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English Rugby
Dec 10, 2008:  With the news of Josh Lewsey's international retirement, we take a look at where his fellow World Cup winners have ended up
Comment
Dec 9, 2008:  "The fact that most of the best players in the Top 14 are no longer French will not escape Marc Lièvremont." Ian Moriarty writes
Comment
Dec 8, 2008:  "Another area of concern is the Wallabies backline, which now looks disjointed and unsettled." Keiran Smith writes
The East Terrace
Dec 5, 2008:  "You cannot please the All Blacks when it comes to the haka." James Stafford reveals this and other lessons from the latest international feast
Comment
Dec 3, 2008:  "Could the much vilified Experimental Law Variations be the reason for the southern hemisphere domination of the autumn internationals?" John Taylor writes
Comment
Dec 2, 2008:  "The Scots should have beaten the World Champions as four penalty kicks, one of them was the rugby equivalent of a "gimmie", went sailing wide of the posts." Iain Morrison writes
Comment
Dec 1, 2008:  There was almost a smile on Martin Johnson's face and one glance at the 2011 Rugby World Cup pool draw will have told you why
Comment
Dec 1, 2008:  "However good the individuals, and they are very good indeed, the sum of the parts exceeds." Huw Turner writes
British and Irish Lions
Nov 30, 2008:  This month's Internationals have given rugby fans some pointers as to potential Lions tourists
British & Irish Lions
Nov 26, 2008:  South Africa captain John Smit is determined to lead his side to victory over the British & Irish Lions next year
Welsh Rugby
Nov 26, 2008:  Wales' legendary scrum-half Gareth Edwards believes that Wales are just a stroke of luck away from that elusive Tri-Nations scalp
Comment
Nov 24, 2008:  "The Bok team that annihilated them on Saturday was a fatigued unit playing the last game of their season." Stephen Nell writes
Comment
Nov 22, 2008:  "A banner high above the pitch at the Millennium Stadium reads 'Protect This House' - and by standing their ground Wales underlined their intent to do just that." Graham Jenkins writes
1936
Nov 21, 2008:  "No man has become more famous on the basis of a single match, England's victory over New Zealand in 1936." Huw Richards writes on Alexander Obolensky
Comment
Nov 20, 2008:  Test match rugby is an unforgiving environment that constantly asks demanding questions of players and coaches
Comment
Nov 19, 2008:  "Borthwick was just one of the pack. I'd return him to the ranks right now - he is obviously not enjoying the captaincy." John Taylor writes
Comment
Nov 18, 2008:  "Let's recall what Brian Ashton did and did not do, and try to learn a lesson on Martin Johnson's behalf." Hugh Godwin writes
Munster v New Zealand
Nov 17, 2008:  A star-studded guest list and a capacity crowd of 25,600 will pack into the new-look Thomond Park on Tuesday night to witness the historic visit of the All Blacks
Comment
Nov 15, 2008:  Wallabies fly-half Matt Giteau took the honours in his head-to-head with England counterpart Danny Cipriani with a clinical kicking display to guide Australia to Cook Cup glory at Twickenham
England v Australia
Nov 14, 2008:  "Twickenham has no visitor more familiar or frequent nowadays than the Wallabies...There was a time, though, when they were seen much less frequently on English grounds." Huw Richards writes
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