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Rugby History
Oct 31, 2008:  "The pursuit of a touring Grand Slam gives a shape and purpose to the November tests that simply can't be managed by the creation of spurious head-to-head trophies..." Huw Richards writes
English Rugby
Oct 30, 2008:  Martin Johnson could terrify opponents just by looking at them - whether it was for Leicester, England or the Lions
World Rugby Competitions
Oct 29, 2008:  In part one of a fact-filled feature Scrum.com brings you a little closer to the silverware on offer around the world on the international stage
French Rugby
Oct 28, 2008:  Following an experimental Six Nations campaign and a summer tour to Australia shorn of his best players, the pressure is now on France coach Marc Lièvremont to deliver where it counts
South African Rugby
Oct 27, 2008:  The Springboks may be there for the taking on their end-of-season tour after the decision not to include a specialist flyhalf in their squad. Stephen Nell writes
Comment
Oct 22, 2008:  "Hysterical predictions of total meltdown with the beautiful game being ruined beyond recognition were a massive over-reaction." John Taylor writes
Scottish Rugby
Oct 22, 2008:  "Looking for positives within Scottish professional rugby right now is a daunting task." Iain Morrison writes
Comment
Oct 20, 2008:  This weekend will see the conclusion of both the Currie Cup and the New Zealand Cup with some of the southern hemisphere's finest players going all out for their country's national title and with it the all-important bragging rights.
Comment
Oct 17, 2008:  "Stradey was the birthplace of the special relationship between Wales and New Zealand" Huw Richards writes
British & Irish Lions
Oct 16, 2008:  English players tend to dominate Lions tour squads - but will South Africa 2009 buck the trend? PA Sport's Andrew Baldock writes
Comment
Oct 15, 2008:  Even if their sartorial choices are not to your taste you have to agree that Stade Francais are looking good this season
Comment
Oct 14, 2008:  "It would be a mistake to write Wilkinson off - he has made fools of many of us with a series of Lazarus-like returns." Graham Jenkins writes
Australian Rugby
Oct 13, 2008:  Robbie Deans is about to embark on his first tour of the northern hemisphere since taking the reins of the Wallabies. Can he inspire the 'Men of Gold' to their first unbeaten tour in a decade? Scrum.com Australian correspondent Keiran Smith writes
Comment
Oct 9, 2008:  "Munster have been there and done it so often in the Heineken Cup, they could open a T-shirt factory" PA Sport's Andrew Baldock writes
John Taylor
Oct 9, 2008:  "You can't define everything in sport...and 'exceptional circumstances' are not exceptional." John Taylor writes
European Rugby
Oct 3, 2008:  On the eve of this season's Heineken Cup we take a look at which countries wield the most influence where it matters
European Rugby
Oct 3, 2008:  Players from around the world will light up this season's Heineken Cup as European rugby's flagship club tournament embarks on its 14th season
European Rugby
Oct 3, 2008:  This season will see the 14th Heineken Cup battle take place across Europe with club rugby's most-prized title up for grabs
European Rugby
Oct 3, 2008:  Check out our team-by-team guide for this season's Heineken Cup
Comment
Oct 2, 2008:  "Cipriani has an infectious confidence and he is injecting glamour into rugby in the way Kevin Pietersen did to English cricket." PA Sport's Alex Lowe writes
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Closing the shop would benefit us all

Proposals to remove promotion and relegation from the Aviva Premiership would be for the good of the game overall, argues John Taylor

Why Ireland can win the World Cup

Ireland have the world sitting up and taking notice - and rugby's structure in Europe will aid their Rugby World Cup bid, writes John Mitchell

When Italy upset the Six Nations applecart

Where does Italy's win over Scotland rank among their successes in the Six Nations? Scrum Sevens investigates

England must learn to play on the edge

The tone was set early on in Dublin as a more clinical Ireland made England pay. All is not lost, however, argues Phil Vickery

Gareth Delve to Japan?