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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
Super 14
May 24, 2010:  "With another chapter of Super Rugby all but closed, who were the stars from an Australian perspective in 2010?" Keiran Smith writes
Super 14
May 17, 2010:  "It's revenge time on multiple levels - and the Crusaders are relishing the prospect of Super 14 rugby's toughest challenge." Daniel Gilhooly writes
Scrum Sevens
May 13, 2010:  The Super 14 could bid farewell to Brumbies legend George Smith this weekend. With him in mind we've selected seven stars of Super Rugby in our latest Scrum Seven
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May 10, 2010:  "The effects of a Bulls v Stormers final will also be felt by northern hemisphere fans. It's unlikely that any of the players will play against Wales." Stephen Nell writes
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May 3, 2010:  "Preventing a third South African Super 14 title in four years seems beyond the capability of New Zealand's two remaining hopefuls." NZPA review the latest southern hemisphere action
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Apr 28, 2010:  "The ways in which Storm's salary cap scandal affect the Rebels will be numerous. The indications are that the Rebels don't want any favours." Brett Taylor writes
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Apr 26, 2010:  "After years of suffering and living in the shadow of their 'noisy' southern neighbours, a Reds revolution in the Super 14 is now underway." Keiran Smith writes
Super 14
Apr 13, 2010:  "There was a time not so long ago where South African teams considered any success in New Zealand as a significant achievement." Stephen Nell writes
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Mar 29, 2010:  "On Saturday night, Canberra witnessed the remarkable, inspirational return of a loved son as Julian Huxley made his playing comeback for the Brumbies." Keiran Smith writes
The East Terrace
Mar 26, 2010:  "The most controversial measure could be that referees may be instructed to change interpretation of various laws, such as the tackle , during an actual match." James Stafford writes
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Mar 1, 2010:  "While results have been mixed for the Aussie teams, the Super 14 is again flying the flag for ball in hand, attacking rugby and it's not before time." Keiran Smith writes
Ask John
Mar 1, 2010:  Super Rugby caps, the Barbarians' centenary and England's oldest living international - John Griffiths answers your questions
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Feb 22, 2010:  "The news of two signings in one week may not seem all that significant, a trickle rather than a flood, but Cipriani's signing could turn out to be hugely significant." Huw Turner writes
Super 14
Jan 26, 2010:  "Even though sun, sand and cricket are the flavours of the month, rugby's southern hemisphere showpiece is already upon us." Keiran Smith writes
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Jan 18, 2010:  "The signing of former All Black fly-half Carlos Spencer on a reported expensive two-year contract is indicative of a desperate recruitment policy." Stephen Nell writes
Australian Rugby
Jan 4, 2010:  "From an Australian rugby point of view, the best part of 2009 was that it ended, so what's ahead for the Wallabies in 2010?" Keiran Smith 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
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