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May 26, 2008:  Jerry Collins walked away from New Zealand rugby yesterday saying the time was right to "fade away into the sunset"
May 25, 2008:  Samoa beat Fiji 19-14 in a bruising final at Twickenham to win the Emirates Airline London Sevens title, their third ever World Series Cup title.
May 25, 2008:  "Munster simply shut them out...if rugby's rulers really want to create a more attractive game they need to find some way to stop teams running down the clock in this manner." Huw Richards reports from Cardiff
May 24, 2008:  "A thrilling finale
May 24, 2008:  The Guinness Premiership Final, taking place on Saturday 31st May at Twickenham Stadium, is the highlight of the domestic rugby season and will decide which club is crowned Guinness Premiership Champions.
May 22, 2008:  A degree in rocket science is not required to appreciate the pyrotechnics of this season's Guinness Premiership campaign
May 22, 2008:  The 'ultimate' Premiership player, as voted for by a panel of rugby experts, has been unveiled by tournament sponsors Guinness.
May 22, 2008:  Don't be surprised if a sense of deja vu grips you during Saturday's Super 14 rugby semifinal between the Crusaders and Hurricanes in Christchurch.
May 19, 2008:  Check out some Heineken Cup facts ahead of this season's tournament finale.
May 19, 2008:  Check out some European Challenge Cup facts and figures ahead of this year's season finale with Worcester Warriors and Bath set to go head to head at Kingsholm on May 25.
May 18, 2008:  Re-live an exciting weekend of top class rugby with our latest Action Galleries featuring the best shots from the Guinness Premiership and Super 14!
May 18, 2008:  Momentum, that most valuable of Super 14 rugby commodities, will be sadly lacking when New Zealand sends a two-pronged vanguard into the semifinals next weekend.
May 15, 2008:  Some things in life are just meant to be - such as Ian McGeechan's continued association with the British and Irish Lions.
May 15, 2008:  "It comes to few to be compared to Carwyn James and Alec Ferguson - two vastly different men linked by a genius for constructing winning sports teams - in the space of a few minutes, but then the outlandish is becoming almost commonplace for Ian
May 14, 2008:  "Unspecified medical reasons were proferred as the explanation for Vainikolo, a development project if ever there was one, not joining the Churchill Cup squad." Huw Richards reports from Twickenham
May 13, 2008:  Bath lock Steve Borthwick has been handed the England leadership duties in the absence of regular skipper Phil Vickery, who misses appointments with the All Blacks this summer due to a knee injury.
May 12, 2008:  His Lions record speaks for itself and that is why John Taylor believes there is only one man to lead the class of 2009 to South Africa.
May 11, 2008:  "So who will be boarding the plane for the foreboding 24 hour flight to the Land of the Long White Cloud?" Chris Marais runs down the options for Martin Johnson.
May 10, 2008:  Richard Hill reflected on a "very special 15 years" as he ended his illustrious career after Saracens' last-gasp 25-20 Premiership victory over Bristol at Milton Keynes.
May 10, 2008:  Next Sunday's Guinness Premiership semi-final line-up is Gloucester v Leicester and Wasps v Bath.
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