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Scrum special
Sep 5, 2008:  John Taylor delivers the second part of the inaugural Scrum.com State of the Union Address - our assessment of the global game today.
Sep 4, 2008:  It happened on a quiet Tuesday afternoon in mid-August - but Bristol boss Richard Hill has already made a potentially telling observation about this season.
British & Irish Lions
Sep 3, 2008:  "It was, all were agreed, the zenith of their careers to be British Lions - members of the party that broke a losing run extending back to the beginning of the twentieth century." Huw Richards meets the 1955 Welsh Lions.
British & Irish Lions
Sep 2, 2008:  Four of the Lions that tamed the Springboks in the first international to be played at Loftus Versfled in Pretoria 53 years ago were reunited at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff on Tuesday afternoon.
Sep 2, 2008:  ESPN Classic is a unique 24/7 channel offering a compelling mix of the greatest sporting moments from Europe and around the world, to cable and satellite subscribers in over 40 European countries.
Aug 31, 2008:  "The event's charm isn't just about the consistent quality of matches
English Rugby
Aug 31, 2008:  "He is everything I expected him to be and I'm excited to work with him
Scrum special
Aug 31, 2008:  John Taylor delivers the first part of the inaugural Scrum.com State of the Union Address - our frank and in-depth assessment of the global game today.
Aug 28, 2008:  "Finally fans of English club rugby are going to get the kind of service their support of the elite end of the game rightly deserves." Scrum.com's Graham Jenkins rejoices
Aug 28, 2008:  "There are few certainties in the ever-changing world of rugby union - but this season's Guinness Premiership campaign is guaranteed to be like no other." PA Sport's Andrew Baldock previews the new Premiership season.
Aug 28, 2008:  The Premiership will once again be awash with playing talent from all over the world this season with many set to catch the eye.
Aug 28, 2008:  The new season is upon us, but will it go to the form books
Aug 28, 2008:  As the new season rears its head, here's a guide to all you need to know about this year's teams.
Aug 27, 2008:  Saracens boss Eddie Jones has launched a withering attack on the experimental law variations that he fears are leading rugby down the 'entertainment' path of Twenty20 cricket.
Aug 27, 2008:  A new Guinness Premiership campaign begins next month with officials, players and fans hoping the title-chase eclipses the excitement and drama of last season.
Aug 20, 2008:  If you're aged 7 to 12 years old, we've got the chance for you to be a mascot at this season's Premiership London Double Header at Twickenham!
Aug 20, 2008:  "With much of France returning only this week from its summer holidays it might come as a bit of a shock to realise that the Top 14 is back, kicking off next Tuesday evening." Ian Moriarty previews the Top 14 campaign
Aug 18, 2008:  On 8th July 1958, the French national team arrived in Salisbury (now Harare, Zimbabwe) for its first ever Tour in a Commonwealth country.
Aug 17, 2008:  The Springboks took plenty of flak while All Blacks captain Richie McCaw won most of the plaudits as South African newspapers gave their judgment today on New Zealand's 19-0 Tri-Nations rugby win in Cape Town.
Aug 15, 2008:  "Of course I want to go and any player who tells you that he's not thinking about it is probably lying
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