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Mar 11, 2009:  "There will be quite a few players biting their tongues this week but privately fuming." John Taylor previews the latest Six Nations clashes
Scrum Sevens
Mar 11, 2009:  As England look to end their miserable discipline problem, Scrum.com delves into the archives to check out the worst offenders from the world of rugby
British & Irish Lions
Mar 6, 2009:  "It will need huge defence, claustrophobic defence, getting right up in their faces." Former Lions prop Paul Wallace tells Scrum.com how to beat South Africa
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Mar 5, 2009:  "This was a wake-up call not a disaster - Wales can still win the Championship and end the season stronger as a team if they learn from the mistakes in Paris." John Taylor writes
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Feb 25, 2009:  "It looks to me as if Lievremont is going for all out attack and if they are to beat Wales it has to be the all running, all buzzing France." John Taylor writes
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Feb 18, 2009:  "Martin Johnson did himself no favours with his claim that England are currently suffering from a 'perception issue' with referees about killing the ball at breakdowns." John Taylor writes
Six Nations Championship
Feb 12, 2009:  Has Captain Courageous disappeared under the weight of the task he has inherited?
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Feb 6, 2009:  "Can Declan Kidney add those few missing ingredients and net the Irish their first title since 1985?" Peter Martin writes
1909
Feb 6, 2009:  "Saturday's meeting between Ireland and France at Croke Park will mark the 100th anniversary of their first meeting." Huw Richards writes
Six Nations Championship Preview
Feb 5, 2009:  "It ought to be a fairly predictable tournament but this is the Six Nations and nothing ever goes completely to form." John Taylor previews the Six Nations
Six Nations Championship Betting Preview
Feb 4, 2009:  Which team is the best bet for this year's Six Nations crown? Simon Cambers offers a betting guide to this year's Championship
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Jan 28, 2009:  "Nobody on the coaching/management side is preoccupied with the captaincy because they know in all probability it will be a case of natural selection." John Taylor writes
1912
Jan 23, 2009:  Tennis star Andy Murray is hoping to follow in the footsteps of an Irish rugby player as he pursues the Australian title at Melbourne. Huw Richards writes
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Jan 11, 2009:  The dawning of a new year is not only a time for resolutions but also predictions so while considering how to counter the excesses of the festive period check out our picks for 2009
Irish Rugby
Dec 23, 2008:  A reflective glance at the state of Irish rugby and you would have to say that the powers-that-be should be pleased with what they have seen so far this season
The East Terrace
Dec 5, 2008:  "You cannot please the All Blacks when it comes to the haka." James Stafford reveals this and other lessons from the latest international feast
British and Irish Lions
Nov 30, 2008:  This month's Internationals have given rugby fans some pointers as to potential Lions tourists
Munster v New Zealand
Nov 17, 2008:  A star-studded guest list and a capacity crowd of 25,600 will pack into the new-look Thomond Park on Tuesday night to witness the historic visit of the All Blacks
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Oct 9, 2008:  "Munster have been there and done it so often in the Heineken Cup, they could open a T-shirt factory" PA Sport's Andrew Baldock writes
European Rugby
Oct 3, 2008:  Players from around the world will light up this season's Heineken Cup as European rugby's flagship club tournament embarks on its 14th season
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