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Six Nations
Feb 5, 2010:  The opening weekend of the Six Nations will soon be upon us and that means the opening round of ESPNscrum's fantasy rugby for 2010
Twickenham Centenary
Feb 5, 2010:  "Twickenham can claim over that period to have been Europe's most forbidding international venue." Huw Richards writes
Comment
Feb 2, 2010:  "Those Italian encounters summed up the unremitting awfulness of Irish rugby in the mid-1990s." Hugh Farrelly writes
Six Nations
Jan 27, 2010:  "The pressure to deliver results in the here and now will no doubt ensure experimentation is kept to a minimum." Graham Jenkins writes
Welsh Rugby
Jan 26, 2010:  "Evidence from the Ospreys-Tigers match was that keeping up with the Joneses will be tough for opponents." Huw Richards writes
1910
Jan 22, 2010:  "It has to be questioned whether the visiting team represented the real strength of French rugby." Huw Richards writes
Comment
Jan 20, 2010:  "Robinson is gambling on youth with a view to hot-housing those youngsters that he deems vital to Scotland's World Cup hopes." Iain Morrison writes
Comment
Jan 13, 2010:  "In that sort of form Ashton could not be ignored and may yet be rewarded further against Wales." Graham Jenkins writes
Comment
Jan 12, 2010:  "Only a Six Nations Championship win will prove if Marc Lièvremont is taking France in the right direction." Ian Moriarty writes
Comment
Jan 11, 2010:  "Even though Johnson's position is safe, do not expect him to throw caution to the wind to appease his many detractors." Graham Jenkins writes
English Rugby
Jan 5, 2010:  "Johnson still has time to give some fresh-faced players a go, but it is rapidly running out." Hugh Godwin writes
Comment
Dec 16, 2009:  "They voted to dither while our beautiful game is being burned perhaps beyond recognition." John Taylor writes
Comment
Sep 24, 2009:  "This battle is more important than any showdown with the All Blacks, or Wales - even if it happens to be for the sport's biggest prize." Graham Jenkins writes
Scrum Sevens
Sep 17, 2009:  We take a look back at some of the most significant changes in the game in our latest Scrum Seven
Irish Rugby
Sep 15, 2009:  "There is no shortage of incentive for Ireland and Kidney to reach the last four, at least, in 2011." Hugh Farrelly writes
Comment
May 20, 2009:  "It was Twickenham's eye for a fast buck that led directly to Robinson's downfall as England head coach." Iain Morrison writes
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The tipping point for women's rugby

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Ending 20 years of hurt

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