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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
Aug 10, 2007:  Check out PA SPort's team by team guide ahead of this year's Rugby World Cup in France.
Aug 10, 2007:  The Rugby World Cup has grown into arguably the planet's third biggest sporting event behind its soccer equivalent and the Olympic Games.
May 25, 2007:  Re-live a busy day of international action with our commentary archive featuring Australia's narrow win over Wales and South Africa's thumping of England.
May 21, 2007:  "It was typical of Wasps that they should keep the best to last, an overwhelming display that left the most consistent and resourceful team in England utterly powerless." Huw Richards reports
Apr 4, 2007:  French and English teams have won nine of the 11 Heineken Cup finals between them - a monopoly broken only by Ulster in 1999 and Munster seven years later.
2007 Six Nations: Wales 27-18 England
Mar 28, 2007:  "The reality is that international rugby still funds the pro game and the TV revenue is a vital part of that so we are stuck with an imperfect format." John Taylor reports
Mar 28, 2007:  "So, another Six Nations Championship is consigned to history - not quite a classic but full of thrills and unexpected twists right up to the final match." John Taylor reports for scrum.com
Mar 19, 2007:  Another RBS 6 Nations Championship is done and dusted
Mar 19, 2007:  The 2007 RBS 6 Nations Championship will be remembered as a title that got away from Ireland's perspective - but they still provided numerous individual stars.
2007 Six Nations
Mar 18, 2007:  "Time perhaps for a permanent embargo on the phrase 'luck of the Irish' - unless, of course, you are talking about cricket." Huw Richards writes
Mar 17, 2007:  Be sure to join us for LIVE commentary of all three RBS Six Nations Championship games today - click here to access our service!
Mar 8, 2007:  Scrum Fantasy League is hotting up with the race for the Six Nations crown set to intensify this weekend
Mar 1, 2007:  Picture the scene, if you would
Feb 23, 2007:  Scrum Forum member Ben Singleton takes an alternative look at the teams that will be running out at Croke Park on Saturday to see how England will fare in the individual confrontations...
Feb 8, 2007:  This weekend the first-ever rugby union international will take place at the impressive Croke Park with Ireland entertaining France in a crucial Six Nations Championship clash
2007 Six Nations: England 42-20 Scotland
Feb 5, 2007:  "Sit in the press box at the Millennium Stadium post-match writing your report and you can be pretty sure of copious unsolicited advice from the fans." Huw Richards reports
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