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Aug 5, 2010:  Ten years ago this week Australia skipper John Eales stroked over a penalty to beat the All Blacks 24-23. We take a look at some great last-gasp kicks in Scrum Sevens
Comment
Aug 4, 2010:  "The referee, Craig Joubert, had a complete shocker and if anybody was going to carry the can it should have been him, not Cobus Wessels." John Taylor writes
Ask John
Aug 2, 2010:  The players with the most Test wins, Welsh players in Italy, the conversion kick and provincial representation in All Black Teams - John Griffiths answers your questions
Melbourne
Jul 30, 2010:  "Australia v New Zealand breaks new ground on Saturday when it is played at Docklands Stadium, Melbourne, the 21st venue to have hosted the rivalry." Huw Richards writes
Scrum Sevens
Jul 22, 2010:  Alain Rolland endured a forgettable night as the All Blacks routed South Africa last weekend - in a Scrum Seven we take a look back at some other famous ref disasters
Comment
Jul 19, 2010:  "The Wallabies are about to embark on their 2010 Tri-Nations campaign, but are they good enough to break the duopoly held by the Springboks and All Blacks?" Keiran Smith writes
Scrum Sevens
Jul 1, 2010:  It's a quiet weekend in the world of rugby, so here at Scrum.com we've decided to liven up proceeding with a look into the archives to check out a few more big hits and scraps
Irish Rugby
Jun 30, 2010:  "If a third-string Irish side can run the Wallabies to a converted score, a full-strength Ireland must have a genuine shot at victory when it really matters." Hugh Farrelly writes
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
Comment
Jun 23, 2010:  "The standard has been set in terms of performance and expectation and the bar must be raised again." Graham Jenkins writes
Ask John
Jun 21, 2010:  Home Unions against Tri-Nations, the New Zealand Maori's unbeaten run and leading Test players spending time in Italy - John Griffiths answers your questions
Ask John
Jun 21, 2010:  Rookie Aussie front-rows, father/son Springboks, Lions who played international soccer and the 1987 South Sea Barbarians - John Griffiths answers your questions
Comment
Jun 16, 2010:  "I can honestly say I have never seen a more one-dimensional side than England at the moment. It looked as if they were under orders." John Taylor writes
Comment
Jun 14, 2010:  "The Wallabies suffered yet another scrum mauling by the English but delivered a shot of their own through Quade Cooper and their superb backline." Keiran Smith writes
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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
Super 14
May 24, 2010:  "With another chapter of Super Rugby all but closed, who were the stars from an Australian perspective in 2010?" Keiran Smith writes
Scrum Sevens
May 20, 2010:  Take your seats early or you might miss our latest Scrum Seven featuring some of the quickest tries ever scored
Irish Rugby
May 18, 2010:  "Irish rugby is currently staggering towards the finish line of the 2009/2010 season so now seems like a good time to look back on the last ten months of toil." Hugh Farrelly writes
Super 14
May 17, 2010:  "It's revenge time on multiple levels - and the Crusaders are relishing the prospect of Super 14 rugby's toughest challenge." Daniel Gilhooly writes
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May 10, 2010:  Players scoring four tries in a Test for the Wallabies, Samoan-born All Blacks, and the player with the most honours at domestic level - John Griffiths answers your questions
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