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Sep 28, 2009:  "Peter de Villiers, the sometimes eccentric Springbok coach, can't be a complete clown, as critics suggest, can he?" Stephen Nell writes
Scrum Sevens
Sep 24, 2009:  In our latest Scrum Seven we take a look back at the seven moments that shaped this year's see-saw Tri-Nations tournament
New Zealand Rugby
Sep 21, 2009:  "Forget about the movies. To witness The Transformers in the flesh simply required a glimpse of last night's miraculous All Blacks' turnaround in Wellington." Daniel Gilhooly 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
International Rugby
Sep 16, 2009:  "There can be no doubt that Argentina deserve a place in a regular elite competition." Graham Jenkins writes
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Sep 14, 2009:  "In his time in charge it's the first time Deans has had to make a call of this type, but the encouraging sign was that he made it." Keiran Smith writes
Tri-Nations
Sep 12, 2009:  "It's a landmark in New Zealand's rugby history - the 100th Test defeat suffered by the All Blacks." Huw Richards writes
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Sep 8, 2009:  "Will the All Blacks be good enough to snatch this year's Tri-Nations from the Springboks? Yes, I think they probably will." Huw Turner writes
South African Rugby
Aug 24, 2009:  "Springbok coach Peter de Villiers should do no more than ignore the criticism and continue instructing his side to play to their strengths." Stephen Nell writes
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Aug 17, 2009:  "More misery on the road has put the Wallabies and coach Robbie Deans in hot water ahead of Saturday's All Blacks clash." Keiran Smith writes
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Aug 5, 2009:  "Will the giants of the southern hemisphere be forced into considering players based in the north in the near future?" Stephen Nell writes
Scrum Seven
Jul 26, 2009:  Rugby's greatest rivalry resumed when South Africa defeated New Zealand. Scrum Sevens recalls some of their greatest clashes
New Zealand Rugby
Jul 22, 2009:  It was the blackest year in New Zealand rugby history but the ill-fated 1949 visit to South Africa is remembered by those involved as an epic journey. NZPA's Daniel Gilhooly writes
Comment
Jul 20, 2009:  "To win big matches you first have to seize the small moments." Keiran Smith writes
Tri-Nations
Jul 19, 2009:  "Graham Henry had genuine cause for his smug demeanour but rugby rival Robbie Deans' brave face barely disguised his dismay." Chris Barclay writes
Tri-Nations 2009
Jul 16, 2009:  "The battle for southern hemisphere supremacy is set to be one of the most keenly contested in the history of the competition." Graham Jenkins writes
Scrum Sevens
Jul 16, 2009:  In our latest Scrum Seven, we look back at the greatest confrontations between Australia and New Zealand in the history of the Bledisloe Cup
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Jul 9, 2009:  "I would be very surprised if we see a Tri-Nations repeat of the All Blacks' lacklustre and error-strewn June performances." Huw Turner writes
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Jun 22, 2009:  "Don't worry about cosmetics, the Wallabies have found a way to stop the ageing process." Keiran Smith writes
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