Dec 16, 2007: The Scarlets remain pointless and rooted to the bottom of the table after today's 22-13 loss at Thomond Park, during which they lost two players - Ben Broster and Alix Popham - to the sin bin.
Dec 14, 2007: Ian McGeechan believes Wasps will require a "top-class performance" to effectively stay alive in the Heineken Cup's pool of death tomorrow.
Dec 11, 2007: Leinster have won two from three - but still find themselves down in third place in a Pool that will go all the way to the wire and could end up needing the calculators to determine quarter-final qualification.
Dec 3, 2007: Llanelli Scarlets are in danger of being counted out of knock-out stage qualification before the final bell - but Director of Rugby Phil Davies promises they will come out with all guns blazing in their remaining four Heineken Cup matches.
Dec 1, 2007: Ospreys head coach Lyn Jones is determined his side will learn from recent defeats and book their place in the EDF Energy Cup semi-finals.
Nov 28, 2007: Young centre Johnathan Davies has been given the opportunity of starting his second consecutive game with the Scarlets when Phil Davies's side tackle Saracens in an EDF Energy Cup clash at Stradey Park on Saturday.
Nov 20, 2007: Only six of the 24 teams in the Heineken Cup have won both their opening matches - London Irish, Perpignan, London Wasps, Gloucester, Biarritz and Toulouse.
Nov 18, 2007: Wasps boss Ian McGeechan hailed a ``tremendous performance'' by the Heineken Cup holders that effectively ended Llanelli Scarlets' European challenge and kept his team on course to make English rugby history.
Nov 17, 2007: Fraser Waters crossed for two tries as Wasps completed a crucial bonus-point win over Scarlets at Stradey Park to take control of Pool Five.
Nov 17, 2007: Wasps head coach Shaun Edwards rated their 33-17 Heineken Cup win over Llanelli at Stradey Park as their best performance of the season.
Nov 15, 2007: A crowd of up to 10,000 turned out to say farewell to former Scarlets, Wales and British Lions rugby star Ray Gravell today in a final service which was akin to a state funeral.
Nov 15, 2007: Thousands of fans will say a very public farewell to rugby star Ray Gravell today.
Nov 13, 2007: Llanelli Scarlets have been Wales' most successful Heineken Cup team by qualifying for the knock-out stages - including three semi-finals - eight times in 11 tournaments.
Nov 12, 2007: Check out some stats from the opening weekend of Heineken Cup action.
Nov 9, 2007: Ian McGeechan has braced European champions Wasps for "six cup finals" during the next two months as they attempt to make English rugby history.
Nov 8, 2007: The 13th Heineken Cup tournament kicks-off tomorrow and will climax in the final at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday, 24 May, 2008.
Nov 8, 2007: "The 13th season of Heineken Cup rugby kicks off tomorrow night - so isn't it about time the Welsh and Scots turned up?" PA Sport's Andrew Baldock reports
Nov 7, 2007: On the eve of this year's Heineken Cup kick off check out PA Sport's club by club guide.
Nov 4, 2007: Ospreys coach Lyn Jones admitted he had some serious Heineken Cup selection headaches after the resounding EDF Energy Cup victory over London Irish at the Liberty Stadium.
Nov 2, 2007: Llanelli director of rugby Phil Davies admitted after the 59-19 EDF Energy Cup over Leeds win it had been an emotional time for the West Wales region in the wake of Ray Gravell's sudden death on Wednesday.