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Rugby World Cup
Oct 10, 2011:  Join Jonathan Harris-Bass and the ESPNscrum team for the latest rugby news and opinion from the Rugby World Cup.
Scrum Sevens
Oct 6, 2011:  World Cup's can be won and lost in the blink of an eye with a tournament hinging on the most pivotal of moments - Scrum Sevens trawls the archives
Comment
Oct 5, 2011:  "Forty games gone - first stage over and time to take a breath before the 'no second chance' knockout phase." John Taylor looks back at the action and previews the quarters
Rugby World Cup
Oct 3, 2011:  Join Jonathan Harris-Bass and the ESPNscrum team for the latest rugby news and opinion from the Rugby World Cup.
Rugby World Cup
Sep 26, 2011:  Join Jonathan Harris-Bass and the ESPNscrum team for the latest rugby news and opinion from the Rugby World Cup.
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Sep 26, 2011:  "It's lucky the Wallabies enjoy a 'challenge', as the battered squad will need to conquer several mountains to win this Rugby World Cup." Keiran Smith writes
Ask John
Sep 25, 2011:  Schools supplying most All Blacks, Dan Carter's goal-kickng success rate and the longest losing RWC run. John Griffiths answers your latest queries in Ask John
Rugby World Cup
Sep 19, 2011:  Join Jonathan Harris-Bass and the ESPNscrum team for the latest rugby news and opinion from the Rugby World Cup.
Rugby World Cup
Sep 12, 2011:  Ireland's manager Paul McNaughton insists his side are capable of springing an upset against reigning Tri-Nations champions Australia
Rugby World Cup
Sep 11, 2011:  "We are only eight games into an epic 48-match schedule at but the Webb Ellis trophy is already brimming with passion, intensity and fierce competition." Graham Jenkins writes
Comment
Aug 29, 2011:  "By breaking their 10-year Tri Nations drought, the Wallabies have proven the World Cup now has another serious contender." Keiran Smith writes
Ask John
Aug 29, 2011:  The first ever RWC match, players who have appeared in four World Cups and the most missed kicks. John Griffiths answers your latest questions in Ask John
Ask John
Aug 22, 2011:  The most experienced Test XV, internationals from Rugby, Eton and Harrow and late changes. John Griffiths answers your latest queries in Ask John
Rugby World Cup Countdown
Aug 21, 2011:  A few lucky journalists have worked at every Rugby World Cup, including veteran ESPNscrum columnist Huw Richards. Graham Jenkins discovers more of his memories
Comment
Aug 15, 2011:  "What is certain is that there is not space for both Giteau and Barnes, meaning one is going to miss out. But who will it be?" Kieran Smith looks at Australia's World Cup options
Scrum Sevens
Aug 4, 2011:  With Australia looking to break their Eden Park jinx against the All Blacks on Saturday - this week's Scrum Sevens looks back at seven classic Bledisloe encounters in Auckland
Ask John
Aug 1, 2011:  Red and yellow cards, the Romanian national side, Test status and Tri-Nations tours to France. John Griffiths answers your latest queries in Ask John
Rugby World Cup Countdown
Jul 23, 2011:  A few lucky journalists have worked at every Rugby World Cup, including veteran ESPNscrum columnist Huw Richards. Graham Jenkins discovers his fondest memories
Comment
Jul 20, 2011:  "I normally look forward to the Tri-Nations with great anticipation, it usually serves up superb rugby but this one will be different." John Taylor writes
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Jul 18, 2011:  "A'weakened' team were out-played, out-enthused and simply out-classed but to suggest it was a second-rate Wallabies team is far from accurate." Keiran Smith writes
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The greatest fly-half of them all

Following the passing of Jack Kyle, Huw Richards pays tribute to arguably the finest player Ireland has produced

The Battle of Ballymore revisited

"When Mike Burton was sent off I thought the world had gone crazy - just Pommy bashing, hitting anyone." Behind the Rose heads back to 1975

Plant trees and let them grow

The time for tinkering is over - England must nail their colours to the mast in key positions, writes Phil Vickery

Gatland should learn from Joe Schmidt

"New Zealand-born Joe Schmidt has forged the Irish into a street-smart, well- prepared side," John Mitchell on the Irish renaissance

Gareth Delve to Japan?