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Nov 22, 2010:  Chris Ashton's try, Graham Henry's coaching record, the Calder brothers, James Body and England's recent record at Twickenham. John Griffiths answers your questions
Comment
Nov 21, 2010:  "The pivotal moment of Australia's match against Italy in Florence loomed squarely on the shoulders of rookie prop James Slipper." Gordon Bray writes
Comment
Nov 21, 2010:  Another round of cross-hemisphere clashes and another upset with Scotland claiming the scalp of world champions South Africa. But how many Scots made our Team of the Week?
2010
Nov 19, 2010:  "Whatever he does, he will do extremely well ever to have another day on which he sets four records." Huw Richards reflects on George North's Test bow
Scrum Sevens
Nov 18, 2010:  Ma'a Nonu and Conrad Smith are back in the saddle for the All Blacks this weekend and we take a look at some of the game's greatest partnerships in our latest Scrum Seven
Ben Kay Column
Nov 17, 2010:  "Everyone is saying they can't remember an England performance as good as that since 2003 but to be honest I can't remember one before that." ESPN's Ben Kay writes
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Nov 16, 2010:  "The moment when Ashton veered inside Mitchell, and the score became a certainty, had immediacy and a sense of history in one special bundle." Hugh Godwin writes
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Nov 15, 2010:  "How much Super Rugby will the likes of Dan Carter and Richie McCaw play in advance of Tri-Nations 2011 and the Rugby World Cup?" Huw Turner writes
Comment
Nov 14, 2010:  "The Wizards of Oz were dealt a harsh lesson by an inspired England team that could have been wearing gold jumpers instead of drab grey numbers." Gordon Bray writes
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Nov 14, 2010:  The latest cross-hemisphere battles produced a fascinating insight into the current balance of power and with it a host dazzling individual displays - but who made the grade in our latest Team of the Week?
The East Terrace
Nov 12, 2010:  "With pundits, bookies and even loyal local fans giving the home side no hope on Saturday, Scotland's leaders are struggling to know exactly how to prepare." Read the latest from The East Terrace
Scrum Sevens
Nov 11, 2010:  Victor Matfield will become the most-capped Springbok against Wales and to mark the occasion we celebrate a generation of second-row giants in our latest Scrum Seven
Comment
Nov 10, 2010:  "There were worrying signs for Ireland and Wales in the manner of their defeats whilst England should be kicking themselves." John Taylor writes
Comment
Nov 9, 2010:  "Ireland are sunk from the off if they do not run out in Dublin believing they can achieve that famous first win." Hugh Farrelly previews Ireland's most important autumn international
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Nov 9, 2010:  "Recent comments by Marc Lièvremont are threatening to kick-start a new chapter in the club v country battle." Ian Moriarty writes
Ask John
Nov 8, 2010:  'World champions' of the past, the record Test-winning run and the most ex-rugby league stars in a Test side - John Griffiths answers your questions
Comment
Nov 8, 2010:  "Momentum is only useful if harnessed correctly and will be lessened if the Wallabies do not conquer Europe this month." Keiran Smith writes
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Nov 7, 2010:  "While Quade Cooper has commanded the spotlight with an ability to press the right buttons, Beale served notice that the rave reviews will be shared around." Gordon Bray writes
Irish Rugby
Nov 5, 2010:  Aviva stadium or Lansdowne Road? Huw Richards welcomes the return of international action to the home of Irish rugby
Rugby World Cup Countdown
Nov 5, 2010:  "Sherylle Calder is the only person in rugby history who can boast back-to-back Rugby World Cup victories." Graham Jenkins talks to the visual awareness coach
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