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IRB Hall of Fame
Aug 1, 2014:  Keith Wood, Jason Leonard and JPR Williams are just three of the names set to be inducted into the IRB's Hall of Fame
Nov 29, 2013:  British & Irish Lions legend JPR Williams has warned "rugby union will die" as the size of players increases in the modern game
Scrum Sevens
Apr 23, 2013:  In tribute to Jamie Roberts' qualification as a doctor, this week's Scrum Sevens looks at a group of individuals who juggled rugby with the stethoscope
Ask John
Jul 4, 2012:  In the latest edition of Ask John, Brian O'Driscoll's Test captaincy record, Ellis Park's name, John Hayes and early fullback Test tries all come under the microscope
Scrum Sevens
Apr 12, 2012:  With lock Hayden Smith about to trade rugby for the NFL with the New York Jets, we take a look at other players with more than one string to their bow in Scrum Sevens
Numbers Game
Feb 25, 2012:  With England and Wales poised to go head-to-head once again, Numbers Game looks back at the most prolific try-scorers in this 131-year-old rivalry
Ask John
Jan 16, 2012:  John Griffiths answers questions on English players in Wales, Hugo Porta's final bow and inexperienced England squads in this week's edition of Ask John
Ask John
Jan 2, 2012:  John Griffiths addresses a number of Welsh rugby-related questions, as well as the Test side with the most graduates from the same school in this week's edition of Ask John
Wales v Australia, Millennium Stadium
Nov 28, 2011:  Wales newcomer Liam Williams has been likened to Welsh legend JPR Williams by Scarlets coach Nigel Davies
Aug 12, 2011:  "Referee John Pring blew for time with the 14-14 scoreline fulfilling Lions manager Doug Smith's pre-tour prediction of a 2-1 Lions win with one draw." Rewind to 1971 with Huw Richards
Jun 17, 2011:  "Being able to play more than one position is a common, and extremely useful, attribute but what remains extremely rare is the ability to switch from pack to backs, or vice-versa." Huw Richards writes
Welsh Rugby
Oct 27, 2010:  JPR Williams has called on those governing rugby to "wake up" to the injury problems he believe are plaguing the sport
Ask John
Sep 27, 2010:  Countries playing two Tests in the same day, the longest tour, England's fly-halves and South Africa's record on the Highveld - John Griffiths answers your questions
May 5, 2010:  "As the clubs at the top of the Premiership battle it out for play-off places and the chance of glory spare a thought for those at the top of the Championship." John Taylor writes
Scrum Sevens
Apr 29, 2010:  With the feats of the legendary CB Fry, born 138 years ago this week, in mind, we take a look back at some other multi-talented rugby stars in our latest Scrum Seven
Welsh Rugby
Mar 8, 2010:  Wales' legendary fullback JPR Williams, 61, has been banned from driving for 17 months after being found guilty of drink-driving
Wales v Scotland, Six Nations Championship, February 13
Feb 8, 2010:  This weekend's meeting between Wales and Scotland at the Millennium Stadium is the 115th cap match between the sides since 1883
Twickenham Centenary
Feb 5, 2010:  "Twickenham can claim over that period to have been Europe's most forbidding international venue." Huw Richards writes
Scrum Sevens
Feb 3, 2010:  England and Wales have met on 118 occasions, with 53 wins apiece and 12 draws. As they prepare to do battle again at Twickenham on Saturday, Scrum Sevens takes a look back at some of the most significant meetings
Sep 10, 2009:  "I have not been as nervous about the start of a new season since I stopped playing 30 years ago." John Taylor writes
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