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Jun 28, 2009:  "Both sports have tried to nurture a more representative audience but they are battling decades of tradition." Graham Jenkins writes
Jun 26, 2009:  "Rarely has a picture captured such a significant moment in history so perfectly." Graham Jenkins writes
Jun 26, 2009:  "In the previous 66 series, only eight teams have come back to win the series after conceding the first defeat." Huw Richards writes
Jun 25, 2009:  "I know where he was coming from but, with the best will in the world; it is nonsense to say they 'played very well.'" John Taylor writes
South African Rugby
Jun 24, 2009:  "Rugby has long been used as a force for good." Graham Jenkins visits the Viking Rugby Academy on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast
Jun 24, 2009:  "The one constant running through the history of French rugby is its inherent ability to surprise when you least expect it," Ian Moriarty writes
Scrum Sevens
Jun 23, 2009:  A Lions Test is a rarefied occasion - and not somewhere to have an off day. In our latest Scrum Seven we look at some moments to forget
Jun 22, 2009:  "Don't worry about cosmetics, the Wallabies have found a way to stop the ageing process." Keiran Smith writes
Ask John
Jun 22, 2009:  Olympic rugby, Welshmen heading north to rugby league and the most tries by a Lions in a Test match - John Griffiths answers your questions
South Africa v British & Irish Lions, Durban, June 20
Jun 19, 2009:  "Jim Telfer's speech to the Lions' forwards on the eve of the first Test in 1997 has long been a required text for British & Irish rugby players" Graham Jenkins writes
The East Terrace
Jun 19, 2009:  "South Africa's preparations for the upcoming Test series against the British & Irish Lions have been dramatically thrown into chaos." James Stafford writes
South Africa v British & Irish Lions, Durban, June 20
Jun 18, 2009:  "If they win the first Test anything is possible - if they lose it they are looking into the abyss." John Taylor writes
South Africa v British & Irish Lions, Durban, June 20
Jun 18, 2009:  The eyes of the rugby world will focus on Durban this weekend as the British & Irish Lions and South Africa kick off their three-Test series at Kings Park
Jun 18, 2009:  "That crowd saw a match worthy of its number. It has a good claim to be regarded as the greatest in Lions history." Huw Richards writes
South Africa v British & Irish Lions
Jun 17, 2009:  The wait is almost over. The 2009 British & Irish Lions' tour of South Africa reaches the business end this weekend with the opening exchange in the three-Test series with the Springboks
British & Irish Lions
Jun 17, 2009:  With the first Test against South Africa looming, we take a look back at some inspirational Lions performances in our latest Scrum Seven
British & Irish Lions
Jun 11, 2009:  "There is no point in the Lions being billed as the last great international touring side if the tour itself does not live up to that billing." John Taylor writes
Haydn Tanner
Jun 11, 2009:  "None of them, not even Bleddyn Williams or Cliff Morgan, was a greater player than Haydn Tanner." Huw Richards writes
Scrum Sevens
Jun 10, 2009:  Every winning Lions tour has a hero - just as the losing ones have their villains. We take a look back at some of the Lions' great tormentors in a Scrum Seven
British & Irish Lions
Jun 8, 2009:  Jamie Heaslip believes there are no 'untouchables' within the Lions squad and not even captain Paul O'Connell is guaranteed a place in the Test team
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