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Sep 19, 2001:  ITV Sport have announced a two-year deal to share coverage of the Heineken Cup with the BBC, rugby union's premier European event
Sep 18, 2001:  Glasgow centre Andrew Henderson has been called up by Scotland for their Six Nations game against Ireland on Saturday after Cameron Murray pulled out
Sep 16, 2001:  Connacht romped into the quarter-finals of the Celtic League with a nine-try 62-0 demolition of hapless Caerphilly
Sep 15, 2001:  Leinster moved confidently into the last eight of the new Celtic League with a comfortable 34-18 victory over a woeful Swansea side at St Helen's
Sep 15, 2001:  David Humphreys' outstanding display ensured Pontypridd's Pool A Celtic League fixtures ended with a 29-20 defeat
Sep 15, 2001:  Munster crushed Cardiff 51-10 at Thomond Park to book a home Celtic League quarter-final berth
Sep 15, 2001:  The controversy surrounding Austin Healey's Lions tour of Australia has been reopened with a newspaper report detailing the Leicester star's uneasy relationship with head coach Graham Henry
Sep 13, 2001:  Ulster have announced the signing of Argentina's Test prop Leopoldo De Chazal
Sep 13, 2001:  Cardiff's Celtic League meeting with Munster, scheduled for tomorrow, has been postponed in the wake of the terrorist atrocities in New York and Washington
Sep 12, 2001:  Ulster effectively ended Bridgend's chances of securing a place in the quarter-finals of the Celtic League when they outscored the Welshmen 46-14 at Ravenhill
Sep 12, 2001:  Leinster coach Matt Williams was quick to ease Ireland fears after centre Brian O'Driscoll left the field clutching his chest during the 52-14 Celtic League victory over Pontypridd at Donnybrook in Dublin
Sep 12, 2001:  Ireland international centre Mick Mullins helped himself to four tries as Munster swept to the top of Pool B in the Celtic League with a 61-18 mauling of Caerphilly
Sep 12, 2001:  European Rugby Cup Ltd have announced a £1 million two-year sponsorship tie-up with London-based law firm Norton Rose
Sep 11, 2001:  Leinster booked a home quarter-final berth in the Celtic League on Tuesday night with an eight-try 52-14 demolition of Pontypridd at Donnybrook, Dublin
Sep 11, 2001:  A contingency plan to play in Paris has been drawn up to ensure England's Six Nations match with Ireland, postponed from last season because of the foot and mouth crisis, goes ahead
Sep 11, 2001:  Mike Catt revealed he will push himself through the pain barrier when he begins his five-week race to be fit for England's Six Nations decider in Ireland
Sep 11, 2001:  Ireland have pulled the first surprise of the re-arranged TSB Six Nations by leaving Tyrone Howe out of the team to face Scotland at Murrayfield on September 22
Sep 10, 2001:  The All-American collegiate side has made it two from two on its short tour of Ireland with a 16-11 win over University Dublin College
Sep 10, 2001:  Ulster have announced the signging of New South Wales hooker Mark Crick whose registration comes just in time for Heineken Cup qualification
Sep 9, 2001:  Unbeaten Leinster installed themselves as strong contenders for the inaugural Celtic League title after a seven-try 51-32 destruction of Bridgend
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