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Scrum Sevens
Dec 9, 2009:  As it returns to the fore, we take a look back at the figures who have shaped the history of the Heineken Cup in our latest Scrum Seven
Dec 9, 2009:  "An insane domestic calendar could once again derail the hopes of Top 14 teams in the Heineken Cup." Ian Moriarty writes
Heineken Cup - Round 3
Dec 8, 2009:  Heineken Cup winner Rob Howley believes the next two rounds of Europe's premier club competition will be pivotal in the battle for this season's crown
Ask John
Dec 7, 2009:  Varsity Match venues, uncapped Barbarians and Rugby World Cup referees - John Griffiths answers your questions
Dec 7, 2009:  "Many are now (rightly) asking how conducive the incentive of actually winning the Test is, when you can get paid for just showing up." Keiran Smith writes
Dec 5, 2009:  "The changes in the physical side of the game go beyond the bruising yet crowd-pleasing increase in collisions." Graham Jenkins writes
The East Terrace
Dec 3, 2009:  "The IRB is to meet with leaders from world tennis to hold talks about a possible merger between the two sports." James Stafford writes
Scrum Sevens
Dec 3, 2009:  As they prepare to storm Twickenham, we take a look back at some of the Barbarians' most significant fixtures in our latest Scrum Seven
Dec 2, 2009:  "The Six Nations is rarely predictable but on the autumn evidence we should all be betting on Ireland repeating their Grand Slam." John Taylor writes
Dec 1, 2009:  "It is right to be angry and concerned when the national side is performing badly, but all this recrimination can get depressing." Hugh Godwin writes
Dec 1, 2009:  "The All Blacks' commanding performance against the French was a triumph for coach Graham Henry and his assistants." Huw Turner writes
Nov 30, 2009:  "Ireland's ever-modest rugby coach would recoil from the suggestion that he is some sort of messiah or saviour." Hugh Farrelly writes
French Rugby
Nov 29, 2009:  "It seems he's big in Moscow, too, although their lingo is causing him the biggest headaches." NZPA's Mark Geenty writes
Nov 27, 2009:  "Fifty-nine years of invincibility ended with the final whistle, and it was to be 29 years before the Boks won again on British and Irish soil." Huw Richards 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
Scrum Sevens
Nov 25, 2009:  Scrum Sevens takes a look back at some of the greatest meetings between the Six Nations holders and the kings of the southern hemisphere
Nov 23, 2009:  "He is on a steep learning curve and his side have done little this month to ease his headache or quell the dissatisfaction." Graham Jenkins writes
Nov 23, 2009:  "I'll go against conventional wisdom and predict that the Boks will finish their season on a high." Stephen Nell writes
Ask John
Nov 23, 2009:  The O'Donnells mystery,the Springboks' Test record and England's worst run against the Tri-Nations - John Griffiths answers your questions
Nov 20, 2009:  "It is easy to forget that England usually do start as second favourites against the All Blacks." Huw Richards writes
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