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The Growden Report
Feb 9, 2015:  Australian rugby may be struggling for identity but it is not yet time to throw up the arms and give up, Greg Growden writes
Rugby World Cup
Feb 5, 2015:  Which World Cup candidates have the best depth in their squad to handle a tough campaign? Welcome to the first edition of our year-long RWC Depth Chart
Australia
Jan 7, 2015:  Salesi Ma'afu is one of the premier props in Europe and Sam Bruce suggests the ARU should consider an "exceptional circumstances" clause to select him for the World Cup
Scrum Sevens
Jan 7, 2015:  World Cup years do strange things to the natural order of things. Scrum Sevens picks out seven potential stars of this year's tournament
Rugby World Cup
Dec 16, 2014:  Referee inconsistency may play a major role at RWC 2015, a situation Jonathan Kaplan says can be avoided with clear direction from World Rugby
Rugby World Cup
Dec 5, 2014:  The November Test action is behind us but what, if anything, can we take forward to RWC 2015? Tom Hamilton and Sam Bruce fire off some fearless predictions
Monday Maul
Nov 24, 2014:  In the wake of another perfect November series, Monday Maul talks to NZRU CEO Steve Tew about the constant demand for perfection
The Tom May Column
Sep 30, 2014:  With the deadline for World Cup ticket applications now over, Tom May outlines his hopes, gripes and wishes for next year's global gathering
2015 Rugby World Cup
Sep 26, 2014:  "If I was to liken Russia to England, Krasnoyarsk is like our Leicester." All you need to know about Krasnoyarsk ahead of Russia v Uruguay
2015 Rugby World Cup
Sep 18, 2014:  With the World Cup just a year away, Tom Hamilton picks out five matches to ensure you have tickets for
2015 Rugby World Cup
Sep 16, 2014:  Tom Hamilton talks to World Cup-winning captain John Smit about life after rugby, his fears over the South African exodus and the World Cup
ESPN talks to Dan Carter
Apr 23, 2014:  "It does sometimes get tough as you get older, but there's nothing else I'd rather do." Tom Hamilton talks to fly-half Dan Carter
Monday Maul
Feb 24, 2014:  The Six Nations is now a four-horse race and Monday Maul looks at a weekend of crushed shamrocks and Scottish cojones
2015 Rugby World Cup
Jan 16, 2014:  With a huge following and possible qualification for the 2015 World Cup, rugby in the island nation of Madagascar is making serious waves
2015 Rugby World Cup
Nov 27, 2013:  The organisers of the 2015 Rugby World Cup are likely to face a barrage of moans ... but ticket prices were not really within their control
South Africa Rugby
Nov 21, 2013:  Tom Hamilton talks to Dr. Sherylle Calder, the lady who won both the 2003 and 2007 World Cups
Brett Gosper Interview
Sep 16, 2013:  "I'm sure some people in the rugby world question the time and effort I put into that area." IRB boss Brett Gosper reflects on his first year in charge of the sport
Comment
Jul 11, 2013:  "There was no mention of the word 'strike' but you sense if the sport's stakeholders do not play ball then they may well take drastic action." Graham Jenkins on the global season proposal
Rugby World Cup 2015
May 2, 2013:  Rugby World Cup 2015 bosses are confident that the venues selected for the forthcoming tournament will enable them to meet the financial demands of hosting the sport's showpiece event and also generate the profit they hope will fuel the growth of the game
2015 Rugby World Cup
Apr 18, 2013:  "They were dancing on the streets of Nicosia just a few weeks ago celebrating Cyprus' triumph - but that elation has turned to despair." Graham Jenkins writes
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Why Ireland can win the World Cup

Ireland have the world sitting up and taking notice - and rugby's structure in Europe will aid their Rugby World Cup bid, writes John Mitchell

When Italy upset the Six Nations applecart

Where does Italy's win over Scotland rank among their successes in the Six Nations? Scrum Sevens investigates

England must learn to play on the edge

The tone was set early on in Dublin as a more clinical Ireland made England pay. All is not lost, however, argues Phil Vickery

Veteran O'Connell not finished yet

Monday Maul takes in retirement talk, England reshuffles, France's unfair advantage and Scotland's communication breakdown

Gareth Delve to Japan?