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Scrum Sevens
Jul 29, 2010:  To celebrate Joe Rokocoko's record-breaking 64th Test appearance, we profile some of the All Blacks' greatest wingers in our latest Scrum Seven
Scrum Sevens
Jul 22, 2010:  Alain Rolland endured a forgettable night as the All Blacks routed South Africa last weekend - in a Scrum Seven we take a look back at some other famous ref disasters
Ask John
Jul 19, 2010:  The All Blacks' Test points record, the South African Gazelles/Junior Springboks, bleep tests and the Six Nations fixture list - John Griffiths answers your questions
Jul 16, 2010:  "It was the third and final Test of the first ever series between the two teams who have dominated most of the game's history since." Huw Richards writes
Scrum Sevens
Jul 15, 2010:  In our latest Scrum Seven we sound a word of warning to the revenge-seeking Springboks with seven potential comebacks that went badly awry
Jul 14, 2010:  "After several years of frustration with the way the game has been developing I really found New Zealand's performance against South Africa uplifting." John Taylor writes
Jul 13, 2010:  "The Springboks need to play smart, fluent rugby to trouble New Zealand in Wellington. Bakkies Botha's performance last weekend was neither." Huw Baines writes
Scrum Sevens
Jul 8, 2010:  With the plight of Springbok Ricky Januarie in mind, we've selected a Scrum Seven featuring players who at certain points during their careers failed to win hearts and minds
Jul 5, 2010:  "I expect the All Blacks to win both Tests against the Boks. But expectations are such that defeat will heap enormous pressure on Henry, Smith and Hansen." Huw Turner writes
Scrum Sevens
Jul 1, 2010:  It's a quiet weekend in the world of rugby, so here at we've decided to liven up proceeding with a look into the archives to check out a few more big hits and scraps
Jun 28, 2010:  "The continuing absence of Hosea Gear from the squad is hard to understand and the omission of young winger Zac Guilford seems perverse." Huw Turner writes
International Rugby
Jun 27, 2010:  The Tri-Nations is looming on the horizon and the southern hemisphere superpowers have a pretty good idea where the balance of power lies in world rugby
Scrum Sevens
Jun 24, 2010:  The New Zealand Maori's centenary celebrations went off with a bang on Wednesday, so we've taken a look back at some of their key triumphs in our latest Scrum Seven
Jun 23, 2010:  "The standard has been set in terms of performance and expectation and the bar must be raised again." Graham Jenkins writes
New Zealand Rugby
Jun 21, 2010:  As throngs of misty-eyed punters lingered for the strains of Auld Lang Syne and the crackle of fireworks, creaky Carisbrook said its final goodbye to Test rugby on Saturday
Scrum Sevens
Jun 17, 2010:  Wales travel to face New Zealand on Saturday with designs on ending a long wait. With that in mind we take a look back at some classic meetings in Scrum Sevens
New Zealand Rugby
Jun 17, 2010:  "Like an old mate nearing the end of a long, colourful life, Carisbrook is set for a fitting Test send-off on Saturday." NZPA's Mark Geenty writes
Jun 17, 2010:  "All Black back-row Bill Clark's exceptional pace made him an immensely effective spoiler in defence, but also an extremely dangerous attacker." Huw Richards writes
Jun 15, 2010:  "The bar, it might be argued, has been set pretty low for Warren Gatland's team over the next two weekends." Huw Richards writes
Jun 13, 2010:  "In a blistering opening South Africa hit France with a deadly mix of power and pace to deliver the most emphatic reminder of where the balance of power resides in world rugby." Graham Jenkins writes
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