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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
Mar 15, 2008:  Re-live the dramatic conclusion to this year's Six Nations Championship with our latest Action Galleries - plus check out the latest from the Guinness Premiership and Super 14.
Mar 15, 2008:  Following a dramatic and record-breaking climax to this year's Six Nations why not dive into ScrumStats to get the complete breakdown of this year's Championship.
2008 Six Nations
Mar 13, 2008:  "The rumour-mill is gathering an unhealthy pace. Whatever happens when England play Ireland, it seems Ashton faces an uncertain future." PA's Andrew Baldock writes
Mar 13, 2008:  The race for Six Nations glory is down to two
Mar 12, 2008:  The venue for this weekend's Six Nations showdown should aid Wales's search for a perfect 10 but it has not always been the case, as Huw Richards recalls.
Mar 10, 2008:  "So Ireland are eliminated, while Wales moved to within a single win of the Grand Slam
Mar 9, 2008:  Five months after Wales' World Cup campaign was reduced to smouldering wreckage on a field in Brittany, the nation can dare to dream again.
Mar 8, 2008:  "For huge swathes of a rain-sodden, tryless, witless afternoon two rugby teams, purporting to be of international standard, played an impromptu version of kicking tennis which defiled the memory of sport's oldest international fixture." PA Sport's
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