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May 18, 2010:  "If everyone in life called a spade a spade, what would we call Pierre Villepreux, the man credited with the reinvention of French rugby in the 1980s?" Ian Moriarty writes
Heineken Cup - Semi-Final Review
May 2, 2010:  "Harinordoquy's mask was perhaps more Iron Man than Phantom of the Opera if his heroics were anything to go by." Graham Jenkins writes
Comment
Apr 27, 2010:  "What would European rugby and Toulouse be like without the great Guy Noves? Once more this weekend, Toulouse are the bookies' favourites." Ian Moriarty writes
Heineken Cup
Apr 14, 2010:  "Quite how Clermont Auvergne have yet to win a Top 14 or Heineken Cup title is hard to fathom given the strength of their squad." Hugh Farrelly writes
Heineken Cup - Quarter-Finals
Apr 11, 2010:  "The world's greatest club competition rose to a whole new level that left fans and commentators once again struggling for superlatives to reflect the brilliance served up by all the combatants." Graham Jenkins writes
Scrum Sevens
Apr 7, 2010:  Through the years Europe's top competition has thrown up some classic meetings in the last eight, a few of which have made it into our latest Scrum Seven
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Apr 6, 2010:  "The question's hardly new, but then we're still no nearer an answer. What is it with the Ospreys? Google 'Ospreys + enigma' and you'll get 9,800 hits." Huw Richards writes
The East Terrace
Jan 29, 2010:  "Peter Wheeler has resorted to taking long walks alone to try and make sense of the past week's events." James Stafford writes
Welsh Rugby
Jan 26, 2010:  "Evidence from the Ospreys-Tigers match was that keeping up with the Joneses will be tough for opponents." Huw Richards writes
Comment
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
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Dec 22, 2009:  "An eventful weekend proved a fitting finale to a decade of thrilling highs and demoralising lows for Welsh rugby." Huw Richards 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
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Dec 15, 2009:  "You have to worry that Edinburgh and Glasgow will get themselves knocked off the top spots long before the season's end." Iain Morrison writes
Scrum Sevens
Dec 9, 2009:  As it returns to the fore, we take a look back at the figures who have shaped the history of the Heineken Cup in our latest Scrum Seven
Comment
Dec 9, 2009:  "An insane domestic calendar could once again derail the hopes of Top 14 teams in the Heineken Cup." Ian Moriarty writes
Heineken Cup - Round 3
Dec 8, 2009:  Heineken Cup winner Rob Howley believes the next two rounds of Europe's premier club competition will be pivotal in the battle for this season's crown
Ask John
Nov 9, 2009:  Size matters, New Zealand scrum changes and leading Welsh sides in Europe - John Griffiths answers your questions
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Oct 21, 2009:  "My biggest gripe about the game at present is the undue influence of the referees' assistants." John Taylor writes
Irish Rugby
Oct 20, 2009:  "Healy's progression and scope for improvement means Ireland could have a regular at loose-head for the next decade." Hugh Farrelly writes
Scottish Rugby
Oct 14, 2009:  "I think they both can win this week but it's going to take a lot of effort and a real show of character." Kenny Logan talks Heineken Cup with ESPNScrum
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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

Pyrotechnics and battered Wallabies

The latest Week in Pictures takes in photographs from the Rugby Championship, the Top 14 and the southern hemisphere domestic scene

Let's hear it for the selectors

As Ray McLoughlin prepares to celebrate his 75th birthday, Huw Richards pays tribute to the man and the selectors who had the wisdom to bring him into the Ireland fold

Gareth Delve to Japan?