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France
Nov 14, 2014:  November. France against Australia. The World Cup just 10 months away. And on Saturday evening the bleu-clad faithful will traipse north from the centre of the capital up to Saint-Denis knowing perfectly well that whatever happens over the coming hours wi
Richard Kelly
Nov 13, 2014:  It's never easy trying to pick which France side will turn up but support play and breakdown efficiency point to more Dr Jekyll than Mr Hyde, Richard Kelly writes
Scrum Sevens
Nov 7, 2014:  Ahead of the November Tests - Scrum Sevens picks out a group of players to keep an eye on
November Internationals
Nov 7, 2014:  The frequency of north versus southern hemisphere games means the mystique element is no longer an excuse, argues John Taylor
Monday Maul
Oct 20, 2014:  Munster, No.8s, the imploding Australians, wonderful Glasgow and Lancaster's dilemma - it is Monday Maul time
European Rugby Champions Cup
Oct 17, 2014:  "I think the work I do in defence gets spoken of a little too much as it comes at the expense of what I do in attack." Brad Barritt talks to Tom Hamilton
Monday Maul
Oct 13, 2014:  Monday Maul assesses Wasps' prospects, the performance of their captain, outspoken coaches and the dismal state of Australian rugby
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
Toulouse in decline
Sep 25, 2014:  Martin Gillingham looks at the slow decline of the once all-conquering Toulouse and their 'retreat into a laager of hopeless conservatism'
Monday Maul
Sep 22, 2014:  The Monday Maul turns its attention to drunken nights out, a blunt-talking coach, hidden agendas and crooked feeds
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
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
Comment
Aug 21, 2014:  John Taylor argues the world's best XVs players must be given a chance to play in the Olympics to increase the appeal of the game
First World War Centenary
Aug 4, 2014:  Huw Richards examines the state of the game in the years before the First World War brought the most savage of interruptions
Monday Maul
Jun 30, 2014:  The final Monday Maul before the summer breaks looks at mad itineraries, Gallic bellyaching and Australians with a reason to whinge
Scrum5
Jun 23, 2014:  There's now no doubt who's the best fullback in the world as Ben Smith takes "freakish" to new heights, Brett McKay writes.
Scrum5
Jun 16, 2014:  England, had they been playing anyone but the world-champion All Blacks, would almost certainly be celebrating a series win right now, Brett McKay writes
Monday Maul
Jun 9, 2014:  The Monday Maul looks at how England silenced Eden Park, how France have gone from mercurial to just awful, how forward passes have become acceptable, and looks at a well-kept secret
Scrum5
Jun 9, 2014:  Brett McKay reviews the weekend Tests in Auckland and Brisbane, and anticipates more of the same this weekend in Dunedin and Melbourne
The Whiteboard
Jun 5, 2014:  Brett McKay re-illustrates five key plays to inform your Rugby IQ ahead of the Test series between New Zealand and England, Australia and France
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