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Aviva Premiership
Sep 6, 2012:  "You are nowhere if you know no one." Graham Jenkins delves inside the cut-throat world of rugby agents to shed light on one of the less-chronicled areas of the game
Super Rugby
Aug 6, 2012:  The curtain came down on another thrilling season of Super Rugby on Saturday and here we recap the finest the competition had to offer in 2012 with our Team of the Season
Super Rugby Comment
Aug 4, 2012:  Sonny Bill Williams' impending departure from union will no doubt be felt by the Chiefs, New Zealand rugby and the sport as a whole according to Graham Jenkins
Super Rugby Comment
Jul 28, 2012:  With Australian interest in the Super Rugby finals series long since done and dusted, Keiran Smith surveys the wreckage of a disappointing season
Super Rugby Qualifiers
Jul 23, 2012:  "It's time for the game to replicate the Crusaders' ethos and look to evolution rather than revolution." Tom Hamilton reflects on an eventful weekend of Super Rugby
Super Rugby
Jul 16, 2012:  "The debate may be raging about the Super Rugby play-off format but the competition could not be faulted when it comes to drama." Graham Jenkins writes
Comment
Jul 8, 2012:  "A certain Walt Disney is widely credited with the saying "Always leave them wanting more" but it could just have easily rolled off the tongue of another potential dream maker - SBW." Graham Jenkins writes
England tour of South Africa
Jun 3, 2012:  "It is a squad that many will consider a little controversial but it was clearly picked with a specific game plan in mind." Stephen Nell reflects on the Springboks' latest selection
The East Terrace
Apr 27, 2012:  "The IRB plan to hold a minute's silence this weekend to mourn the tragedy of dancing rugby players and Jamie's hat." The East Terrace pokes fun at Cipriani and Co
Ask John
Apr 23, 2012:  Old-style numbering, decorated All Blacks, England v Argentina in 1995 and Keith Jarrett's debut come under John Griffiths' microscope in the latest edition of Ask John
Comment
Apr 16, 2012:  Without the conference format, the Super Rugby play-offs would be a very quiet affair Down Under this year. Keiran Smith probes Australia's under-performing sides
Comment
Apr 2, 2012:  "Meyer's dilemma is an obvious one: he must get a Test team to perform against England the Saturday after two derbies." Stephen Nell analyses Heyneke Meyer's options
Super Rugby
Mar 20, 2012:  James O'Connor's continued excellence and the Reds' resilience are among the things Kieran Smith has learned from the opening weeks of this season's Super Rugby
Comment
Mar 19, 2012:  "To put it bluntly, provincial rugby in New Zealand has no future, is doomed, is finished." Huw Turner offers some harsh truths for the New Zealand Rugby Union
Comment
Mar 2, 2012:  "The new season of Super Rugby is just about finding its feet, but in the Eastern Cape of South Africa, preparations are already underway for 2013." Tom Hamilton writes
Japanese Rugby
Feb 24, 2012:  "James Haskell bid sayonara to Japan on Sunday after his short stint in the Land of the Rising Sun came to a close." Rich Freeman chats to the Super Rugby-bound forward
Super Rugby
Feb 21, 2012:  Can the New Zealand Super Rugby sides capitalise on the All Blacks recent success? Huw Turner provides his take on how the Kiwi sides will do in the tournament
Super Rugby
Feb 21, 2012:  "The Sharks, Stormers and Bulls appear the best-placed South African sides in Super Rugby, but don't write off the Cheetahs." Stephen Nell writes
Scrum Sevens
Feb 15, 2012:  Chabal is off to play in Australia and follows some fellow Europeans in trying their hand in the southern hemisphere game. Scrum Sevens assesses how they fared
Comment
Feb 6, 2012:  "South Africa's rugby issues remain a major challenge, even if the best man for the job has finally been appointed as Springbok coach." Stephen Nell writes
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The two sides of the Premiership coin

Jim Mallinder and Justin Burnell were sat on the same top table, but in different circumstances. Tom Hamilton reports on the Aviva Premiership season launch

The rejuvenated PRO12

Tom Hamilton reports back from the launch of the Guinness PRO12 where there is a renewed sense of optimism with all of the off-field changes to the league

No brains, no guts, no glory

So much for the great Australian revival, writes Greg Growden. It now has the potential of going off the rails after the capitulation at Eden Park

Pyrotechnics and battered Wallabies

The latest Week in Pictures takes in photographs from the Rugby Championship, the Top 14 and the southern hemisphere domestic scene

Gareth Delve to Japan?