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May 31, 2007:  England will fly home from South Africa on Monday - and a space rocket wouldn't be quick enough to get them out of town, such has been the dismal nature of this two-week trip.
May 30, 2007:  Brian Ashton will not adopt an excuses culture - despite England's South Africa tour descending to a chronic state of disarray.
May 28, 2007:  England have begun picking up the pieces after a record defeat against South Africa, with scrum-half Andy Gomarsall admitting: "Reality has hit us."
May 25, 2007:  "Suddenly, from the high drama of Twickenham we have moved to the farce of international rugby for the sake of it - or, even worse, just for the money." JT reports
May 25, 2007:  Re-live a busy day of international action with our commentary archive featuring Australia's narrow win over Wales and South Africa's thumping of England.
May 21, 2007:  "It was typical of Wasps that they should keep the best to last, an overwhelming display that left the most consistent and resourceful team in England utterly powerless." Huw Richards reports
May 17, 2007:  "England touched down in Johannesburg this week ready for arguably their most pointless tour of the professional era." PA Sport's Andrew Baldock reports
May 11, 2007:  Will Leicester go on to claim an historic treble
May 10, 2007:  Play-offs might be an artificial way of deciding England's champion club - but there is something wonderfully traditional about the finale in store at Twickenham.
May 8, 2007:  "What a letdown
May 4, 2007:  Ex-England wing Dan Luger has blasted the Rugby Football Union for giving England virtually no chance of defending the World Cup.
May 3, 2007:  With the 22-game regular Guinness Premiership season over, PA Sport rugby union correspondent Andrew Baldock looks backs at the hits and misses of an eight-month campaign.
May 1, 2007:  "It was more or less inevitable that it would not be long before Mike Ruddock returned to rugby union coaching at a fairly high level." Huw Richards reports
Apr 28, 2007:  "The scenes that followed were evidence of a bond that is the strongest reason for believing that Northampton's exile from the Premiership will be shortlived." Huw Richards reports
Apr 26, 2007:  England's trip to South Africa next month looks like being a tour de farce rather than anything tour de force.
Apr 24, 2007:  "Last Saturday was one of those rugby occasions that you feel lucky to have been a part of - I'd put it in my top five as a spectator." John Taylor reports
Apr 22, 2007:  "Given that the Heineken Cup seems on the verge of being derailed by strictly parochial infighting, it might have been appropriate for this year's final to have a local derby feel..." Huw Richards reports
Apr 19, 2007:  It says something about the state of English professional rugby union that a possible players' strike deserves to be welcomed with open arms.
Apr 17, 2007:  "Should anyone continue to doubt that life remains exceptionally tough in the front row, one need only refer them to the announcement that Steve Thompson has been forced to retire at the age of 28." Huw Richards reports
Apr 11, 2007:  "'Disappointment' - it's a great word to use when you are trying to take the moral high ground." John Taylor reports for scrum.com
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