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Nov 9, 2009:  "Rugby is losing its hold on the psyche of the sporting public and less and less care a fig about that." Huw Turner writes
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
Scrum Sevens
Nov 5, 2009:  The latest chapter of England's battle with the Wallabies will unfold on Saturday, we take a look back at the greatest showdowns in Scrum Sevens
Nov 4, 2009:  "The RFU injury report for the period 2002 to 2004 also showed clearly that fewer injuries invariably equated with greater success." John Taylor 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
Nov 2, 2009:  "The ghosts and gremlins of Tokyo made it a black night for the Wallabies as they slumped again." Keiran Smith writes
Nov 2, 2009:  "Fatigue, rather than France or Ireland, will be South Africa's biggest opponent on their end-of-season tour of Europe." Stephen Nell writes
Oct 30, 2009:  "November 7 will be a big day not only for the All Blacks, as they face Wales, but for the oldest of their predecessors." Huw Richards writes
Tom Rees Column
Oct 29, 2009:  "There are concerns that players will forgo the skill of the game in favour of the physical, but people are overreacting." Tom Rees writes
Scrum Sevens
Oct 29, 2009:  As Australia are hoping to complete a Grand Slam tour, we take a look back at those who have achieved the feat in or latest Scrum Seven
Oct 28, 2009:  "The challenge for Johnson is to continue to prove that England are on the rise, no matter who turns up to play." Hugh Godwin writes
Guinness Premiership
Oct 28, 2009:  "It's not on the pitch but off the pitch where French rugby really lacks," Ben Cohen talks to Huw Baines about his French sojourn
Ask John
Oct 25, 2009:  The career of Alfred Wood, The Calcutta Cup and siblings capped by different countries - John Griffiths answers your questions
Scrum Sevens
Oct 22, 2009:  With rising panic in England caused by injuries to Andrew Sheridan and Phil Vickery, we salute the best practitioners of the dark arts in a Scrum Seven
Oct 21, 2009:  "My biggest gripe about the game at present is the undue influence of the referees' assistants." John Taylor writes
Irish Rugby
Oct 20, 2009:  "Healy's progression and scope for improvement means Ireland could have a regular at loose-head for the next decade." Hugh Farrelly writes
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
Oct 16, 2009:  "Walter Vickery, born 100 years ago on 25th October 1909, is unique as the only Wales player whose father played for England." Huw Richards writes
Tom Rees Column
Oct 15, 2009:  "I don't enjoy being injured and would do my best to avoid it, the only way to avoid it completely just isn't an option." Tom Rees writes
Scottish Rugby
Oct 14, 2009:  "I think they both can win this week but it's going to take a lot of effort and a real show of character." Kenny Logan talks Heineken Cup with ESPNScrum
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