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Scrum Sevens
Oct 22, 2009:  With rising panic in England caused by injuries to Andrew Sheridan and Phil Vickery, we salute the best practitioners of the dark arts in a Scrum Seven
Oct 21, 2009:  "My biggest gripe about the game at present is the undue influence of the referees' assistants." John Taylor writes
Irish Rugby
Oct 20, 2009:  "Healy's progression and scope for improvement means Ireland could have a regular at loose-head for the next decade." Hugh Farrelly writes
Oct 18, 2009:  "If your opponent is bigger than you, the natural reaction is to get bigger yourself in pursuit of a level playing field." Huw Baines writes
Oct 16, 2009:  "Walter Vickery, born 100 years ago on 25th October 1909, is unique as the only Wales player whose father played for England." Huw Richards writes
Tom Rees Column
Oct 15, 2009:  "I don't enjoy being injured and would do my best to avoid it, the only way to avoid it completely just isn't an option." Tom Rees writes
Scottish Rugby
Oct 14, 2009:  "I think they both can win this week but it's going to take a lot of effort and a real show of character." Kenny Logan talks Heineken Cup with ESPNScrum
Oct 14, 2009:  "It has been a long hard road to this point and has included more than one false dawn but rugby is finally set to return to the Olympic family." Graham Jenkins writes
Scrum Sevens
Oct 14, 2009:  As Samoa recovers from the devastating Tsunami we take a look at some of the greatest products of a proud rugby heartland
Welsh Rugby
Oct 13, 2009:  "The question over Hook as an international fly-half is not whether he has the requisite talent - he has, to a degree matched by few other current performers." Huw Richards writes
Ask John
Oct 12, 2009:  Campo's career, Test replacements and gaps between England caps - John Griffiths answers your questions
Oct 12, 2009:  "The decision to elevate Elsom may have been a surprise, but the need to change captain was obvious." Keiran Smith writes
Oct 11, 2009:  "No offence to the current northern hemisphere season but we needed a refresher - a reminder of how good this sport could be." Graham Jenkins writes
Oct 9, 2009:  "If the sport is serious about cleaning up in the wake of 'Bloodgate' then it must embrace rolling replacements." Graham Jenkins writes
The East Terrace
Oct 9, 2009:  The idea would involve the IRB emailing the player a video of their offence and asking them to deliver their punishment, if any." James Stafford writes
Oct 8, 2009: 
Scrum Sevens
Oct 8, 2009:  The Heineken Cup creates new heroes and villains every season, so we run through the players you should be looking out for in our latest Scrum Seven
Oct 7, 2009:  "I believe at worst it could be a disaster and everybody should think long and hard about all the ramifications before it is even trialled." John Taylor writes
Heineken Cup - Preview
Oct 7, 2009:  Arguably the world's greatest rugby tournament returns to centre stage this weekend with the opening round of matches in this season's Heineken Cup
European Challenge Cup - Preview
Oct 7, 2009:  With some of the biggest names to grace the tournament in years set for kick-off, the European Challenge Cup is set to provide a feast of rugby
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