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Sep 10, 2009:  "I have not been as nervous about the start of a new season since I stopped playing 30 years ago." John Taylor writes
Scrum Sevens
Sep 9, 2009:  With the Tri-Nations threatening to go down to the wire, we take a look back at some of the closest finishes in world rugby in a Scrum Seven
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
Comment
Sep 8, 2009:  "Will the All Blacks be good enough to snatch this year's Tri-Nations from the Springboks? Yes, I think they probably will." Huw Turner writes
Scrum Sevens
Sep 3, 2009:  With the Guinness Premiership set to kick off we set aside the summer's controversies and take a look at seven players to watch
English Rugby
Sep 2, 2009:  "From hero to zero. Dean Richards' once formidable reputation has been 'burnt to a cinder' by the Bloodgate scandal." Graham Jenkins writes
Guinness Premiership - Season Preview
Sep 2, 2009:  "After a summer mired in controversy and scandal, English rugby's leading protagonists will no doubt delight in the return of the Guinness Premiership this weekend." Graham Jenkins writes
English Rugby
Sep 1, 2009:  It has been another busy summer of transfer activity for those clubs set to battle for the Guinness Premiership crown
Magners League - Season Preview
Sep 1, 2009:  The 2009-10 Magners League season kicks off on Friday, with tournament organisers hoping that this season will see the tournament come of age
Ask John
Aug 31, 2009:  Scotland's oldest international, players capped for three countries and Test caps in the front and back-row - John Griffiths answers your questions
1933
Aug 28, 2009:  "Angered by press criticism after the Boks ground their way to a 17-3 win Osler decided to play the way the critics demanded." Huw Richards writes
English Rugby
Aug 27, 2009:  "The Premiership looks set to weather the storm of unsavoury headlines that have blighted the sport in recent months." Graham Jenkins writes
Comment
Aug 26, 2009:  "'Bloodgate' is now over. 'Quinsgate' is the new and even bigger scandal." John Taylor writes
English Rugby
Aug 26, 2009:  English rugby's Championship was officially launched at Twickenham on Wednesday with a ground-breaking but potentially controversial play-off system offering the ultimate prize - a place in the Guinness Premiership
Guinness Premiership
Aug 25, 2009:  "A mercurial talent who lost his way as Gloucester imploded last season, Lamb is quickly adapting to life in the capital." Huw Baines writes
South African Rugby
Aug 24, 2009:  "Springbok coach Peter de Villiers should do no more than ignore the criticism and continue instructing his side to play to their strengths." Stephen Nell writes
Bloodgate
Aug 19, 2009:  "Dean Richards and Steph Brennan must be devastated. They have been exposed as cheats and have both paid the ultimate sacrifice." Johyn Taylor writes
Interview
Aug 18, 2009:  "It is early days but Jason Robinson has made an assured transition from player to coach at the Sale Sharks." writes Rob Wildman
Comment
Aug 17, 2009:  "More misery on the road has put the Wallabies and coach Robbie Deans in hot water ahead of Saturday's All Blacks clash." Keiran Smith writes
Ask John
Aug 17, 2009:  John Smit's captaincy record, the most experienced Test sides and England's oldest clubs. John Griffiths answers your questions
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