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Ask John
May 23, 2012:  Check out a Heineken Cup-themed edition of Ask John in the wake of Leinster's record-breaking final victory over Ulster at Twickenham last weekend
May 21, 2012:  As the dust settles on the latest battle for the Heineken Cup crown, we select our Team of the Tournament
Leinster 42-14 Ulster, Heineken Cup final
May 19, 2012:  Can Leinster's latest Heineken Cup success inspire Ireland to an historic victory over the All Blacks next month? Hugh Farrelly looks at their chances
Leinster v Ulster, Heineken Cup final, Twickenham, May 18
May 18, 2012:  The stage is set for this season's Heineken Cup finale between Leinster and Ulster - but who will triumph in the battle for European rugby's top prize?
Leinster v Ulster, Heineken Cup Final, Twickenham, May 18
May 18, 2012:  "The Lazarus-like recovery of Leinster stalwart Brian O'Driscoll tells you everything you need to know about the battle for European club rugby's biggest prize." Graham Jenkins previews the Heineken Cup finale
Apr 29, 2012:  "Pro rugby can work and the fact that Edinburgh proved it is more important than anything else they have achieved this year." Iain Morrison reflects on a memorable Heineken Cup campaign
Heineken Cup Preview
Apr 27, 2012:  "The battle for the biggest prize in European club rugby will resume this weekend with two tantalising semi-finals."Graham Jenkins previews a potentially epic weekend
Heineken Cup Quarter-Finals Review
Apr 9, 2012:  After another breathtaking weekend of Heineken Cup rugby, ESPNscrum reflects on the key moments, the standout XV and the protagonists that have whittled the contenders down to the final four
Ask John
Jan 30, 2012:  Inexperienced England captains, leading clubs at the Rugby World Cup and the career of Clive Shell. John Griffiths answers your queries in the latest edition of Ask John
Heineken Cup
Jan 22, 2012:  "Some may have you believe that the success of the leading Irish provinces is down to a favourable qualification process but don't be fooled." Graham Jenkins survey the Heineken Cup quarter-final picture
Dec 27, 2011:  "As elite referee manager at the RFU Ed Morrison points out, 'Referees don't collapse scrums, players do'." Rowly Williams writes
Dec 20, 2011:  "Harlequins' stunning win away to Toulouse in the Heineken Cup has had pundits pencilling in several of their Englishmen for Six Nations duty." Hugh Godwin writes
Heineken Cup - Round 4 Review
Dec 19, 2011:  "So often the competition delivers the kind of result that reminds us that nothing is set in stone in the battle for Europe's top club prize." Graham Jekins reviews the latest euro action
French Rugby
Dec 13, 2011:  "A two speed Europe beckons, with England's clubs in danger of being left behind their French counterparts." Ian Moriarty looks back at a good weekend for French rugby
Heineken Cup - Round 3
Dec 12, 2011:  "Saracens vied with the finale of a certain TV talent show but luckily Schalk Brits has a fair amount of the X-Factor himself" Graham Jenkins reviews the Heineken Cup action
Nov 29, 2011:  "A new generation is arriving, and playing with the conviction and enterprise that have always marked the Welsh game at its best." Huw Richards writes
Heineken Cup - Round 2
Nov 21, 2011:  "You have to feel sorry for the likes of the Premiership when the Heineken Cup serves up quality and drama at every turn." Graham Jenkins reviews the latest euro action
Scrum Sevens
Nov 16, 2011:  Following another breathtaking weekend in the Heineken Cup, this week's Scrum Sevens looks back at some unforgettable last-gasp moments involving Munster
European Rugby
Nov 14, 2011:  "The Heineken Cup did what it does best by serving up a feast of drama and excitement and the kind of intensity normally reserved for the Rugby World Cup" Graham Jenkins writes
Scrum Sevens
Nov 10, 2011:  Europe's premier tournament returns on Friday with a host of new faces in tow. This week's Scrum Sevens looks at a group of Heineken Cup debutants set to make waves
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