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Mar 27, 2008:  The draw for the composition of the Pools for future Heineken Cup tournaments will be based on a new merit based ranking structure - the ERC European Ranking.
Mar 20, 2008:  "A bright man and shrewd operator, O'Sullivan was as media savvy as they come - which makes his alienation with the fourth estate all the more mystifying." PA Sport's Duncan Bech writes
Mar 19, 2008:  "This is a work in progress
Mar 17, 2008:  The 2008 RBS 6 Nations Championship was a tournament lit up by Wales as they collected their second title and Grand Slam in four seasons.
Mar 9, 2008:  Five months after Wales' World Cup campaign was reduced to smouldering wreckage on a field in Brittany, the nation can dare to dream again.
Mar 3, 2008:  Australian Rugby Union chief executive John O'Neill believes an inter-hemisphere series has the "potential" to make autumn and summer fixtures more competitive and more meaningful.
Jan 31, 2008:  "My head tells me this should be England's year but Ashton might just be the most nervous of all the coaches this weekend." John Taylor previews the Six Nations
Jan 30, 2008:  The forthcoming Six Nations Championship serves up a feast of action for fans - and in the Six Nations FanZone we offer you the chance to sound off on your team's fortunes!
Jan 28, 2008:  "The bags under his eyes seem puffier, the lines on his brow more pronounced...The Ireland coach is under pressure and the world and its wife knows it." Dave Mervyn previews Ireland's Six Nations Championship challenge.
Jan 18, 2008:  Check out our team by team guide of this year's Six Nations Championship hopefuls.
Jan 18, 2008:  France retained the RBS 6 Nations title in 2007 and Ireland proved worthy Triple Crown recipients - but there was no Grand Slam achieved for a third successive campaign.
Jan 17, 2008:  England's strength in Europe will translate perfectly to victory in the forthcoming RBS 6 Nations Championship, writes PA Sport's Andrew Baldock.
Jan 15, 2008:  Not quite sure how the quarter-final picture is shaping up in this season's Heineken Cup
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
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Cheika puts ARU in checkmate

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In the blink of an eye, a winger can go from a hero to villain. Hugh Godwin talks to Zac Guildford and David Strettle about life on the flank

Munster maintain European tradition

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One down, more to go at the ARU

As Ewen McKenzie exits stage left, the ARU remains under huge pressure, with CEO Bill Pulver feeling the brunt of Australian rugby's displeasure, Greg Growden writes

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