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Huw Richards is qualified to play for either Wales or England and was only prevented from doing so by being slow, short-sighted, averse to pain and lacking in any compensating talent. Denied sporting success he became a journalist and, after contributing to the demise of several short-lived rugby magazines, was the FT's rugby writer between 1995 and 2009 and currently writes for the International Herald Tribune and the Sunday Herald.
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Mar 10, 2008:  "So Ireland are eliminated, while Wales moved to within a single win of the Grand Slam
Feb 24, 2008:  "At this rate it won't be long before they ask to dump Twickenham and play all their matches on Saturday night at the Stade de France." Huw Richards reviews the latest Six Nations Championship action.
Feb 4, 2008:  "What we do know is that an away win is never to be sniffed at, which makes France and Wales the big winners of weekend one." Huw Richards reviews the opening Six Nations weekend.
Jan 29, 2008:  "If Warren Gatland does nothing else for Welsh rugby, he'll achieve something if he can simply stick around for a fair chunk of that four-year contract." Huw Richards reports on Wales' 6N chances
Jan 29, 2008:  "Mallett has inherited a squad with a reasonably familiar set of strengths and weaknesses, but has a couple of fresh problem areas to address." Huw Richards reports
Jan 21, 2008:  "Only Munster of last year's quarter-finalists have reached the playoff stages this year after a final round which completed the cull of the hardy annuals." Huw Richards reports on the latest Heineken Cup action
Jan 14, 2008:  "Even after last season's near-monopoly and the high provided by the World Cup you would have had long odds on England hosting all four quarter-finals" Huw Richards reviews the latest Heineken Cup action
Jan 2, 2008:  "Balance, compatibility, chemistry
Dec 26, 2007:  As part of our 10th birthday celebrations we take a look back at the highs and lows on the international stage in the last decade
Dec 20, 2007:  Scrum.com reached a landmark birthday earlier this year and as part of our celebrations we take a look back on a decade of domestic battles.
Dec 17, 2007:  "Best to go easy on the indelible ink as yet, but it is certainly possible to start pencilling a few names into the Heineken Cup playoff stages after weekend four of pool matches." Huw Richards reports
Dec 10, 2007:  "Four of the six groups are shaping as three-way battles, while the other two look more like two-way head-to-heads." Huw Richards reports
Nov 19, 2007:  "After making giant strides last year, Wales may be back to the point where it struggles to put somebody into the last eight." Huw Richards reports on the latest euro action
Nov 15, 2007:  "Nobody actually used the words 'peace in our time'...But that clearly was the intended message, and the profound hope." Huw Richards reports from Twickenham on English rugby's big new deal.
Oct 25, 2007:  "Like all good soap sagas, the search for a national team coach to follow Bernard Laporte had a twist in the tail." Huw Richards reports
Oct 23, 2007:  "No tournament is complete without its closing awards ceremony
Oct 22, 2007:  "So much for the IRB World Player of the Year - now the announcement the players will really have been waiting for - the scrum.com World Cup XV" Huw Richards reports
Oct 19, 2007:  "I think we all knew 20 years ago that rugby would never be quite the same again
Oct 18, 2007:  "Come the final of any major international competition and you can sure that some broadcaster will make a mind-boggling claim for the number of people who are watching at that very moment." Huw Richards reports
Oct 18, 2007:  "This is a team that has ridden its luck to achieve something nobody really expected of them
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