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"He taught me maths poorly but rugby, that was something else."
Ireland fly-half Ronan O'Gara recalls when Ireland coach Declan Kidney was his maths and rugby master at Presentation Brothers College. February 28, 2009
"Knowledge is knowing that tomato is a fruit, while wisdom is knowing not to put it in a fruit salad."
Ireland skipper Brian O'Driscoll gets all philosophical ahead of his side's Six Nations clash with England. February 28, 2009
"I blanked it - it's erased!"
Scotland prop Euan Murray does not have fond memories, or any memories at all, of Scotland's 37-17 loss to Italy at Murrayfield in 2007. February 24, 2009
"It is not a case of being bitchy, it's a case of what is good for the squad."
Wales lock Alun-Wyn Jones reveals the honesty that has underpinned Wales' ascent to the top of the northern hemisphere game. February 24, 2009
"If Shane decides to go, in my mind, it won't be a rugby decision."
London Irish head coach Toby Booth has a blunt view of the rumours linking his fly-half Shane Geraghty to a move to France. February 21, 2009
"I was very fortunate to have two fantastic offers to consider. In the end, it came down to a simple desire to return to Canberra."
Western Force and Wallabies fly-half Matt Giteau confirms he will be moving back to the Brumbies next season. February 21, 2009
"If you drive a big car here you are seen as a bit of a muppet."
Brive and former England hooker Steve Thompson offers an insight in life at the French Top 14 club. February 18, 2009
"I'm delighted with the tries but I'm not snobby, I'd settle for a 3-0 win any day."
Ireland coach Declan Kidney reflects on his side's unbeaten start ot this year's Six Nations. February 17, 2009
"The collisions with Joe and Andy - that's what's rugby all about."
Wales assistant coach Shaun Edwards delights in the bruising exchanges between Wales' Andy Powell and England's Joe Worsley during their Six Nations encounter in Cardiff. February 14, 2009
"We have to sort it out. We have to be whiter than white when we play."
England manager Martin Johnson reflects on his side's on-going disciplinary woes . February 14, 2009
"People have spoken a lot about our style of play but having fight is the premier element in this sport."
France coach Marc Lievremont sums up the reasons why his side lost their opening Six Nations game to Ireland at Croke Park. February 10, 2009
"When Wales start talking about being fitter in the last half hour that would really annoy me as an England player because I have always looked over my shoulder at my Welsh counter-parts and said 'I will definitely be fitter than he is'."
Former England flanker Lawrence Dallaglio believes that England's players should be stepping up their fitness regimes in the face of improved Welsh efforts. February 9, 2009
"Any day you get the better of France is a great day to be enjoyed by everyone. It's a privilege for us to be here."
Ireland coach Declan Kidney delights in his side's Six Nations victory over France at Croke Park. February 7, 2009
"There is lots to improve on as a team but it is nice to be in a winning changing room."
England manager Martin Johnson is happy for small blessings after his side's unconvincing victory over Italy. February 7, 2009
"I think I've learnt my lesson there and I think Mauro will be considered as a flanker...I thought of replacing him after 25 minutes but out of respect I left him on the field."
Italy coach Nick Mallett admits his experiment with Mauro Bergamasco at scrum-half against England was a complete failure. February 7, 2009
"If we can win here then we have a pretty good chance everywhere else we play."
England 7s coach Ben Ryan hints at a strong showing in this year's Rugby World Cup Sevens following his side's victory in the IRB Sevens event in Wellington. February 7, 2009
"I'm more worried than excited."
Italy's 'new' scrum-half Mauro Bergamasco contemplates his first start at No.9 against England at Twickenham. February 6, 2009
"He is in our plans. He has a bright future ahead of him, but I thought it was the right call to play in the Saxons."
England manager Martin Johnson justifies his decision to demote England's golden-boy Danny Cipriani to the Saxons squad. February 3, 2009
"I spoke to my children and thought about what I could leave to them. I've got four children and nine grandchildren but I only played 25 times for Wales so I haven't got enough to go round."
Wales legend Barry John justifies his decision to sell off some personal memorabilia. February 2, 2009