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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
ESPN Sin Bin Rugby Awards
Dec 27, 2013:  There are plenty of earnest end-of-year awards ... but there is only one batch of Sin-Bin Awards for 2013
ESPN End of Year Rugby Awards
Dec 24, 2013:  As 2013 ticks ever closer to its conclusion, we hand out the ESPN End of Year Rugby Awards to those who have dazzled over the past 12 months
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:  "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
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
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
Monday Maul
Nov 25, 2013:  It's a familiar story; southern hemisphere dominance and appalling pitches. Monday Maul looks back at the key talking points from the weekend's matches
European competitions
Nov 21, 2013:  Tonight's announcement that the 2014-15 Heineken Cup will go ahead makes what has happened until now seem positively simple
Boozing rugby players
Nov 20, 2013:  The last few weeks have featured stories of players drinking 'inappropriately'. Scrum Sevens looks at some of the sport's hellraisers
Monday Maul
Nov 18, 2013:  The latest Monday Maul looks back at good, the bad and the ugly parts of the weekend's action as the southern hemisphere big three once again asserted their dominance
Monday Maul
Nov 11, 2013:  Europe played host to the best the southern hemisphere had to offer this weekend. Monday Maul picks out some of the key talking points
Autumn Internationals
Nov 1, 2013:  "Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness if you are a poet. Season of defeats and disappointment if you're a British/Irish rugby supporter." John Griffiths writes
Irish Rugby
Oct 15, 2013:  "The IRFU certainly need to become more proactive in the negotiation process but it cannot compete financially." Murray Kinsella looks at the potential Irish exodus
Heineken Cup Comment
Sep 30, 2013:  "The biggest scandal is the failure on the part of ERC to engage in constructive dialogue over the past 12 months." John Taylor wades in on the Heineken Cup row
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
Ask John
Aug 28, 2013:  The latest edition of Ask John looks at Ireland's first Wallace brothers, Mike Weston's career, a multi-talented South African and a special game between Wales and France
World Cup of Clubs
Aug 28, 2013:  With Mourad Boudjelllal's baby the 'World Cup of Clubs' edging towards becoming a reality, we have dreamed up some games from yesteryear we would have loved to have seen
ESPNscrum on Scrums
Aug 13, 2013:  ESPNscrum picked the brains of Olivier Azam, Bernard Jackman, Massimo Cuttitta, Matt Ferguson and Phil Keith-Roach about the new scrum calling sequence
British & Irish Lions
Jul 12, 2013:  To coincide with the British & Irish Lions' tour of Australia, we asked you to vote on our short-list of greatest Lions moments of the professional era - and the results are now in
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Smacked backsides and poor decisions

The Monday Maul turns its attention to drunken nights out, a blunt-talking coach, hidden agendas and crooked feeds

The tour from hell

As if beating the Springboks and Pumas on their home turf is not onerous enough Australia, it also involves a road trip from hell writes Greg Growden

The man who set up Obolensky's try

He teed up Obolensky's try, fought in Burma and played cricket for Warwickshire - we Rewind to look at the story of Peter Cranmer

The money can buy matches

With the World Cup just a year away, Tom Hamilton picks out five matches to ensure you have tickets for

Gareth Delve to Japan?