Oct 31, 2008: "The pursuit of a touring Grand Slam gives a shape and purpose to the November tests that simply can't be managed by the creation of spurious head-to-head trophies..." Huw Richards writes
Oct 17, 2008: "Stradey was the birthplace of the special relationship between Wales and New Zealand" Huw Richards writes
British & Irish Lions
Sep 3, 2008: "It was, all were agreed, the zenith of their careers to be British Lions - members of the party that broke a losing run extending back to the beginning of the twentieth century." Huw Richards meets the 1955 Welsh Lions.
Aug 31, 2008: "The event's charm isn't just about the consistent quality of matches
Aug 16, 2008: If anyone has looked likely to provide a flashpoint for club-country disagreement over the designation of specific positions for players in the new England agreement, it is Mathew Tait.
Aug 15, 2008: "Of course I want to go and any player who tells you that he's not thinking about it is probably lying
The 1924 Olympics
Aug 7, 2008: "Coming soon, no doubt, to a pub quiz near you, the question : Who are the reigning Olympic Rugby Champions?" Huw Richards looks at rugby and the Olympics.
Jul 21, 2008: "Rugby has no shortage of famous names of its own, but is now about to acquire another one with different sporting associations
Jul 13, 2008: "I'm looking forward to working with Martin Johnson
Jun 28, 2008: "Clermont's misery in finals continued as they were beaten for the ninth time in all, the fourth by Toulouse and the second year in a row." Huw Richards reports
Jun 27, 2008: Clermont aim to end what has to be the most extraordinary losing sequence in top-class sport when they play Toulouse in Saturday night's French championship final.
Jun 1, 2008: "Mapasua always plays with a smile and looks as though he is having fun
Jun 1, 2008: "There was, as there has never been before, a sense of this as truly English club rugby's big day." Huw Richards reports from the English season finale at Twickenham.
May 27, 2008: "With the Barbarians inevitably disjointed, it was the Irish who played most of the Baabaa style rugby." Huw Richards reports
May 25, 2008: "Munster simply shut them out...if rugby's rulers really want to create a more attractive game they need to find some way to stop teams running down the clock in this manner." Huw Richards reports from Cardiff
May 15, 2008: "It comes to few to be compared to Carwyn James and Alec Ferguson - two vastly different men linked by a genius for constructing winning sports teams - in the space of a few minutes, but then the outlandish is becoming almost commonplace for Ian
May 14, 2008: "Unspecified medical reasons were proferred as the explanation for Vainikolo, a development project if ever there was one, not joining the Churchill Cup squad." Huw Richards reports from Twickenham
Apr 23, 2008: "Any doubts as to whether the Lions would survive into the professional era were firmly quelled by the successful visit to South Africa in 1997" Huw Richards writes
2008 Six Nations
Mar 16, 2008: "Unreserved congratulations to Gatland, the remarkable Edwards and the rest of the Welsh coaching team for an job well done in a very short time." Huw Richards writes
Mar 12, 2008: The venue for this weekend's Six Nations showdown should aid Wales's search for a perfect 10 but it has not always been the case, as Huw Richards recalls.