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Feb 20, 2008:  "As Super Saturday and the mid-point of the Six Nations looms there are signs that even the most conservative thinkers realise it is time for a touch of adventure." John Taylor looks ahead to the latest Six Nations action
Feb 19, 2008:  "Ashton is looking for more zip in the vital half-back pairing with Jonny Wilkinson, something Richard Wigglesworth knows all about having fast hands, a sweet left foot." PA Sport's Frank Malley reports
Feb 17, 2008:  Warren Gatland's hopes of leading the British and Irish Lions on next year's tour of South Africa have been dented after the Welsh Rugby Union claimed they had every right to block his appointment.
Feb 17, 2008:  Rugby's new laws might be experimental but a few things look set in stone after the first round of matches in this year's Super 14 - check out our review.
Feb 13, 2008:  "They hope the advertising campaign's positive spin encapsulates the mood of the rugby fan disillusioned on multiple fronts in 2007, particularly around October in Cardiff." NZPA's Chris Barclay reports
Feb 12, 2008:  The southern hemisphere's showpiece provincial competition, the Super 14, gets underway this weekend and while the action promises to be as fierce as ever, the spotlight will focus on the Experimental Law Variations (ELVs).
Feb 7, 2008:  "The lack of leadership is crucifying England and it has done ever since 2003." John Taylor delivers his verdict on England's opening performance.
Feb 7, 2008:  "It's going to be a tough act for the Bulls to follow
Feb 7, 2008:  "Wilkinson does foul play like Gary Lineker collected bookings, but this is the weird and wacky world of England rugby we are talking about here." PA Sport's Andrew Baldock reports
Feb 7, 2008:  The Six Nations Championship is underway and our Fan Zone correspondents have delivered their verdicts on the opening round of matches!
Feb 4, 2008:  "What we do know is that an away win is never to be sniffed at, which makes France and Wales the big winners of weekend one." Huw Richards reviews the opening Six Nations weekend.
Feb 1, 2008:  "This season will be an interesting and absorbing year for Aussie rugby fans and their can be no excuses." Rollo Manning reports
Jan 31, 2008:  Warren Gatland's biggest challenge when he took over as Wales coach was to bring authority, direction and stability to a rugby nation which has drifted since the 2005 Grand Slam campaign.
Jan 31, 2008:  "My head tells me this should be England's year but Ashton might just be the most nervous of all the coaches this weekend." John Taylor previews the Six Nations
Jan 30, 2008:  The forthcoming Six Nations Championship serves up a feast of action for fans - and in the Six Nations FanZone we offer you the chance to sound off on your team's fortunes!
Jan 30, 2008:  "We're almost like an aged boy band, a decrepit Westlife, and the key thing is I don't think we're about to break up." Graham Jenkins talks to the BBC's John Inverdale
Jan 29, 2008:  Luke Narraway's claim to fame before now was that he went to the same school as `Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?' presenter Chris Tarrant.
Jan 29, 2008:  "If Warren Gatland does nothing else for Welsh rugby, he'll achieve something if he can simply stick around for a fair chunk of that four-year contract." Huw Richards reports on Wales' 6N chances
Jan 29, 2008:  "Mallett has inherited a squad with a reasonably familiar set of strengths and weaknesses, but has a couple of fresh problem areas to address." Huw Richards reports
Jan 28, 2008:  "Through his work to grow rugby in a country where baseball diamonds and American football's gridiron debauchery are kings, he concedes efforts are only just beginning." Brian Spegele reports for Scrum.com
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