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Nov 18, 2008:  "Let's recall what Brian Ashton did and did not do, and try to learn a lesson on Martin Johnson's behalf." Hugh Godwin writes
Munster v New Zealand
Nov 17, 2008:  A star-studded guest list and a capacity crowd of 25,600 will pack into the new-look Thomond Park on Tuesday night to witness the historic visit of the All Blacks
Comment
Nov 15, 2008:  Wallabies fly-half Matt Giteau took the honours in his head-to-head with England counterpart Danny Cipriani with a clinical kicking display to guide Australia to Cook Cup glory at Twickenham
England v Australia
Nov 14, 2008:  "Twickenham has no visitor more familiar or frequent nowadays than the Wallabies...There was a time, though, when they were seen much less frequently on English grounds." Huw Richards writes
Comment
Nov 13, 2008:  An England-Australia game is, "one that everybody looks forward to" according to England skipper Steve Borthwick and journalists are no exception
Welsh Rugby
Nov 13, 2008:  Welsh international rugby history is sprinkled with heroic failures against the southern hemisphere giants, but that could all change, writes Andrew Baldock
England v Australia
Nov 12, 2008:  With a successful international debut against the Pacific Islands now behind him, England wing Ugo Monye is turning his attentions to the Wallabies
Comment
Nov 11, 2008:  "I just fear that Ireland are undercooked for these next two games and their hopes of a first ever win over the All Blacks are slim." Peter Martin writes
Comment
Nov 10, 2008:  Keiran Smith fires a warning shot to the IRB that they risk losing Test rugby's relevance Down Under
Feature
Nov 7, 2008:  "We had all made the mistake of writing 'journalist' on our immigration forms and we quickly discovered that was a grave mistake." John Taylor recalls an early encounter with Sitiveni Rabuca
The East Terrace
Nov 7, 2008:  "The jersey is considered the worst animal right atrocity in rugby since Stade Francais killed thirty thousand flamingos" James Stafford writes
England v Pacific Islanders
Nov 6, 2008:  England will not lack for leaders when it comes to the crunch this month according to skipper Steve Borthwick. Graham Jenkins writes
England v Pacific Islanders
Nov 6, 2008:  PA Sport's Andrew Baldock lays down the law on dangerous tackles, Wales' player release row and the sparkling Irish back-line
Comment
Nov 5, 2008:  "Look down this England team, Johnson's first selection, and you are struggling to find leaders anywhere. Even the captain, Steve Borthwick, has yet to prove himself." John Taylor writes
World Rugby Competitions
Nov 5, 2008:  In part two of our fact-filled feature Scrum.com brings you all you need to know about yet more world competitions
Comment
Nov 4, 2008:  "Does it matter whether they are competitive in, the Celtic League, the Anglo-Welsh Cup or the Heineken Cup?" Huw Richards writes
Comment
Nov 3, 2008:  "Shouldn't the NZRU and the IRB be just a little concerned by the asset-stripping of New Zealand rugby?" Huw Turner writes
Rugby History
Oct 31, 2008:  "The pursuit of a touring Grand Slam gives a shape and purpose to the November tests that simply can't be managed by the creation of spurious head-to-head trophies..." Huw Richards writes
English Rugby
Oct 30, 2008:  Martin Johnson could terrify opponents just by looking at them - whether it was for Leicester, England or the Lions
World Rugby Competitions
Oct 29, 2008:  In part one of a fact-filled feature Scrum.com brings you a little closer to the silverware on offer around the world on the international stage
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