Apr 21, 2007: New Zealand blew away a powerful South African side 31-7 with fast-paced, high intensity rugby to win the world under-19 championship in Belfast on Saturday.
Apr 19, 2007: It says something about the state of English professional rugby union that a possible players' strike deserves to be welcomed with open arms.
Apr 17, 2007: "Should anyone continue to doubt that life remains exceptionally tough in the front row, one need only refer them to the announcement that Steve Thompson has been forced to retire at the age of 28." Huw Richards reports
Apr 15, 2007: Three New Zealand teams stand in the Super 14 rugby competition's top four but they will all be wary of the Sharks circling among them.
Apr 12, 2007: The Wallabies could follow the lead of All Blacks halfback Piri Weepu and turn to retired league superstar Andrew Johns for advice in rugby World Cup year.
Apr 11, 2007: "'Disappointment' - it's a great word to use when you are trying to take the moral high ground." John Taylor reports for scrum.com
Apr 8, 2007: Leeds Tykes director of rugby Stuart Lancaster insists his side will enhance the Premiership next season after they bounced straight back to the top flight as champions.
Apr 8, 2007: You might as well pencil it on your calendar now
Apr 7, 2007: Pumas coach Marcelo Loffreda has admitted to scrum.com that he is very close to confirming his move to Leicester Tigers.
Apr 5, 2007: English rugby fans will turn up in droves this weekend - as they always do - for the latest round of Guinness Premiership action.
Apr 4, 2007: French and English teams have won nine of the 11 Heineken Cup finals between them - a monopoly broken only by Ulster in 1999 and Munster seven years later.
Apr 2, 2007: "The temptation as you contemplate the all Anglo-Welsh Heineken Cup semi-finals is to congratulate the French on getting their boycott started early." Huw Richards reports
Apr 1, 2007: Normal transmission resumed for the competition heavyweights in this weekend's Super 14, while two Australian rugby teams also improved their fortunes.
Mar 31, 2007: "End of Day Two in Hong Kong and England remain unbeaten
Mar 30, 2007: "It feels good to have the first match - and win - under our belts." England 7s skipper Simon Amor reports from Hong Kong for scrum.com
Mar 29, 2007: It is fantastic being back in Hong Kong
Mar 29, 2007: Relaxation is not a word normally associated with an away Heineken Cup quarter-final against French giants Biarritz.
2007 Six Nations: Wales 27-18 England
Mar 28, 2007: "The reality is that international rugby still funds the pro game and the TV revenue is a vital part of that so we are stuck with an imperfect format." John Taylor reports
Mar 28, 2007: "So, another Six Nations Championship is consigned to history - not quite a classic but full of thrills and unexpected twists right up to the final match." John Taylor reports for scrum.com
Mar 28, 2007: "Matthew Perry, who has just announced his retirement, was a gem of a rugby player." Huw Richards reports for scrum.com