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British & Irish Lions
Jun 22, 2012:  The British & Irish Lions will tackle Australia in the first Test of an eagerly-awaited series exactly one year from today - but who will line-up for the elite tourists in Brisbane?
Wales v Australia, Melbourne, June 16
Jun 14, 2012:  "There was no point in questioning referees because you knew they were biased." John Taylor recalls his role in Wales' last victory over the Wallabies in Australia
International Rugby
Jun 11, 2012:  Who got the nod in our Team of the Week? And who was the biggest disappointment? Graham Jenkins casts his eye over a busy week of international action
Jun 5, 2012:  "A new-look tour season will kick off this week but will it be a case of the same old story for the Home Nations?" Graham Jenkins previews the June internationals
Jun 4, 2012:  "If ever Scotland had a chance to beat Australia then it is tomorrow night." ESPN Australia's Russell Barwick analyses the Wallabies' chances against the Scots
Super Rugby
Mar 20, 2012:  James O'Connor's continued excellence and the Reds' resilience are among the things Kieran Smith has learned from the opening weeks of this season's Super Rugby
Scrum Sevens
Mar 15, 2012:  Wesley Fofana now has four tries in four appearances for France, but the Clermont centre still trails the game's fastest starters. Scrum Sevens investigates
Mar 9, 2012:  "Hodgson was not a man to tangle with." Huw Richards rewinds the clock to look at the career of Wallabies legend Aub Hodgson born a century ago this week
Scrum Sevens
Feb 29, 2012:  Geordan Murphy made his 300th appearance for the Tigers on Saturday. This weeks' Scrum Sevens looks at a group of players belonging to the dying breed of 'one-club men'
Feb 20, 2012:  A marathon Super Rugby season is now only days away. Will an Australian province lift the trophy again in 2012? Keiran Smith previews the teams
Scrum Sevens
Feb 15, 2012:  Chabal is off to play in Australia and follows some fellow Europeans in trying their hand in the southern hemisphere game. Scrum Sevens assesses how they fared
Ask John
Jan 16, 2012:  John Griffiths answers questions on English players in Wales, Hugo Porta's final bow and inexperienced England squads in this week's edition of Ask John
Ask John
Jan 2, 2012:  John Griffiths addresses a number of Welsh rugby-related questions, as well as the Test side with the most graduates from the same school in this week's edition of Ask John
Dec 30, 2011:  "With the imminent dawn of a New Year comes our traditional round of predictions for the 12 months ahead." Graham Jenkins gazes into the ESPNscrum crystal ball
The Year in Quotes
Dec 24, 2011:  With 2011 coming to an end, ESPNscrum pays tribute to some epic quotes from the past year. Twitter, whitebaiting and spoiled brats - it's all here
2011 - Review of the Year
Dec 21, 2011:  "This year was supposed to be all about the Rugby World Cup but the All Blacks' glory was over-shadowed by English rugby's annus horribilis." Graham Jenkins reflects on 2011
Quiz of the Year
Dec 21, 2011:  Conversation running a bit dry with the extended family over Christmas? Well kick back with ESPNscrum's quiz of the year and see how many you can get
Scrum Sevens
Dec 20, 2011:  Following an eventful 12 months packed with punches, whitebaiting and Tweeting, Scrum Sevens hands out some gongs to those who have taken the headlines
Ask John
Dec 20, 2011:  John Griffiths looks at All Blacks coaches, Bill McLaren's Scotland's trial, Welsh referees in France and the 'best player of all time' in this week's edition of Ask John
Scrum Sevens
Dec 8, 2011:  With the Varsity Match on Thursday, this week's Scrum Sevens looks back at a group of players who have turned out in both the RWC and the annual clash at Twickenham
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