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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
May 26, 2014:  Monday Maul looks at Steffon Armitage's England prospects, Toulon, Steve Borthwick, Japanese rugby and diving
Comment
Apr 25, 2014:  The vast swathes of empty seats anticipated at Twickenham for Saturday's Heineken Cup semi-final does nothing for the game's image, writes Tom Hamilton
Heineken Cup
Apr 24, 2014:  Jonny Wilkinson is the face of Toulon but whisper it, they might be a better team without him. Paul Eddison examines the case for dropping the talisman
Monday Maul
Apr 7, 2014:  Red cards, rolling mauls, TMOs and Steffon Armitage - the Monday Maul looks back over the key talking points
Heineken Cup
Apr 3, 2014:  So just how difficult is it to win away in the quarter-finals of the Heineken Cup? Paul Eddison looks back at Leinster's win over Toulouse in 2006
Monday Maul
Jan 20, 2014:  Monday Maul looks at two stamping incidents which overshadowed a weekend where the European knock-out picture took shape
Heineken Cup
Jan 17, 2014:  Ahead of Round Six, ESPN brings you a rundown of how the knockout stages should work out alongside the latest team and betting news
Top 14
Jan 15, 2014:  Clermont Auvergne are a great side, but will undergo mass overhaul in the summer. Paul Eddison looks at their 'Championship Window'.
The future of European rugby
Jan 14, 2014:  The IRB's stance on the European crisis highlights the fact they are keen for more of the same rather than a meaningful resolution, John Taylor writes
Monday Maul
Jan 13, 2014:  The weekend's action saw six teams qualify for the final eight and Monday Maul looks back at the key talking points
Heineken Cup
Jan 10, 2014:  "Outside people say to me that it looks like we are having fun and that's true. You can't underestimate the importance in that." Tom Hamilton talks to Dean Mumm
Monday Maul
Dec 16, 2013:  There were some thrilling matches in the Heineken Cup this weekend, some dire games and a couple of pointless exercises. Monday Maul looks back at the talking points
Heineken Cup
Dec 13, 2013:  This weekend the Irish will be the teams to beat and with the rugby kicking off on Friday night, we take a look at the in-form sides and those who have work to do alongside all the latest team news
Heineken Cup
Dec 13, 2013:  "The most exciting games of recent years have been in European competition; let's not destroy it. " Tom May on the Heineken Cup and why it means so much to the players
The future of European rugby
Dec 10, 2013:  "Gentlemen, if you want to see the World Cup going south yet again, you are going the right way about it," John Taylor looks at the state of European rugby
Monday Maul
Dec 9, 2013:  The Heineken Cup proved once again just why it is the best domestic rugby competition in the world at the weekend and Monday Maul picks out some of the key talking points
Heineken Cup - Round 3 preview
Dec 6, 2013:  In the last few weeks we have seen Heineken Cup posturing, bold statements, u-turns and talk of boycotts - now we finally get to see some European rugby once again
England Rugby
Dec 6, 2013:  "If I miss the first kick of the match, it shouldn't have any impact on the second. They are different entities." Tom Hamilton talks to Northampton Saints' Stephen Myler
France on the up
Dec 4, 2013:  Paul Eddison explains how the French sold English clubs down the river and why their domestic game will go from strength-to-strength as a result
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The Olympics dilemma

Hugh Godwin talks to France Sevens coach Frederic Pomarel about the controversial Olympics loophole that could lead to Steffon Armitage playing for Les Bleus

The pressure is still on Lancaster

"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

All Blacks face test of altitude

The All Blacks face their toughest task of the Rugby Championship at Ellis Park this weekend, writes Craig Dowd

World Cup can bring Olympic-style boom

With the deadline for World Cup ticket applications now over, Tom May outlines his hopes, gripes and wishes for next year's global gathering

Gareth Delve to Japan?