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Scrum Sevens
Jul 7, 2011:  On the eve of the Suncorp Stadium showdown, Scrum Sevens celebrates the Reds' transformation from Super Rugby also-rans to potential champions
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Jul 4, 2011:  "Test rugby players who excelled at cricket and tennis, Home Unions in the southern hemisphere and early tourists in France - check out the latest edition of Ask John
Ask John
Jun 20, 2011:  Cap centurions, South Africa v East Africa 1961, Test full-houses, cross-coders and Ireland's William Hall. Check out the latest edition of Ask John
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Jun 17, 2011:  "Being able to play more than one position is a common, and extremely useful, attribute but what remains extremely rare is the ability to switch from pack to backs, or vice-versa." Huw Richards writes
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Jun 16, 2011:  With the Junior World Championships well under way in Italy, Scrum Sevens looks at some of the tournament's star performers who graduated to senior honours
Scrum Sevens
Jun 16, 2011:  Time is running out for would-be World Cup stars to further their claims - we list those who we think have an outside shot of making the big one in our latest Scrum Seven
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Jun 6, 2011:  The most caps in a club XV, France against the Soviet Union, the 1902 Canadian tour and Welsh cap games against the Barbarians. Check out the latest edition of Ask John
Scrum Sevens
Jun 2, 2011:  Stuart Lancaster was this week forced to defend England's increasing reliance on overseas-born players, so Scrum Sevens takes a look at a few who have bridged gaps between nations
Scrum Sevens
May 26, 2011:  With the plight of Saracens' Neil De Kock and Richard Wigglesworth in mind, we've selected a few other players who were forced to share the load in Scrum Sevens
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May 23, 2011:  "The real strength of the Reds is their consistency to play an expansive, attacking and most of all an entertaining brand of rugby." Keiran Smith writes
Scrum Sevens
Apr 28, 2011:  We trail the fortunes of the rugby union legends who attempted to conquer the chosen sports of America or Australia in this week's Scrum Sevens
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Apr 25, 2011:  "Not since May 2004 have the Reds had the better of their rivals from New South Wales, so no wonder Quade Cooper was head over heels." Keiran Smith writes
Scrum Sevens
Apr 21, 2011:  After Toulouse's big news, Scrum Sevens looks at those players who will form part of the south's 'exodus' and what it will mean for their respective national coaches
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Apr 11, 2011:  The Wooden Spoon, Leinster-Leicester Heineken Cup matches and multi-code players. John Griffiths answers your questions in the latest edition of Ask John
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Mar 29, 2011:  "With the World Cup now a mere five months away, there is not enough time to adopt the southern way but that is not necessarily a bad thing for Ireland." Hugh Farrelly writes
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Mar 28, 2011:  "After a promising start to the Super Rugby season are the wheels beginning to come off some of the Aussie provinces?" Keiran Smith reports
Scrum Sevens
Mar 10, 2011:  With Scotland coach Andy Robinson to return to Twickenham for the first time since his axing as England coach, we've dedicated Scrum Sevens to some other difficult reunions
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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
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Feb 28, 2011:  "The Waratahs look ominous but is a 'rebellion' beginning to take hold in Australian Rugby?" Keiran Smith writes
Scrum Sevens
Feb 16, 2011:  After Chris Ashton's Twickenham exploits, we've run the rule over some of the players that have breached the opposition defence on four occasions in Scrum Sevens
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Welsh rugby's first superstar

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Cheika puts ARU in checkmate

Michael Cheika has succeeded in becoming the Wallabies coach under his own terms, writes Greg Growden

The turbulent life of a winger

In the blink of an eye, a winger can go from a hero to villain. Hugh Godwin talks to Zac Guildford and David Strettle about life on the flank

Munster maintain European tradition

Munster, No.8s, the imploding Australians, wonderful Glasgow and Lancaster's dilemma - it is Monday Maul time

Gareth Delve to Japan?