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2000 Six Nations
Apr 3, 2000:  "And so here endeth the inaugural Six Nations Championship - bigger and better, and with a bite in the final chunk". John Inverdale reflects on the inaugural tournament
2000 Six Nations
Apr 3, 2000:  "No one could have possibly imagined how a team coming off the back of four defeats could raise their game to a level to destroy England." Gavin Hastings writes
World Cup 1999
Nov 6, 1999:  A review of the 1999 Rugby World Cup where Australia became the first country to claim the sport's top prize twice with victory over France in the tournament finale
Rugby World Cup 1995
Jun 24, 1995:  A review of the 1995 Rugby World Cup where South Africa delighted their home supporters with an extra-time win over New Zealand
World Cup 1991
Nov 2, 1991:  A review of the second World Cup in 1991 when Australia edged out England in a tight final
World Cup 1987
Jun 20, 1987:  A review of the inaugural World Cup in 1987 which was dominated by hosts New Zealand
November 3 down the years
Nov 3, 1984:  November 3 down the years
Munster 12-0 New Zealand
Oct 31, 1978:  Munster's defeat of the All Blacks at Limerick in the autumn of 1978 might only be a footnote, but it is still talked about locally and it still rankles in New Zealand.
France 13-39 England
Apr 13, 1914:  A century ago, two nations who would soon become allies lined up as opponents for the final international match before the First World War wrought havoc in Europe
Rugby Primer
Mar 28, 1901:  Sevens and Tens rugby is typically played only during tournaments
Rugby Primer
Mar 28, 1901:  As previously mentioned, any time lost due to injury will be added to the end of each half
Rugby Primer
Mar 28, 1901:  A scrum is called a set piece. The other common set piece in rugby is the lineout
Rugby Primer
Mar 28, 1901:  The scrum formation is used to re-start play after a knock-on, a forward pass or if the ball has become unplayable
Rugby Primer
Mar 28, 1901:  Most tactical kicks by the fly-half will be to advance the ball upfield and into touch
Rugby Primer
Mar 28, 1901:  If and when the ball is produced from a ruck or maul without penalty the ball will most often be passed to a forward charging back through the defence or to the fly-half who has pre-determined a course of action
Rugby Primer
Mar 28, 1901:  If a penalty is awarded against a team then their opponents may elect to kick for goal
Rugby Primer
Mar 28, 1901:  If the ball is held up off the ground, once more than any two players have bound together a maul is formed
Rugby Primer
Mar 28, 1901:  A coin toss determines the team which will kickoff first
Rugby Primer
Mar 28, 1901:  Teams in a fifteens match will consist of two groups of players, the forwards and the backs
Rugby Primer
Mar 28, 1901:  The field that rugby is played on is called a pitch. The pitch is expected to be 100 metres long by 69 metres wide
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