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Aug 5, 2009:  "Will the giants of the southern hemisphere be forced into considering players based in the north in the near future?" Stephen Nell writes
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Aug 2, 2009:  Leading Test captains, Cricketing rugby internationals, Jaque Fourie and Aussie Grand Slam tours. John Griffiths answers your questions
Scrum Sevens
Jul 27, 2009:  With Springbok Heinrich Brussow having announced himself as a special prospect we take a look at some star-making turns in our latest Scrum Seven
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Jul 20, 2009:  Quick taps, Wales' surviving All Black conquerors and the Lions' Test ranking - John Griffiths answers your questions
Jul 20, 2009:  "To win big matches you first have to seize the small moments." Keiran Smith writes
Jul 19, 2009:  "Graham Henry had genuine cause for his smug demeanour but rugby rival Robbie Deans' brave face barely disguised his dismay." Chris Barclay writes
Tri-Nations 2009
Jul 16, 2009:  "The battle for southern hemisphere supremacy is set to be one of the most keenly contested in the history of the competition." Graham Jenkins writes
Scrum Sevens
Jul 16, 2009:  In our latest Scrum Seven, we look back at the greatest confrontations between Australia and New Zealand in the history of the Bledisloe Cup
Scrum Sevens
Jul 9, 2009:  After several high profile cases in recent months we take a look back at some of rugby's worst offenders in our latest Scrum Seven
Jun 22, 2009:  "Don't worry about cosmetics, the Wallabies have found a way to stop the ageing process." Keiran Smith writes
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Jun 22, 2009:  Olympic rugby, Welshmen heading north to rugby league and the most tries by a Lions in a Test match - John Griffiths answers your questions
British & Irish Lions
Jun 17, 2009:  With the first Test against South Africa looming, we take a look back at some inspirational Lions performances in our latest Scrum Seven
Scrum Sevens
Jun 10, 2009:  Every winning Lions tour has a hero - just as the losing ones have their villains. We take a look back at some of the Lions' great tormentors in a Scrum Seven
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Jun 8, 2009:  French finals, uncapped Welsh Lions, Manchester Test matches and goal-kicking forwards - John Griffiths offers his latest history lesson
New Zealand Rugby
Jun 1, 2009:  Sonny Bill Williams strolled in wearing his black Barbarians tracksuit and a slight look of trepidation.
Scrum Sevens
May 28, 2009:  The Lions are hoping for an incident-free tour but history shows that this isn't always possible. We take a look at some enduring controversies
Super 14
May 26, 2009:  "The second Super 14 semi-final between the Bulls and the Crusaders at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday was without doubt the best game of rugby I've seen all year." Russell Barwick writes
May 25, 2009:  "With no Australian teams in finals action the focus is now firmly on making rugby 'Super' again." Keiran Smith writes
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May 25, 2009:  Players capped as a back and a forward, drop goal specialists in the Super 12/14, Lions tour openers and FA Cup Final connections. John Griffiths answers your questions
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May 11, 2009:  Ollie Waldron, returning Lions internationals, Super 14 and Heineken Cup winners and penalty shootouts, John Griffiths answers your questions
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