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Scrum Sevens
Aug 25, 2011:  The World Cup will herald in a new group of players who have played in four showpiece tournaments. This week's Scrum Sevens pays tribute
Scrum Sevens
May 5, 2011:  With the Rugby World Cup a matter of months away and preparations off and running, Scrum Sevens looks at how the intervening years have treated the underdogs of 2007
Ask John
Feb 28, 2011:  Chris Ashton's scoring record, Gareth Edwards' replacements and Welsh fly-halves wearing No.10. John Griffiths answers your queries in the latest edition of Ask John
Ask John
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
Ask John
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
Comment
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
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Brothers in arms

The latest Week in Pictures takes in all the action from the weekend when rugby united behind Samoa

Style nothing without substantial pack

The Wallabies showed flair in Dublin, but they still have a way to go if they are to do more than make up the numbers at the World Cup, writes Greg Growden

Ford helps England re-find focus

England broke their losing streak, but this was not them clawing their way back among the best, writes Tom Hamilton

So near yet...

Wales' lessons to learn in defeat by New Zealand are almost exactly the same as those from previous near-misses, writes Huw Richards

Gareth Delve to Japan?