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Jan 9, 2008:  We want to hear your views on this year's Six Nations Championship - and we'll be publishing the best comments as part of our coverage
Jan 7, 2008:  "Heyneke Meyer, who led the Bulls to success in the Super14 last year, is the marginal favourite and will be the first candidate to be interviewed in Cape Town." Stephen Nell reports on the race to become the new Boks coach
Dec 16, 2007:  Crowded House, pavlova, Phar Lap and now Robbie Deans
Dec 10, 2007:  "Four of the six groups are shaping as three-way battles, while the other two look more like two-way head-to-heads." Huw Richards reports
Dec 5, 2007:  "If they do subsidise Argentines to stay at home the Fijians and Samoans will, quite justifiably, demand the same so that they too can upset the old order." JT reports
Nov 24, 2007:  "Woodward's successor has not yet been appointed but he will not be allowed anywhere near as much power under the management of Gerald Davies." John Taylor reports
Nov 8, 2007:  "The 13th season of Heineken Cup rugby kicks off tomorrow night - so isn't it about time the Welsh and Scots turned up?" PA Sport's Andrew Baldock reports
Nov 6, 2007:  Ronan O'Gara, the Heineken Cup's leading points scorer, can't wait to open his 2007/2008 account against reigning champions London Wasps in their Pool 5 opener at The Ricoh Arena, Coventry, on Saturday.
Oct 30, 2007:  This season's battle for Heineken Cup glory promises to be a classic - ahead of the big kick off PA Sport offers a pool-by-pool guide to Europe's premier club competition.
Oct 21, 2007:  "It is difficult to disagree with outgoing International Rugby Board chairman Dr Syd Millar that France 2007 was 'the best ever' World Cup." PA's Andrew Baldock reports
Oct 21, 2007:  Seeking to rationalise Ireland's World Cup debacle, the best explanation head coach Eddie O'Sullivan could produce was the timing of the tournament hindered Six Nations teams.
Oct 20, 2007:  "How they deserve their celebration, for bringing a freshness and enthusiasm that like it or not has shaken up the sport's traditional powers." Graham Jenkins reports
Sep 22, 2007:  "The latest post-mortem will have already begun and it will be a long week for O'Sullivan and co in the face of a media demanding answers - if they have not given up and gone home already." Graham Jenkins reports
Sep 20, 2007:  You might be surprised to learn what number is running through Doug Howlett's mind in the Murrayfield dressing room before the All Blacks face Scotland this weekend.
Aug 29, 2007:  Check out ESPN Classic's 10 Things You Never Knew About The World Cup...
Aug 29, 2007:  Check out ESPN Classic's 10 facts that you never knew about the William Webb Ellis Cup.
Aug 29, 2007:  "There has never been a more frenzied period of preparation as the northern hemisphere nations try to get up to speed and the southern hemisphere sides try to bring themselves back to the boil" John Taylor reports
Aug 29, 2007:  "Despite being handed a place in the toughest pool Irish fans have had reason to hope that France 2007 would see Ireland produce their best performance on the biggest stage." Jonathan McConnell reports
Aug 21, 2007:  We are delighted to announce the dawn of an exciting new era for scrum.com and all its fans following the purchase of the site by ESPN.
Aug 17, 2007:  It is very often said that time flies when you are having fun, and how true it is
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