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Oct 9, 2001:  Stade Francais will be without Thomas Lombard for the rest of their Pool 2 matches as they bid to reach a second successive Heineken Cup final
Oct 8, 2001:  Welsh international Wes Davies has become the latest rugby league man to switch codes
Oct 8, 2001:  Cardiff centre Jamie Robinson will make his first Wales start in next Saturday's Lloyds TSB Six Nations Championship clash against Ireland at the Millennium Stadium
Oct 8, 2001:  Leicester were expected to rattle up a hatful of points against Calvisano but struggled to find their rhythm before prevailing 37-3
Oct 7, 2001:  British & Irish Lions coach Graham Henry, who fined tourists Matt Dawson and Austin Healey for outspoken comments during this summer's tour to Australia, has added to the controversy with the serialisation of his tour diary in a British tabloid
Oct 7, 2001:  Wales captain David Young is fighting to be fit for next Saturday's Lloyds TSB Six Nations Championship clash against Ireland at the Millennium Stadium
Oct 7, 2001:  Newport hero Shane Howarth paid tribute to his team-mates' mental strength after a stunning last-gasp Heineken Cup victory over French champions Toulouse at Rodney Parade
Oct 6, 2001:  A second half fightback was not enough to prevent Bridgend slipping to a 35-23 loss to Castres in Heineken Cup Pool Four which effectively ends their hopes of progressing in the competition
Oct 6, 2001:  Shane Howarth grabbed a sensational last-gasp 21-20 Heineken Cup victory for Newport against French champions Toulouse to preserve the Black and Ambers' unbeaten Pool Six record
Oct 6, 2001:  Cardiff coach Rudy Joubert promised more hard work after a disappointing 37-10 Heineken Cup defeat in Montferrand
Oct 6, 2001:  Try-hungry wing Tom Voyce collected a Heineken Cup hat-trick as Bath tightened their grip on Pool Three with a comfortable 38-9 victory over Swansea at the Recreation Ground
Oct 6, 2001:  Cardiff were blown out of the match and possibly the Heineken Cup by five Montferrand tries to a consolation late score
Oct 5, 2001:  It might not have been perfect but Gareth Jenkins saw enough at Stradey Park to convince him that Llanelli's Heineken Cup chase is still on course
Oct 5, 2001:  Stephen Jones' boot got Llanelli home 20-6 after the inventive Frenchmen often threatened to rule the Stradey Park roost for much of the time in a fast-flowing but error-strewn affair
Oct 5, 2001:  The second round of pool matches in the Heineken Cup starting on Friday will see a number of major sides looking to bounce back from surprise defeats
Oct 3, 2001:  As part of their hugley successful varsity rugby series Oxfam are laying down the gauntlet to corporate Jonny Wilkinson wannabes to bring glory to their companies
Oct 3, 2001:  Neath travel to Bristol Shoguns on Sunday intent on creating a little slice of Welsh All Blacks history - winning away from home in Europe for the first time
Oct 3, 2001:  Brendan Venter believes qualifying for the Heineken Cup as winners of the Parker Pen Shield is as tough as any of the three routes open to the six English clubs playing in the tournament
Oct 3, 2001:  Ireland have dropped British & Irish Lion Jeremy Davidson from their squad for next week's Six Nations Championship clash against Wales in Cardiff
Oct 1, 2001:  Canterbury coach Steve Hansen has turned his back on the opportunity to apply for the position of All Blacks supremo to fulfil his commitment to Graham Henry and Wales
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