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Craig Dowd
Apr 16, 2014:  Fitness is key to any successful side, however as Craig Dowd writes, old-fashioned desire is just as important
Scrum5
Apr 14, 2014:  In round 9 retaliatory punches were ignored and the Waratahs received a second opinion on Israel Folau whether they wanted it or not, writes Brett McKay
Craig Dowd
Apr 8, 2014:  While the Chiefs continue to prove they are the masters of Houdini tricks, there's no escaping the fact that their midfield lacks punch, writes Craig Dowd
Craig Dowd
Apr 8, 2014:  With around 18 months to go until the next Rugby World Cup, it is time for players who want to be part of the All Blacks' trophy defence start to make their cases, writes Craig Dowd
Scrum5
Apr 7, 2014:  Brett McKay looks at the key talking points of Super Rugby round eight, saying after their fourth win on the trot we should start to take the Force seriously and questions a trans-Tasman competition
The Whiteboard
Apr 3, 2014:  Brett McKay analyses the Chiefs lineout that bamboozled the lineout kings and brought them back within striking distance against the Bulls
Craig Dowd
Apr 1, 2014:  If ever there was a game to highlight the way we turn pressure on coaches too often it was the Crusaders-Hurricanes game last weekend, Craig Dowd writes
Scrum5
Mar 31, 2014:  Brett McKay looks at the key talking points of Super Rugby round seven, saying the Hurricanes and the Blues might be "sneaky" contenders while wondering why SANZAR has ditched the white card
ESPN talks to Rupeni Caucau
Mar 26, 2014:  "My time is going fast. I don't know how many years I have left to play rugby and I am here to work hard". We talk to Rupeni Caucaunibuca
Craig Dowd
Mar 25, 2014:  We are now almost at a crisis point with scrums, where fans are thinking "What is the point?" Craig Dowd writes
Scrum5
Mar 24, 2014:  There was plenty wrong with Stuart Berry's officiating at the weekend, but Brett McKay says Queensland Reds' players were equally guilty of mind-blowingly, coach-killingly, window-smashingly dumb play
Scrum5
Mar 17, 2014:  New Zealand's conference looked the weakest after round four but it now looks the tightest after round five; Brett McKay says that's quite a change in the space of just one week
Craig Dowd
Mar 12, 2014:  SANZAR's expansion plans don't address the question of how you jazz up Super Rugby to make it the best rugby tournament in the world, Craig Dowd writes
Craig Dowd
Mar 11, 2014:  Mark Hammett and the Hurricanes are struggling, but still he deserves more time to impart his philosophy on the Wellington franchise, Craig Dowd writes
Scrum5
Mar 10, 2014:  Brett McKay looks at Western Force, Pat McCabe, Schalk Burger and the Sharks in Scrum5 this week. And a controversial incident involving officials, just for good measure
Super Rugby Round Four Preview with Greg Growden
Mar 6, 2014:  Greg Growden and Brittany Mitchell bring you the lowdown on the Super Rugby round four to in form your ESPNfootytips selections
Craig Dowd
Mar 5, 2014:  A losing mentality is a rot that has to be dealt with quickly or it will set in, Craig Dowd writes. But these are the Crusaders, and Christchurch people are resilient and hard. They will bounce back
Ruck'n Maul
Feb 28, 2014:  The Wallabies may lose their team manager and see reduced tour squads as the Australian Rugby Union continues its dramatic cost cutting, Greg Growden writes
Super Rugby Round Three Preview with Greg Growden
Feb 27, 2014:  Greg Growden and Brittany Mitchell bring you the lowdown on the Super Rugby round three fixtures to in form your ESPNfootytips selections
The Whiteboard
Feb 27, 2014:  If we're to watch the Chiefs perform their victory haka behind the Super Rugby trophy this year, it may be on the back of their ability to transition so quickly from defence into attack, Brett McKay writes
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