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Craig Dowd
Sep 17, 2014:  The All Blacks have nothing to fear when it comes to injuries, with their strong depth of talent they see it as another chance to blood new players Craig Dowd writes,
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
Craig Dowd
Sep 10, 2014:  Argentina must establish a game plan to create some way to shift a defence around, Craig Dowd writes
Rugby Championship
Sep 3, 2014:  Australia and New Zealand fans focused so hard on the Bledisloe Cup that they can be forgiven for forgetting the two other Rugby Championship teams; introducing South Africa and Argentina ...
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
Scrum5
Aug 25, 2014:  Forget the talk about aging bodies and great players slowing down. Brett McKay says the All Blacks are still the benchmark in world rugby, and will be for some time yet
New Zealand
Aug 21, 2014:  Richard Kelly deconstructs the evolution of the unbeaten All Blacks, and the stats suggest reports of their impending decline appear to be an exaggeration
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
Craig Dowd
Aug 20, 2014:  The All Blacks' form is not a peaking issue, but Hansen must threaten to wield his axe, to demand improvement, Craig Dowd writes
Rugby Championship
Aug 19, 2014:  In spite of public calls for changes to the Wallabies backline, Ewen McKenzie has shown faith in those who fell just short last Saturday
Scrum5
Aug 18, 2014:  Brett McKay looks at five key talking points out of the Bledisloe Cup Test in Sydney, and asks what lessons we have learned for game two in Auckland
Rewind
Aug 15, 2014:  When the Great War broke out, rugby in Australia and New Zealand initially soldiered on. Rewind looks back
Rugby Championship
Aug 14, 2014:  Richard Kelly looks at the stats of players likely to be amongst the most important to their respective nation's Rugby Championship chances
Craig Dowd
Aug 13, 2014:  Craig Dowd reflects on his personal highs and lows of the Bledisloe Cup, in particular the penalty he conceded in 2000 that he describes as "a very, very dark moment in my career"
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
Scrum5
Aug 4, 2014:  Brett McKay discusses they key talking points following the 80-minute arm-wrestle between New South Wales Waratahs and the Crusaders
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
The Whiteboard
Aug 1, 2014:  Brett McKay shows how and why the Waratahs and Crusaders capitalise in the most emphatic fashion on their abundant ability to force opposition mistakes
Craig Dowd
Aug 1, 2014:  The Waratahs don't have a show if the Crusaders forwards step up again for the Super Rugby final at ANZ Stadium, Craig Dowd writes
Super Rugby
Jul 31, 2014:  Greg Growden and Brittany Mitchell preview the Super Rugby final to inform your footytips selections
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World Cup markers hammered home

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Centurions and Cherry and Whites

The latest Week in Pictures takes in the Rugby Championship alongside the best photographs from around the domestic game

Busting down the door

Amy Perrett, the Australian referee who whistled the Women's Rugby World Cup final after handling only six Tests, talks to Jamie Lyall

Gareth Delve to Japan?