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Tom Rees Column
Apr 22, 2010:  "While the penultimate game of the season was always going to be an important match, few would have predicted it being as big as this." Tom Rees writes
Tom Rees Column
Apr 8, 2010:  "There was a huge amount of disappointment in the dressing room, but I couldn't help but feel elated." Tom Rees writes
Tom Rees Column
Jan 28, 2010:  "My guitar playing has progressed to the point where you can now tell which song it is that I am butchering." Tom Rees writes
Tom Rees Column
Jan 15, 2010:  "I'm already running through my return to contact in my head, and was happy enough with my shoulder to bump our physio into the snow." Tom Rees writes
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Jan 13, 2010:  "If Connacht fail to qualify and the gap between the have and the have-nots in Irish rugby is only likely to widen." Hugh Farrelly writes
Tom Rees Column
Dec 31, 2009:  "Whilst I struggled to do ten press ups, others threw around weights with an embarrassing ease." Tom Rees writes
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Dec 16, 2009:  "They voted to dither while our beautiful game is being burned perhaps beyond recognition." John Taylor writes
Heineken Cup - Preview
Oct 7, 2009:  Arguably the world's greatest rugby tournament returns to centre stage this weekend with the opening round of matches in this season's Heineken Cup
European Challenge Cup - Preview
Oct 7, 2009:  With some of the biggest names to grace the tournament in years set for kick-off, the European Challenge Cup is set to provide a feast of rugby
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The emotional rollercoaster of Kingsholm

"We know where we are going and we know where we want to get but how long that will take is anybody's guess." David Humphreys on his plans for Gloucester

The two sides of the Premiership coin

Jim Mallinder and Justin Burnell were sat on the same top table, but in different circumstances. Tom Hamilton reports on the Aviva Premiership season launch

The rejuvenated PRO12

Tom Hamilton reports back from the launch of the Guinness PRO12 where there is a renewed sense of optimism with all of the off-field changes to the league

No brains, no guts, no glory

So much for the great Australian revival, writes Greg Growden. It now has the potential of going off the rails after the capitulation at Eden Park

Gareth Delve to Japan?