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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
Sep 8, 2001:  Munster gave their Celtic League chances a major boost with a 29-21 victory over Newport at Musgrave Park, Cork
Sep 8, 2001:  Connacht tonight ended Neath's unbeaten Celtic League run with a disciplined and clinical 28-10 victory at the Galway Sports Ground
Sep 6, 2001:  The All-American collegiate team has won the opening game of its two-match Irish tour with a 21-5 defeat of Trinity College in Dublin
Sep 5, 2001:  England manager Clive Woodward has revealed that Lions bad-boy Austin Healey will feature in his Six Nations squad whatever the result of his disciplinary hearing tomorrow
Sep 5, 2001:  Western Province hooker Charl Marais, who will join Sale Sharks at the end of the season, admitted on Tuesday that he would have preferred to join mentor Alan Solomons at Ulster instead
Sep 4, 2001:  Ireland's former international centre and stalwart of the game Harry McKibbin has died aged 86
Sep 3, 2001:  Scotland coach Ian McGeechan is set to restore Gregor Townsend to stand-off for the final Six Nations game against Ireland
Sep 1, 2001:  Cardiff weathered a long period of pressure from Caerphilly, but ran out comfortable 49-15 winners after a late second-half burst
Sep 1, 2001:  Neath coach Lyn Jones hailed the man of the match performance of his fly-half Lee Jarvis as simply outstanding as his side lowered the colours of Irish provincial champions Munster for the first time in the new Celtic League
Sep 1, 2001:  All-rounder Roland Reid staked a claim for a Scotland call-up after a wonder-show in Glasgow's 59-14 victory over Pontypridd
Sep 1, 2001:  A try either side of the interval from winger Gordon D'Arcy eased Leinster to a comfortable 31-9 victory over their Irish Celtic League rivals at Donnybrook on Friday night
Sep 1, 2001:  Neath fly-half Lee Jarvis scored all 30 points as his resurgent side maintained their unbeaten start to the season in a thrilling 30-22 Celtic League victory at the Knoll
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