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Mar 7, 2008:  With the announcement Wednesday that USA Rugby will officially go ahead with plans for a professional sevens tournament in Las Vegas later this year, top-side amateurs around the country will anticipate their crack at a US$1,000,000 prize and the
Mar 6, 2008:  The Blues' unbeaten Super 14 rugby record goes on the line on Sunday, when they play the Sharks in steamy Durban, with coach David Nucifora expecting their undefeated hosts to turn up the heat.
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.
Feb 24, 2008:  A second week down in rugby's Super 14 and the Crusaders and Blues are still playing a different game to everyone else
Feb 13, 2008:  "They hope the advertising campaign's positive spin encapsulates the mood of the rugby fan disillusioned on multiple fronts in 2007, particularly around October in Cardiff." NZPA's Chris Barclay reports
Feb 12, 2008:  The southern hemisphere's showpiece provincial competition, the Super 14, gets underway this weekend and while the action promises to be as fierce as ever, the spotlight will focus on the Experimental Law Variations (ELVs).
Jan 28, 2008:  "Through his work to grow rugby in a country where baseball diamonds and American football's gridiron debauchery are kings, he concedes efforts are only just beginning." Brian Spegele reports for Scrum.com
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 14, 2007:  Unwanted one week and much sought after the next, Robbie Deans will be a busy man next rugby season.
Dec 7, 2007:  New Zealand rugby history was twisted on its head today when Graham Henry was asked to redeem himself as All Blacks coach.
Dec 4, 2007:  Sanzar today confirmed its intention to "supercharge Super 14 rugby", and hopes the new law variations will also spice up next year's Tri-Nations series.
Nov 27, 2007:  Only four candidates - Graham Henry, Robbie Deans, Colin Cooper and Ian Foster - are in the race for the much-prized position of All Blacks coach.
Nov 24, 2007:  Stay on top of the action with our LIVE updates from all this weekend's Guinness Premiership and Magners League matches - don't miss a thing!
Nov 23, 2007:  "In all likelihood, Graham Henry is set to enjoy his last weekend with the title All Blacks rugby coach." NZPA's Daniel Gilhooly reports from New Zealand
Nov 8, 2007:  "Remember the time when you barely heard the referee during a rugby match, when there was space in midfield, tries galore and games were rarely decided by penalties?" John Taylor reports
Oct 31, 2007:  "Youth is usually considered no substitute for experience -- unless you coach a New Zealand Super 14 rugby side." NZPA's Chris Barclay reports
Oct 24, 2007:  "South Africa faces an anxious wait to see whether the Springbok team that won the World Cup will be kept together or ripped apart." Stephen Nell reports
Oct 9, 2007:  Wayne Barnes has been defended by referees' chief Paddy O'Brien amid fierce criticism of his performance in the quarter-final between France and New Zealand.
Oct 4, 2007:  "It's been fantastic for rugby in terms of seeing the lesser nations grow in stature and become quite competitive." Jonah Lomu talks to scrum.com
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