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Aug 20, 2001:  Edinburgh confirmed on Monday that captain Graeme Burns sustained a tiny crack to one of the sesamoid bones in his left foot against Munster on Friday
Aug 20, 2001:  Interpretations of the tackle law are strangling this year's Vodacom Tri-Nations, Australian coach Eddie Jones said on Monday
Aug 20, 2001:  Bay of Plenty failed to match their historic victory over Wellington last week as they went down to Auckland in their latest NPC clash
Aug 20, 2001:  Wallaby coach Eddie Jones said on Monday he was confident Andrew Walker would submit to team discipline in the future, but ruled out his automatic return for the deciding Vodacom Tri-Nations Test against New Zealand on September 1
Aug 20, 2001:  This year's disrupted Six Nations will be completed as planned thanks to a relaxing of the Irish Government's restrictions of movement as a result of the foot and mouth epidemic
Aug 20, 2001:  A world record beating Haka will be staged in the run up to this weekend's clash with South Africa to boost the All Blacks
Aug 20, 2001:  The continuing plight of one of Wales' wounded Lions tourists could herald the return from international exile of Brett Sinkinson, one of the players at the centre of the "Grannygate" affair
Aug 20, 2001:  Ireland's Celtic Tiger economy may be in decline at the moment but there were no signs of decline amongst their four representatives in the Celtic League - with a 100% record in the competition's opening round
Aug 20, 2001:  Former Wallaby great David Campese says Australia have become too conservative to be able to break down defensive-minded sides like South Africa
Aug 20, 2001:  The Springboks believe they can still win the Tri-Nations title, but Harry Viljoen and his charges are acutely aware of the fact that it is going to take a massive attacking effort on Saturday against the All Blacks if they want to achieve their goal
Aug 19, 2001:  Australian Rugby Union chief executive John O'Neill has demanded a review of video technology after the Wallabies were once again the victim of a video refereeing blunder
Aug 19, 2001:  Springbok coach Harry Viljoen can't help but feel disappointed after Saturday's 14-all Tri-Nations draw with Australia in Perth
Aug 19, 2001:  Wallaby skipper John Eales has slammed his Springbok counterpart Bob Skinstad for deliberately committing professional fouls during Saturday's drawn Tri-Nation clash in Perth
Aug 19, 2001:  Wallaby coach Eddie Jones said on Sunday he plans to see winger Andrew Walker next week to find out if he wants to resume his international rugby union career
Aug 19, 2001:  Adidas may have triggered a possible trade war in New Zealand with rival clothing manufacturers Canterbury
Aug 19, 2001:  Despite a spakling return to action for his NPC side Welligton, fullback Christian Cullen will not return to the All Blacks' ranks for the clash with South Africa next weekend according to a newspaper report
Aug 19, 2001:  Southland and Counties Manukau have drawn their latest NPC first division clash 24-24 in Pukekohe
Aug 19, 2001:  Bay of Plenty failed to match their historic victory over Wellington last week as they went down to Auckland in their latest NPC clash
Aug 19, 2001:  From a Natal Sharks point of view it was mission accomplished at the Absa Stadium in Durban on Saturday, securing a bonus point for four tries as they beat the Boland Kavaliers 37-20 in a match in which the Wine "Farmers" deserved better rewards for
Aug 19, 2001:  The Pumas sounded a warning to the bigger unions with a resounding 111-14 victory over the Eagles in a Bankfin Currie Cup encounter played in Witbank on Saturday
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