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Monday Maul
Oct 6, 2014:  Monday Maul takes a global approach this week as we look at the Pumas' historic triumph, the Boks' win, butchered anthems and Sam Burgess
International Rugby
Oct 2, 2014:  Hugh Godwin talks to France Sevens coach Frederic Pomarel about the controversial Olympics loophole that could lead to Steffon Armitage playing for Les Bleus
England
Oct 1, 2014:  "If England flounder in the next World Cup the knives will be out - six-year contract or not." Tom Hamilton on the new contract for the England coaches
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
Monday Maul
Sep 29, 2014:  Floundering Leicester, exquisite Exeter and two old England players tearing up trees - it's the Monday Maul
England
Sep 26, 2014:  Chris Robshaw talks to Tom Hamilton about mental and physical preparation and coping with pressure ahead of the World Cup
Monday Maul
Sep 22, 2014:  The Monday Maul turns its attention to drunken nights out, a blunt-talking coach, hidden agendas and crooked feeds
1914
Sep 19, 2014:  He teed up Obolensky's try, fought in Burma and played cricket for Warwickshire - we Rewind to look at the story of Peter Cranmer
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
Aviva Premiership
Sep 17, 2014:  The changes announced to the Premiership Premiership Rugby should be welcomed by clubs as they allow them to compete on a more level playing field with rivals from abroad
Monday Maul
Sep 15, 2014:  The reopening of the openside debate, a dominant wolf-pack and a sublime performance in defeat - Monday Maul looks at the weekend's talking points
A missing Moss
Sep 11, 2014:  John Griffiths digs into the distant past to try to establish the identity of an England international whose life is a virtual mystery
International Rugby
Sep 11, 2014:  Julian Savea and Israel Folau were magnificent in round three of the Rugby Championship, and Richard Kelly compares their efforts with the best individual performances of 2014
Monday Maul
Sep 8, 2014:  Banter, charge-downs, immense Saints and the fly-half debate - the Monday Maul returns
Tom May Column
Sep 5, 2014:  "You don't leave him with an inch - he could skin you in a phone box, I should know!" Tom May on James Simpson-Daniel
Aviva Premiership
Sep 4, 2014:  "It's very important that we talked about it as a group and we acknowledged the pain". Saracens coach Mark McCall on defeats and the influence of the San Antonio Spurs
Aviva Premiership
Sep 3, 2014:  In the second part of our Aviva Premiership preview, we assess London Welsh, Newcastle Falcons, Northampton Saints, Sale Sharks, Saracens and Wasps
Aviva Premiership
Sep 2, 2014:  A preview of the 2014-15 Aviva Premiership season as we run the rule over Bath, Exeter Chiefs, Gloucester, Harlequins, Leicester Tigers and London Irish
The Concussion Debate
Sep 1, 2014:  Concussion specialist Dr Ryan Kohler warns of the dangers of pushy parents who want their kids back on the field ahead of time
Aviva Premiership
Aug 28, 2014:  "We know where we are going and we know where we want to get but how long that will take is anybody's guess." David Humphreys on his plans for Gloucester
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Plant trees and let them grow

The time for tinkering is over - England must nail their colours to the mast in key positions, writes Phil Vickery

Gatland should learn from Joe Schmidt

"New Zealand-born Joe Schmidt has forged the Irish into a street-smart, well- prepared side," John Mitchell on the Irish renaissance

Wales - The new curate's egg

"I am bored of hearing 'I can't fault the effort'. Let us take that for granted and look for some quality." John Taylor writes

Damned if they do, damned if they don't

Reports comparing the 2014 Wallabies with their rabble-like predecessors of 2005 are unfair and self-serving, Greg Growden reports

Gareth Delve to Japan?