rugby league stars in a Test side - John Griffiths answers your questions
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Oct 25, 2010:  "Test appearance records, the ruthless All Blacks and the youngest Test player ever." John Griffiths reveals the answers
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Aug 16, 2010:  The oldest surviving Tri-Nations players, the first players to notch 50 Test wins, Ireland's George Bradshaw and Test twins - John Griffiths answers your questions
International Rugby
Jun 27, 2010:  The Tri-Nations is looming on the horizon and the southern hemisphere superpowers have a pretty good idea where the balance of power lies in world rugby
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Jun 13, 2010:  "In a blistering opening South Africa hit France with a deadly mix of power and pace to deliver the most emphatic reminder of where the balance of power resides in world rugby." Graham Jenkins writes
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Jun 8, 2010:  "If the Pumas are allowed to jog from set-piece to set-piece play they will squeeze the life out of the Scots, especially at the breakdown." Iain Morrison writes
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Mar 29, 2010:  The ball going dead from a drop-goal, a player injured while taking the field and English players in Super Rugby - John Griffiths answers your questions
Scrum Sevens
Jan 20, 2010:  With Warren Gatland taking a gamble on some stars of the future, we take a look back at some teenage sensations in our latest Scrum Seven
2009 - The year in review
Dec 24, 2009:  "Rugby union has hit the heights and plumbed the depths with alarming regularity in the last 12 months," Graham Jenkins reviews the year
International Rugby
Dec 24, 2009:  Huw Richards mulls over some of the fascinating statistics thrown up by the past ten years of international rugby
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Dec 16, 2009:  "They voted to dither while our beautiful game is being burned perhaps beyond recognition." John Taylor writes
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Nov 23, 2009:  The O'Donnells mystery,the Springboks' Test record and England's worst run against the Tri-Nations - John Griffiths answers your questions
Scrum Sevens
Nov 12, 2009:  With the All Blacks set to storm the San Siro we take a run through the grounds that have provided grand days out in our latest Scrum Seven
1949
Nov 10, 2009:  "Few have crammed more into a year than Barry Holmes did in 1949. He played for two countries, got married and died." Huw Richards writes
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Oct 25, 2009:  The career of Alfred Wood, The Calcutta Cup and siblings capped by different countries - John Griffiths answers your questions
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Oct 14, 2009:  "It has been a long hard road to this point and has included more than one false dawn but rugby is finally set to return to the Olympic family." Graham Jenkins writes
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