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Dec 13, 2010:  "The victory against England at Twickenham served as a reminder ahead of next year's World Cup of what the Springboks can do." Stephen Nell writes
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Nov 29, 2010:  Another round of cross-hemisphere clashes and another upset with Scotland claiming the scalp of world champions South Africa. But how many Scots made our Team of the Week?
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Nov 23, 2010:  "There are some things we take for granted in South Africa and beating Scotland at rugby is right up there with sunny skies and big steaks." Stephen Nell writes
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Nov 21, 2010:  Another round of cross-hemisphere clashes and another upset with Scotland claiming the scalp of world champions South Africa. But how many Scots made our Team of the Week?
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Nov 14, 2010:  The latest cross-hemisphere battles produced a fascinating insight into the current balance of power and with it a host dazzling individual displays - but who made the grade in our latest Team of the Week?
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Nov 10, 2010:  "There were worrying signs for Ireland and Wales in the manner of their defeats whilst England should be kicking themselves." John Taylor writes
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Nov 4, 2010:  The November internationals are on our doorstep and to celebrate we've selected some of our favourite moments from recent autumn series in our latest Scrum Seven
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Nov 1, 2010:  "Talent still abounds in this Bok squad, but the challenge is to mould it into something special under trying conditions." Stephen Nell writes
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Oct 27, 2010:  "Ben Foden, Chris Ashton, Ben Youngs, Courtney Lawes and Dan Cole - these are the names that need to be on everyone's lips by the end of November." John Taylor writes
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Sep 29, 2010:  "If they decide to take the drastic action of sacking De Villiers, they are left to put a management team together with a challenging tour just around the corner." Stephen Nell writes
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A masterclass in matching the maul

The rolling maul is becoming an increasingly potent attacking weapon. Conor O'Shea looks at the difficulties of stopping it

Carter leads migration for swansong

The news of James Horwill, Adam Ashley-Cooper and Dan Carter's respective transfers will open the floodgates, writes Tom Hamilton

All Blacks boosted by rugby export market

Kiwi coaches can be found far and wide across the globe, and Murray Mexted believes the All Blacks benefit every bit as much as their rivals

French giants set the European pace

Clermont, Toulon, player burnout, Sam Burgess and a farewell to Adams Park - Monday Maul looks back at the weekend's action

Gareth Delve to Japan?