Nov 8, 2007: "The 13th season of Heineken Cup rugby kicks off tomorrow night - so isn't it about time the Welsh and Scots turned up?" PA Sport's Andrew Baldock reports
Nov 6, 2007: Ronan O'Gara, the Heineken Cup's leading points scorer, can't wait to open his 2007/2008 account against reigning champions London Wasps in their Pool 5 opener at The Ricoh Arena, Coventry, on Saturday.
Nov 5, 2007: Premier Rugby chief executive Mark McCafferty today defended Guinness Premiership clubs against charges that importing foreign stars is damaging the England side.
Nov 1, 2007: "What we'll really remember is his presence and personality
Oct 31, 2007: "Youth is usually considered no substitute for experience -- unless you coach a New Zealand Super 14 rugby side." NZPA's Chris Barclay reports
Oct 30, 2007: This season's battle for Heineken Cup glory promises to be a classic - ahead of the big kick off PA Sport offers a pool-by-pool guide to Europe's premier club competition.
Oct 30, 2007: The battle for club supremacy in the northern hemisphere will kick off once again next month - check out our players to watch in this year's Heineken Cup!
Oct 29, 2007: Life is good for South African speedster Bryan Habana who is basking in the glory of his side's recent World Cup win in Paris
Oct 25, 2007: "Like all good soap sagas, the search for a national team coach to follow Bernard Laporte had a twist in the tail." Huw Richards reports
Oct 24, 2007: "South Africa faces an anxious wait to see whether the Springbok team that won the World Cup will be kept together or ripped apart." Stephen Nell reports
Oct 23, 2007: "This is rugby's world showcase and in the knockout stages it was power and persistence that mattered much more than attacking flair." John Taylor reports
Oct 23, 2007: "No tournament is complete without its closing awards ceremony
Oct 22, 2007: "So much for the IRB World Player of the Year - now the announcement the players will really have been waiting for - the scrum.com World Cup XV" Huw Richards reports
Oct 22, 2007: Wales arrived in France confident and determined to reach at least the last four of the World Cup and maybe even go all the way to the final in Paris.
Oct 21, 2007: "It is difficult to disagree with outgoing International Rugby Board chairman Dr Syd Millar that France 2007 was 'the best ever' World Cup." PA's Andrew Baldock reports
Oct 21, 2007: England's Jason Robinson reflected on an "amazing" seven years in rugby union after he bowed out of the sport following his side's World Cup Final defeat.
Oct 21, 2007: As Jonny Wilkinson was explaining how the World Cup had been lost South African wing Bryan Habana swept behind him in the concrete bowels of the Stade de France carrying the Webb Ellis trophy.
Oct 21, 2007: The mastermind behind the Springboks' second World Cup-winning campaign in 12 years, the world is now Jake White's oyster - and he could end up in Wales.
Oct 21, 2007: South Africa prop Os du Randt was happy to call time on his distinguished career just moments after joining a select band of players to have won two World Cups.
Oct 21, 2007: Frank Hadden's verdict, which he has stated on at least two occasions, was that he was "absolutely gutted" to be back in Scotland for finals week.