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Oct 10, 2001:  The Wallabies have returned to the training paddock in a positive mood despite concern for their upcoming tour of Europe and the United Kingdom
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 9, 2001:  Bristol coach Dean Ryan is in trouble with the RFU for blasting the referee after last month's Premiership game against London Irish
Oct 8, 2001:  Welsh international Wes Davies has become the latest rugby league man to switch codes
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:  Australian stand-off Dan Parks inspired Leeds to their first win in the Parker Pen European Shield on his debut at Headingley on Sunday as French side Beziers were routed by the Yorkshiremen
Oct 7, 2001:  Northampton coach John Steele admitted his team had finally found the spark they were looking for as the Saints hit form in the rain at Franklin's Gardens this afternoon
Oct 7, 2001:  Scotland captain Budge Pountney grabbed an injury-time try as Northampton took the direct route to a 30-9 Heineken Cup victory over Glasgow at a rain-drenched Franklin's Gardens on Sunday
Oct 7, 2001:  Leicester director of rugby Dean Richards saw the Tigers chalk up an expected away 37-3 victory against Italian minnows Calvisano but was disappointed with his side's lacklustre performance in the Heineken Cup pool one match
Oct 6, 2001:  Harlequins' director of rugby John Kingston is refusing to be downbeat despite his side's 24-8 defeat at the hands of Munster in the Heineken Cup
Oct 6, 2001:  Tom Voyce was the toast of the Bath dressing room after his hat-trick of tries in Saturday's 38-9 Pool Three Heineken Cup victory over Swansea at the Recreation Ground
Oct 6, 2001:  Saracens ripped Dinamo Bucharest apart as they went on an 11-try spree in Romania to jump to the top of Pool Eight
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 5, 2001:  Newcastle coach Rob Andrew was left to rue a costly sin-bin which effectively killed off his side in a 28-9 Heineken Cup defeat to Leinster at Donnybrook
Oct 5, 2001:  Bath have appointed Australian World Cup winner Michael Foley as assistant coach to Jon Callard
Oct 5, 2001:  Leinster's toughest task to date saw them maintain their 100 per cent record in all competitions following their 19 point win over Newcastle in Donnybrook
Oct 5, 2001:  Ulster fly-half David Humphreys shattered the Heineken Cup points scoring record at Ravenhill tonight to leave Wasps on the brink of an early exit after a 42-19 defeat
Oct 5, 2001:  Saracens' Thomas Castaignede has said the recovery of Brazillian football star Ronaldo has inspired him to fight back from his own career threatening injury
Oct 5, 2001:  NEC Harlequins make two changes to the starting XV that defeated Bridgend last Saturday, for the game against Munster in the Heineken Cup tomorrow
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