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Apr 5, 2008:  Scrum's New Zealand correspondent Huw Turner identifies some fundamental problems in New Zealand rugby in his Super 14 mid-season review
Apr 4, 2008:  England's World Cup winning skipper Martin Johnson has reportedly agreed to become the team's new manager.
Apr 3, 2008:  "Now Perpignan might well boast Percy 'Pretty Boy' Montgomery as their star player and ace goalkicker, but everything else about the uncompromising French side is, how shall we put it, pug-ugly." PA Sport's Andrew Baldock writes
Apr 3, 2008:  "The Stormers may well be the dark horse in the competition
Apr 2, 2008:  "A feeling of anxiety surrounds Australian rugby as the Super 14 reaches the half way mark and no team looks like making the final four." Rollo Manning writes
Apr 1, 2008:  Premier Rugby commercial director Jon Varney has admitted that England's top division needs to register a "greater terrestrial television footprint" if it is to continue its commercial growth.
Mar 30, 2008:  With Northampton Saints seemingly heading towards an unbeaten season in National League One, scrum.com assess their chances of a successful return to the Guinness Premiership.
Mar 28, 2008:  Former England international Will Greenwood fears for the remaining English clubs on the eve of this season's Heineken Cup quarter-finals.
Mar 28, 2008:  "He is, essentially, the chief executive of the playing side of the RFU, a manager of managers but is he really necessary
Mar 27, 2008:  "Stick to your guns Brian, and please resist any temptation to throw toys out of the pram - because that is what some of the Twickenham-blazered brigade want." PA Sport's Andrew Baldock writes
Mar 27, 2008:  The draw for the composition of the Pools for future Heineken Cup tournaments will be based on a new merit based ranking structure - the ERC European Ranking.
Mar 26, 2008:  If he was 20 years younger, you can sense Hurricanes rugby coach Colin Cooper would love to test himself against the Crusaders
Mar 23, 2008:  Anyone who needed another week to be convinced of the Crusaders' Super 14 credentials is surely satisfied now after they notched their latest win at the weekend.
Mar 20, 2008:  "A bright man and shrewd operator, O'Sullivan was as media savvy as they come - which makes his alienation with the fourth estate all the more mystifying." PA Sport's Duncan Bech writes
Mar 19, 2008:  "This is a work in progress
Mar 19, 2008:  As the dust settles on another exciting Six Nations Championship we select our team of the tournament - who makes the line-up?
Mar 17, 2008:  The 2008 RBS 6 Nations Championship was a tournament lit up by Wales as they collected their second title and Grand Slam in four seasons.
Mar 17, 2008:  The showdown at the Millenium Stadium saw Wales crowned champions - join John Taylor and the gang for the all the fallout from this year's Six Nations.
2008 Six Nations
Mar 16, 2008:  "Unreserved congratulations to Gatland, the remarkable Edwards and the rest of the Welsh coaching team for an job well done in a very short time." Huw Richards writes
2008 Six Nations
Mar 16, 2008:  "When Cipriani walked off the HQ pitch after a masterful performance on his first start for England he caught the eye of head coach Brian Ashton." PA's Frank Malley writes
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