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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
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Jun 23, 2010:  "The standard has been set in terms of performance and expectation and the bar must be raised again." Graham Jenkins writes
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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
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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
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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
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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
Scrum Sevens
May 6, 2010:  Ma'a Nonu's expletive-laden post-match chat with a radio station last weekend kept alive a long rugby tradition of speaking out of turn, the basis for out latest Scrum Seven
Comment
Apr 28, 2010:  "The ways in which Storm's salary cap scandal affect the Rebels will be numerous. The indications are that the Rebels don't want any favours." Brett Taylor writes
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Apr 26, 2010:  "After years of suffering and living in the shadow of their 'noisy' southern neighbours, a Reds revolution in the Super 14 is now underway." Keiran Smith writes
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Apr 12, 2010:  Effects of the five-point try, voting rights on the IRB Council and the youngest Test debutant - John Griffiths answers your questions
Scrum Sevens
Apr 1, 2010:  With the business end of the season approaching and pressure building, we take a look back at seven of the best leaders in the history of the game in our latest Scrum Seven
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Mar 29, 2010:  "On Saturday night, Canberra witnessed the remarkable, inspirational return of a loved son as Julian Huxley made his playing comeback for the Brumbies." Keiran Smith writes
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Mar 29, 2010:  The ball going dead from a drop-goal, a player injured while taking the field and English players in Super Rugby - John Griffiths answers your questions
Scrum Sevens
Mar 4, 2010:  In our latest Scrum Seven we take a look back at some players who enjoyed excellent Test careers but failed to notch a point
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'Coaches coach, players play'

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