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Rugby World Cup Countdown
Aug 23, 2010:  Rugby New Zealand 2011 chief executive Martin Snedden tells Graham Jenkins why he is confident next year's World Cup will not be the last to be staged in the country
The East Terrace
Aug 20, 2010:  "The IRFU are looking into the possibility of literally charging an arm and a leg for tickets instead of a traditional monetary exchange." Read the latest from The East Terrace
Scrum Sevens
Aug 19, 2010:  As the Springboks' John Smit prepares to join the 100-Test cap club, we look at those set to follow him in our latest Scrum Seven
Comment
Aug 18, 2010:  "The players might have been able to indulge in some sun worship but there is no such luxury for anyone trying to manage a Championship club." John Taylor writes
Women's Rugby World Cup 2010
Aug 18, 2010:  Catherine Spencer will lead England Women into battle in this month's World Cup - Kate Llewellyn-Waters caught up with her to discuss preparation and pressure
Scottish Rugby
Aug 17, 2010:  "Let's face it, a decent injury/operation is the only time the modern player gets a proper break from the daily grind of professional rugby." Iain Morrison writes
Ask John
Aug 16, 2010:  The oldest surviving Tri-Nations players, the first players to notch 50 Test wins, Ireland's George Bradshaw and Test twins - John Griffiths answers your questions
Australian Rugby
Aug 16, 2010:  "The Wallabies are staring down the barrel of more Tri-Nations misery, but we're told the end game is still to come." Keiran Smith writes
1960
Aug 13, 2010:  "By modern standards his 207 points in Test rugby do not look that impressive. By the standards of his time, Don Clarke was a points-scoring colossus." Huw Richards writes
English Rugby
Aug 12, 2010:  "It may have an unloved format but the Championship, English rugby's second tier competition, has one major success story to shout about in Dan Cole." Rob Wildman writes
Scrum Sevens
Aug 12, 2010:  The Top 14 kicks off on Friday with some of the world's biggest names cast into the French melting pot. We've taken a look at the men who need to impress in a Scrum Seven
Top 14
Aug 12, 2010:  "The Stade Felix Mayol is rocking. The atmosphere is electric. A near-capacity crowd of over 13,000 are packed in. This is pre-season, Toulon style." Graham Jenkins writes
Top 14
Aug 11, 2010:  "I know I am crazy sometimes, but it's good to be crazy sometimes because you can have some fantastic ideas." Graham Jenkins meets Toulon's president, Mourad Boudjellal
Top 14
Aug 10, 2010:  "While much of France is still enjoying the national August pastime of 'Cong├ęs Annuel', the Top 14 road show is back with a bang this Friday." Ian Moriarty writes
Tri-Nations
Aug 9, 2010:  "With the the Tri-Nations title all but regained, All Blacks boss Graham Henry can reflect on what he has achieved before heading for Johannesburg." Huw Turner writes
Aviva Premiership
Aug 6, 2010:  "It's fair to say I got a bit tangled up." Rob Wildman talks to giant Northampton prop Soane Tonga'uiha about his new lease of life with the Saints and the season ahead
Scrum Sevens
Aug 5, 2010:  Ten years ago this week Australia skipper John Eales stroked over a penalty to beat the All Blacks 24-23. We take a look at some great last-gasp kicks in Scrum Sevens
Comment
Aug 4, 2010:  "The referee, Craig Joubert, had a complete shocker and if anybody was going to carry the can it should have been him, not Cobus Wessels." John Taylor writes
Comment
Aug 3, 2010:  "It may not sit well with the jingoists who occupy some parts of the English media but there is a reason why I hope McCaw's All Blacks win the World Cup." Hugh Godwin writes
Comment
Aug 2, 2010:  "New Zealand deserved their victories and for anyone to put it down to refereeing is disgusting, and insulting to the quality of the All Blacks' performance." Stephen Nell writes
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