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Scrum Sevens
Dec 3, 2009:  As they prepare to storm Twickenham, we take a look back at some of the Barbarians' most significant fixtures in our latest Scrum Seven
Comment
Dec 1, 2009:  "The All Blacks' commanding performance against the French was a triumph for coach Graham Henry and his assistants." Huw Turner writes
Italy 6-20 New Zealand, Milan, November 14, 2009
Nov 15, 2009:  Great occasion. Great stadium. Shame about the rugby, and the refereeing was the general assessment of the All Blacks' latest tour win
Italy 6-20 New Zealand, Milan, November 14, 2009
Nov 15, 2009:  "The preliminaries lived up to the hype. When the San Siro is full it is an inspiring sight." Rob Wildman writes
Scrum Sevens
Nov 12, 2009:  With the All Blacks set to storm the San Siro we take a run through the grounds that have provided grand days out in our latest Scrum Seven
The East Terrace
Nov 6, 2009:  "All players are expected to beg, but if they have any musical or entertainment skills they are advised to consider doing a little busking." James Stafford writes
French Rugby
Nov 3, 2009:  "Can Frederic Michalak finally step up to the plate or will the dearth of quality fly-halves continue to hinder France's potential?" Ian Moriarty writes
Comment
Oct 18, 2009:  "If your opponent is bigger than you, the natural reaction is to get bigger yourself in pursuit of a level playing field." Huw Baines writes
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Tom Hamilton talks to World Cup-winning captain John Smit about life after rugby, his fears over the South African exodus and the World Cup

World Cup markers hammered home

The reopening of the openside debate, a dominant wolf-pack and a sublime performance in defeat - Monday Maul looks at the weekend's talking points

Centurions and Cherry and Whites

The latest Week in Pictures takes in the Rugby Championship alongside the best photographs from around the domestic game

Busting down the door

Amy Perrett, the Australian referee who whistled the Women's Rugby World Cup final after handling only six Tests, talks to Jamie Lyall

Gareth Delve to Japan?