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Aug 21, 2007:  We are delighted to announce the dawn of an exciting new era for scrum.com and all its fans following the purchase of the site by ESPN.
Aug 17, 2007:  It is very often said that time flies when you are having fun, and how true it is
Jun 2, 2007:  "Quite what Winston Churchill, the polo-playing product of a football-playing school, would have made of having a rugby tournament named in his honour is anybody's guess." Huw Richards reports
May 25, 2007:  Re-live a busy day of international action with our commentary archive featuring Australia's narrow win over Wales and South Africa's thumping of England.
Feb 21, 2007:  International Rugby Board (IRB) referees' boss Paddy O'Brien says there is no room for coaches publicly criticising referees, and they will be sanctioned for doing so at the World Cup.
Jan 12, 2007:  If you somehow managed to miss it
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