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Apr 8, 2009:  "The partisan crowds, what was allowed in rucks and line-outs - invariably worked against the visitors." Writes John Taylor
Scrum Sevens
Apr 8, 2009:  With the Heineken Cup quarter-finals around the corner we take a look back at some of the tournaments biggest against-the-odds stories
Super 14
Apr 7, 2009:  "If he was playing cricket and racked up 100 tests before anyone else did, his name now would be Sir David Campese." Russell Barwick writes
Scrum Sevens
Apr 2, 2009:  All the hits, all the big hits. Scrum.com delves into the archives to dig out the biggest and baddest tackles from the world game
Apr 1, 2009:  For France the 1950s in rugby, as in many other areas of national life, was a time of change, transformation and unprecedented progress.
Mar 31, 2009:  "Guy Novès and Stade Toulousain can restore some pride in French rugby." Ian Moriarty writes
Mar 30, 2009:  "I hate it when I have to say I'm sorry or admit I was wrong and up until this week I've never had to do either. So I will do it now - Sorry." Russell Barwick writes
Mar 30, 2009:  "Half way through another Super 14 season and the tournament has sadly lost its shine." Keiran Smith writes
Mar 30, 2009:  "Super Rugby has clearly become a white elephant and ultimately threatens the game in what is widely regarded as the world's leading rugby nation." Huw Turner writes
Ask John
Mar 30, 2009:  Union v League clashes, the origins of the term 'Grand Slam' and the leading scorers in the International Championship. John Griffiths answers your questions
The Rugby Guide
Mar 28, 2009:  An introduction to the basics and terminology of the game of Rugby Union in all its guises - fifteens, sevens and tens
Six Nations Championship
Mar 27, 2009:  Re-live Ireland's Six Nations Grand Slam triumph with our slideshow tribute
The East Terrace
Mar 27, 2009:  "The surviving members of the 1948 Irish Grand Slam prepare for dramatic drop in media bookings." James Stafford writes
Mar 25, 2009:  "If you win a Grand Slam you deserve it - it's as simple as that. Five consecutive wins may not sound like a momentous achievement but history tells us it is." John Taylor writes
Scrum Sevens
Mar 25, 2009:  The Six Nations was a rollercoaster ride for all involved, and here are our top memories as we reflect on a hectic six weeks in the latest edition of Scrum Sevens
English Rugby
Mar 24, 2009:  "They have established a certain familiarity with each other; an essential tightness of spirit and understanding which every team needs." Julian Davidson writes
British & Irish Lions tour to South Africa
Mar 23, 2009:  Lions legend Jeremy Guscott believes coach Ian McGeechan has reason to feel confident ahead of this summer's tour to South Africa
Mar 23, 2009:  As the dust settles on the Six Nations it is time to analyse how the latest battle for the northern hemisphere crown will influence selection for this year's British & Irish Lions tour to South Africa
Mar 23, 2009:  "I am predicting not one Australian team will be in the top six, perhaps not even the top eight, by the end of the year." Russell Barwick writes
Wales 15-17 Ireland, Six Nations Championship, March 21
Mar 21, 2009:  "It puts a final seal on what can now be seen as the finest decade in Irish rugby history." Huw Richards reports from the Grand Slam-witnessing Millennium Stadium
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