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Richard Kelly
Nov 19, 2014:  Ireland have won eight of their last nine Tests and it's all down to the attacking revolution being led by New Zealander Joe Schmidt, Richard Kelly writes
Psychology in rugby
Nov 18, 2014:  Another November series looks set to be dominated by the big three of SANZAR yet again, Sam Bruce explores the mental demons holding the northern hemisphere back
The John Mitchell Column
Nov 11, 2014:  In John Mitchell's latest column, he believes it is time for captains to be able to challenge referee's calls with a review system
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
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
Monday Maul
Sep 8, 2014:  Banter, charge-downs, immense Saints and the fly-half debate - the Monday Maul returns
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
Guinness PRO12
Aug 26, 2014:  Tom Hamilton reports back from the launch of the Guinness PRO12 where there is a renewed sense of optimism with all of the off-field changes to the league
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
2014 Women's Rugby World Cup
Aug 6, 2014:  Ireland's win has blown open the World Cup but it is hardly surprising given the competitive nature of the tournament, writes Tom Hamilton
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
Ireland Comment
Jul 3, 2014:  Tom Hamilton looks at the implications of Ulster's state of upheaval on the Ireland team
Monday Maul
May 5, 2014:  Summer rugby, Connacht coups, relegation, Quins young guns and McGeechan - it's the Monday Maul
Comment
May 3, 2014:  Rugby has to do all it can to ensure match officials are not subjected to increasing abuse from players and spectators says Martin Williamson
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
European rugby
Apr 14, 2014:  The new European competition is now a reality and rugby will be better as a result. John Taylor looks at the deal as the dust settles
Monday Maul
Apr 7, 2014:  Red cards, rolling mauls, TMOs and Steffon Armitage - the Monday Maul looks back over the key talking points
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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

All Blacks best in class for a reason

Wales did the All Blacks a favour with their best effort against New Zealand for many years, for 68 minutes at Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Craig Dowd writes

Inside the all-conquering All Blacks

In the wake of another perfect November series, Monday Maul talks to NZRU CEO Steve Tew about the constant demand for perfection

Brothers in arms

The latest Week in Pictures takes in all the action from the weekend when rugby united behind Samoa

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