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Dec 29, 2010:  "The omens are not good because they appear to be going backwards at precisely the wrong time yet again." John Taylor looks back on the fortunes of Europe's leading sides in 2010
2010 - Review of the Year
Dec 24, 2010:  100% Pure New Zealand boasts the global advertising campaign looking to lure you to the 'land of the long white cloud' for next year's Rugby World Cup and it is perhaps a fitting postscript for a year largely dominated by the All Blacks
Scrum Sevens
Apr 15, 2010:  Scrum-half Mike Phillips may have hit the headlines for the wrong reasons of late - but he still warrants a place in our latest Scrum Seven featuring the best players to have worn the Wales No.9 shirt
Tom Rees Column
Apr 8, 2010:  "There was a huge amount of disappointment in the dressing room, but I couldn't help but feel elated." Tom Rees writes
Mar 30, 2010:  "What we are left with at the end of the statistics is a Scotland side that have taken the first step on the road to recovery, they are now difficult to beat." Iain Morrison writes
The East Terrace
Mar 26, 2010:  "The most controversial measure could be that referees may be instructed to change interpretation of various laws, such as the tackle , during an actual match." James Stafford writes
Mar 24, 2010:  "I can now accept that England are a work in progress because we could actually see progress. Instead of excuses and denial we watched a vibrant performance." John Taylor writes
Scrum Sevens
Mar 23, 2010:  In our latest Scrum Seven we review the key moments of this year's Six Nations. There was an unbelievable comeback, a fond farewell ruined, an attack of the munchies, a little progress, a few backward steps and a Grand Chelem
Mar 23, 2010:  "Marc Lièvremont understands that there's plenty of hard work ahead if France are to lift their first World Cup. He now knows he has the players , but can he find the consistency?" Ian Moriarty writes
Six Nations
Mar 23, 2010:  The spoils went to France following a Six Nations tournament that scaled the heights as often as it plumbed the depths and we've taken the time to compile a mid-season report card
Six Nations - Round 5 Review
Mar 21, 2010:  "Super Saturday rarely fails to deliver in terms of excitement and emotion and the latest Six Nations feast day did not disappoint." Graham Jenkins writes
Scrum Sevens
Mar 18, 2010:  France waited a long time for their first clean sweep but success over England will ensure a third since the advent of the Six Nations. In a Scrum Seven we revisit some of their most celebrated victories
Mar 17, 2010:  "He was always his own man but now he is either stubborn to the point where he listens to nobody or genuinely in denial." John Taylor writes
Mar 17, 2010:  "Win, lose or draw the occasion will be marked by more than a tinge of sadness as their all-too-brief residence at the magnificent Croke Park comes to an end." Graham Jenkins writes
Mar 16, 2010:  "Borthwick's replacement as captain, allowing him to play for his place in the team like anyone else, would do him and his team a lot of good." Hugh Godwin writes
Six Nations - Round 4 Review
Mar 15, 2010:  Another week, another mix of thrills and frustration in the Six Nations. The latest round of action left France within touching distance of a well-deserved clean sweep while those masters of execution, Ireland, are eagerly anticipating a possible Triple C
Tom Rees Column
Mar 11, 2010:  "France are now not just a strong team, but a competitive squad, full of both experience and youth which will only serve to drive the standards of the team higher and higher." Tom Rees writes
Scrum Sevens
Mar 11, 2010:  In our latest Scrum Seven we take a look back at the highs and lows of a rivalry as old at the Test match itself
Mar 10, 2010:  "It is yet another example of how the laws of the game are simply not fit for purpose in the modern era." John Taylor writes
Mar 9, 2010:  "Gert Smal is a master tactician at the lineout and has willing students in second-rows Paul O'Connell, Donncha O'Callaghan and Leo Cullen." Hugh Farrelly writes
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