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2010 - Review of the Year
Dec 24, 2010:  100% Pure New Zealand boasts the global advertising campaign looking to lure you to the 'land of the long white cloud' for next year's Rugby World Cup and it is perhaps a fitting postscript for a year largely dominated by the All Blacks
Churchill Cup 2010
Jun 11, 2010:  "There's always an element of nervousness, but the nerves are coupled with excitement." Saracens' Alex Goode talks switching to fly-half and the England Saxons
Comment
May 30, 2010:  "Simply sensational. Leicester and Saracens served up a thrilling, rollercoaster ride of a final at Twickenham that was enthralling from its high-octane start to its stunning finish." Graham Jenkins writes
Guinness Premiership
May 25, 2010:  "It was Leicester and Saracens' first meeting this season which brought home to me the potential problems of coaches chucking their toys out of the pram" Hugh Godwin writes
Tom Rees Column
Apr 22, 2010:  "While the penultimate game of the season was always going to be an important match, few would have predicted it being as big as this." Tom Rees writes
Scrum Sevens
Apr 22, 2010:  Wasps are set to record a huge gate for their St. George's day game this weekend, so we've taken a look at some of the biggest attendances for club games in our latest Scrum Seven
Comment
Apr 21, 2010:  "Scrums are now the biggest blight on the game and it is quite clear that the 'crouch, touch, pause, engage' directive introduced by the IRB in 2007 is not working." John Taylor writes
Comment
Apr 20, 2010:  "There is something fundamentally contradictory about relegation in rugby which makes the emotions surrounding the issue difficult to gauge." Hugh Godwin writes
Tom Rees Column
Apr 8, 2010:  "There was a huge amount of disappointment in the dressing room, but I couldn't help but feel elated." Tom Rees writes
Comment
Apr 7, 2010:  "We all want a fast open game but the IRB is the only body that should be allowed to tinker with the laws." John Taylor writes
Tom Rees Column
Mar 11, 2010:  "France are now not just a strong team, but a competitive squad, full of both experience and youth which will only serve to drive the standards of the team higher and higher." Tom Rees writes
Tom Rees Column
Feb 25, 2010:  "Both are world-class players, but while they will be missed when they leave I don't fear for the club's future." Tom Rees writes
Comment
Feb 21, 2010:  "He is sadly deluded if he thinks he will be an integral part of England's plans for the tournament - no matter how devastating his impact on the Super 15." Graham Jenkins writes
Tom Rees Column
Feb 11, 2010:  "I think it gave us an idea of how the teams are shaping up, but no one looked like they were streets ahead of anybody else." Tom Rees gives his views on the opening Six Nations action
Tom Rees Column
Jan 28, 2010:  "My guitar playing has progressed to the point where you can now tell which song it is that I am butchering." Tom Rees writes
Tom Rees Column
Jan 15, 2010:  "I'm already running through my return to contact in my head, and was happy enough with my shoulder to bump our physio into the snow." Tom Rees writes
Comment
Jan 1, 2010:  The New Year is upon us so it is time for us to dust off the crystal ball and make some bold predictions for the next 12 months.
Tom Rees Column
Dec 31, 2009:  "Whilst I struggled to do ten press ups, others threw around weights with an embarrassing ease." Tom Rees writes
Comment
Dec 16, 2009:  "They voted to dither while our beautiful game is being burned perhaps beyond recognition." John Taylor writes
Tom Rees Column
Nov 26, 2009:  "I've just given it a go, and to be honest I'm not too sure that it'll be topping my to-do list when I finish playing." Tom Rees writes
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