Apr 21, 2007: Leicester guaranteed the first all-English Heineken Cup final - a fortnight after Guinness Premiership clubs announced their boycott of next season's tournament - following an Andy Goode-inspired display at the Walkers Stadium.
Apr 21, 2007: Fly-half Andy Goode responded to a public challenge from boss Pat Howard and guided Leicester to a 33-17 victory over Llanelli Scarlets and into the Heineken Cup final
Apr 21, 2007: Fly-half Andy Goode responded to a public challenge from boss Pat Howard and guided Leicester to a 33-17 victory over Llanelli Scarlets and into the Heineken Cup final.
Apr 20, 2007: Llanelli Scarlets have marched imperiously on Europe this season - but captain Simon Easterby believes they will need to "raise the bar'' in tomorrow's semi-final showdown against Leicester.
Apr 19, 2007: Forgotten All Black Regan King expects New Zealand to win the 2007 World Cup - but he will not be part of their bid for global supremacy.
Apr 18, 2007: A guide to this weekend's Heineken Cup semi-finals.
Apr 18, 2007: Dafydd James is already established as a Heineken Cup record-breaker - but his sights are set on another landmark feat this weekend.
Apr 17, 2007: Llanelli Scarlets anticipate a minimum PS1.5million windfall if they become the first Welsh team to be crowned European champions.
Apr 16, 2007: Kiwis Daryl Gibson and Regan King are on a Heineken Cup semi-final midfield collision course - and Gibson believes his fellow All Black is in the form of his life.
Apr 16, 2007: Dafydd James is out on his own when it comes to scoring tries in the Heineken Cup - and he is hoping it turns out to be third time lucky as Llanelli Scarlets try to break their tournament semi-final duck.
Apr 16, 2007: Ospreys coach Lyn Jones last night backed Welsh rivals Llanelli Scarlets to succeed where his men failed and beat Leicester in Saturday's Heineken Cup semi-final.
Apr 14, 2007: There might be teams from only two nations left in the search for Heineken Cup glory but between them there are international players from 11 different countries still in the hunt to join the elite 209 players to have claimed cherished Heineken Cup
Apr 14, 2007: Austin Healey knows precisely what it takes to win the Heineken Cup - he is the proud owner of two winners' medals with Leicester Tigers in 2001 and 2002 - and he is tipping Llanelli Scarlets to deny his old club in the semi-finals and go all the way
Apr 14, 2007: Simon Easterby and his Llanelli Scarlets are all that stand in the way of a first all-England Heineken Cup final - and Scarlets head coach Phil Davies accepts they are facing "one of the great clubs in Europe" when they clash with Leicester Tigers at
Apr 12, 2007: Lyn Jones believes his Ospreys players have an opportunity to "put the record straight" when they renew their rivalry with English heavyweights Leicester.
Apr 12, 2007: European rugby chiefs have vowed "to do what it takes" to secure the game's future - despite a current backdrop of considerable political unrest.
Apr 12, 2007: Welsh rugby chief Roger Lewis believes the door remains open" for top English and French clubs to play in next season's Heineken Cup.
Apr 11, 2007: Tournament organisers have vowed to press ahead with plans for a "European club rugby tournament" next season - despite the damaging Anglo-French boycott.
Apr 11, 2007: The European Rugby Cup Ltd directors and shareholders begin a series of meetings in Dublin today which could prove vital to the immediate future of the Heineken Cup.
Apr 6, 2007: Llanelli Scarlets earned an easy bonus point victory over the Borders at Stradey Park to keep their Magners League title hopes alive.