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Irish Rugby
Sep 15, 2009:  "There is no shortage of incentive for Ireland and Kidney to reach the last four, at least, in 2011." Hugh Farrelly writes
Scrum Sevens
Sep 9, 2009:  With the Tri-Nations threatening to go down to the wire, we take a look back at some of the closest finishes in world rugby in a Scrum Seven
Magners League - Season Preview
Sep 1, 2009:  The 2009-10 Magners League season kicks off on Friday, with tournament organisers hoping that this season will see the tournament come of age
Comment
Aug 26, 2009:  "'Bloodgate' is now over. 'Quinsgate' is the new and even bigger scandal." John Taylor writes
Bloodgate
Aug 19, 2009:  "Dean Richards and Steph Brennan must be devastated. They have been exposed as cheats and have both paid the ultimate sacrifice." Johyn Taylor writes
International Rugby
Aug 13, 2009:  "Since Lapasset took over as IRB chairman last year he has worked tirelessly on the campaign for inclusion in the Olympics." John Taylor writes
Scrum Sevens
Jul 9, 2009:  After several high profile cases in recent months we take a look back at some of rugby's worst offenders in our latest Scrum Seven
Scrum Sevens
Jul 1, 2009:  In our latest Scrum Seven, we take a look back at some of the players who have left it late to make an impact in Test rugby
Comment
Jun 28, 2009:  "Both sports have tried to nurture a more representative audience but they are battling decades of tradition." Graham Jenkins writes
The East Terrace
Jun 19, 2009:  "South Africa's preparations for the upcoming Test series against the British & Irish Lions have been dramatically thrown into chaos." James Stafford writes
British & Irish Lions
Jun 8, 2009:  Jamie Heaslip believes there are no 'untouchables' within the Lions squad and not even captain Paul O'Connell is guaranteed a place in the Test team
Scrum Sevens
Jun 3, 2009:  The Lions have put emphasis on goalkicking in 2009 - we take a look back at the the deadliest boots in their history in our latest Scrum Seven
British & Irish Lions
Jun 1, 2009:  Brian O'Driscoll will make a long-awaited return to the famous red jersey of the Lions on Wednesday night when he leads them out against the Golden Lions
Scrum Sevens
May 28, 2009:  The Lions are hoping for an incident-free tour but history shows that this isn't always possible. We take a look at some enduring controversies
British & Irish Lions
May 26, 2009:  "Don't be too surprised if Hook claims the place that his talent demands and plays a serious role in the Test series." Huw Richards writes
Ask John
May 25, 2009:  Players capped as a back and a forward, drop goal specialists in the Super 12/14, Lions tour openers and FA Cup Final connections. John Griffiths answers your questions
British & Irish Lions
May 24, 2009:  Jamie Heaslip's feet have hardly touched the ground since Leinster's Heineken Cup victory and he hopes that feel-good factor will continue as the British & Irish Lions head to South Africa
Heineken Cup
May 23, 2009:  "If there was any doubt before, there is none now. Leinster's victory confirms the 2008-09 European season as the Year of the Irish." Huw Richards writes
The East Terrace
May 22, 2009:  "Andy Powell is to be asked to stop getting fake tans for the next month and to donate money saved to tour funds." James Stafford writes
Comment
May 20, 2009:  "This is the best of weeks and the worst of weeks for the Lions. They will meet their new team-mates but be full of trepidation." John Taylor writes
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