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Oct 5, 2011:  "Scotland have only themselves to blame. They should have beaten Argentina. They could have beaten England. It didn't happen." writes Iain Morrison
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Sep 26, 2011:  "The performance against Romania was a big step in the right direction but we know that we will have to raise our game again for Scotland." Steve Thompson writes
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Sep 16, 2011:  "It was fun while it lasted but the party appears to be over for the so-called minnows of world rugby." Graham Jenkins reports from the Rugby World Cup
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Sep 14, 2011:  "When Richie Dixon parted company with the SRU he promised his wife he would be retiring - but two years on he is coaching in the World Cup." writes John Taylor
Scrum Sevens
May 5, 2011:  With the Rugby World Cup a matter of months away and preparations off and running, Scrum Sevens looks at how the intervening years have treated the underdogs of 2007
International Rugby
Dec 24, 2009:  Huw Richards mulls over some of the fascinating statistics thrown up by the past ten years of international rugby
Welsh Rugby
Sep 8, 2009:  "Did anybody actually believe that the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) and the regions were not going to reach some sort of deal?" Huw Richards writes
Rugby World Cup Qualifiers
Jul 20, 2009:  Canada and Samoa have booked their place at the 2011 World Cup, so we take a look at the other sides still in with a chance of making the cut
Aug 29, 2007:  Check out ESPN Classic's 10 Things You Never Knew About The World Cup...
Aug 29, 2007:  Check out ESPN Classic's 10 facts that you never knew about the William Webb Ellis Cup.
Aug 29, 2007:  "There has never been a more frenzied period of preparation as the northern hemisphere nations try to get up to speed and the southern hemisphere sides try to bring themselves back to the boil" John Taylor reports
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 10, 2007:  Check out PA SPort's team by team guide ahead of this year's Rugby World Cup in France.
Aug 10, 2007:  The Rugby World Cup has grown into arguably the planet's third biggest sporting event behind its soccer equivalent and the Olympic Games.
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 7, 2007:  As the auld enemy were tussling at Twickenham over the Calcutta Cup, Romania and Georgia were competing in Bucharest for the Antim Cup.
Jan 28, 2007:  Preparations for this year's Rugby World Cup continue to gather pace with some of the leading contenders fine tuning their squads ahead of the forthcoming Six Nations Championship.
Jan 25, 2007:  The dawning of the new year means that the sport's next global showpiece is growing ever nearer and excitement is sure to intensify amongst players and fans alike as we build towards the kick off
Jan 25, 2007:  The cast for next year's Rugby World Cup is almost complete with Japan and Georgia the latest sides to book their place at the global showpiece
Jan 25, 2007:  This time next year the dust will be settling on Rugby World Cup 2007, the ticker-tape will have been swept up, mementos will be on offer on auction sites around the world and most importantly the fate of the Webb Ellis Cup will be known
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Cotter sets his Eyes of Ice on Six Nations

The Scotland coach enters his first Six Nations with at least one familiar face to look to for inspiration - Joe Schmidt. He chats to Tom Hamilton

Brunel ready for final Italian job

Italy coach Jacques Brunel spoke to ESPN ahead of his final season as Italy coach and tells of his desire to experiment and evolve

'I don't believe in playing well and losing'

"There's no bull with me, I just tell it straight." Tom Hamilton talks to Warren Gatland in an exclusive interview

A bona fide Welsh great

With the retirement of Adam Jones, Welsh rugby says goodbye to a great player and one of its biggest personalities too, writes Tom Hamilton

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