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Jan 28, 2007:  While referee's have been empowered to slow down the scrum engagement for safety reasons they will also take a dim view of so-called time wasters feigning injury during rugby's Super 14.
Jan 26, 2007:  After the diversion of the final pool stages of the two European competitions last weekend the focus of the 12 Premier Rugby clubs returns to the Guinness Premiership this weekend.
Jan 25, 2007:  Time and tide wait for no man, and for one rugby player in particular, who last season would have been willing time to fly by as his body healed, must now be wishing time would slow down, as he learns the nuances of a whole new ballgame.
Jan 21, 2007:  That three English teams might make the final eight was reasonably foreseeable before the final weekend of pool matches
Jan 21, 2007:  The consensus is that there is no consensus on this year's Six Nations
Jan 21, 2007:  Whisper it quietly, but England might find a key missing ingredient during this season's RBS 6 Nations Championship - enjoyment
Jan 21, 2007:  The boos which swirled around Twickenham in the autumn are not forgotten, but do not be surprised if there is a mood of optimism among home fans when they trek to Rugby HQ for England's first RBS Six Nations match of 2007 against Scotland
Jan 21, 2007:  Scotland go into the RBS 6 Nations campaign with high hopes that few fans would have imagined just one year ago.
Jan 15, 2007:  While the Heineken Cup seeding system means the quarter-final pairings are not fixed until the final whistle of the last match in the pool stage, round five finished with a pretty clear idea of most of the names who will still be involved at that
2006 Six Nations: Wales v Italy
Mar 5, 2006:  This weekend's game against Italy is a very important game for us. We are desperate to perform well and win in front of our home fans, Wales captain Gareth Thomas writes
2006 Six Nations: Scotland v England
Feb 24, 2006:  Former Scotland fly-half Gregor Townsend argues the case for a Scottish win in the eagerly anticipated clash between Hadden's Scotland and Robinson's England
2006 Six Nations:
Feb 15, 2006:  "To be a Welsh rugby follower today is once more to feel the anger and despair that had been refreshingly absent over the past year or so". Huw Richards writes
British & Irish Lions
Jul 11, 2005:  "The 2005 British and Lions tour of New Zealand will go down in history as a truly memorable rugby event - for all the wrong reasons." Andrew Baldock writes
British & Irish Lions
Jul 10, 2005:  A host of explanations can be given for their 3-0 Test 'Blackwash'. But in the final analysis they were just not good enough
British & Irish Lions
Jul 10, 2005:  With the 2005 British & Irish Lions tour now at a close, ESPNscrum looks back at every single match the tourists played while in New Zealand
2005 Six Nations
Mar 23, 2005:  It may not have been the best ever Six Nations - unless you are Welsh - but some players made an impact, writes Jonathan McConnell
2005 Six Nations
Feb 4, 2005:  Former Wales scrum-half Robert Jones believes 2005 could be the year when the men in red finally put past disappointments behind them
2005 Six Nations
Jan 17, 2005:  In a few weeks time Andy Robinson will take England into the Six Nations for the first time and Jonathan McConnell argues that he needs to take a long-term view of success
2004 Six Nations
Mar 11, 2004:  "It is unclear by precisely what route the WRU arrived at the surprise appointment of Mike Ruddock, but for once in a while it has made the right choice", Huw Richards argues
2004 Six Nations: England 13-19 Ireland
Mar 8, 2004:  Clive Woodward will spend the next few days debating the future shape of his side following the defeat by Ireland on Saturday writes Jonathan McConnell
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