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John Griffiths is a widely respected rugby historian and is the author of several sports books, including The Book of English International Rugby, The Book of International Rugby Records, British Lions, The Five Nations Championship, Rugby's Strangest Matches and Rugby's Greatest Characters. He was a regular contributor to the Daily Telegraph for 19 years and is co-author of the IRB International Rugby Yearbook. He has also provided insight for Scrum.com since 1999.

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Fantasy Rugby
Mar 20, 2015:  A thrilling Super Saturday also brought the curtain down on ESPNscrum's Fantasy Rugby game for another Six Nations - John Griffiths identifies the leading lights
Fantasy Rugby
Mar 16, 2015:  It's still all up for grabs in the Six Nations, and ESPNscrum's Fantasy Rugby is no different. John Griffiths identifies the stars from this weekend
Fantasy Rugby
Mar 2, 2015:  John Griffiths takes an analytical look at Week 3 of ESPN Scrum's Fantasy Rugby game - who should you have picked?
Six Nations
Feb 16, 2015:  John Griffiths picks through the facts and figures from the first weekend of the Six Nations to help you plot your fantasy rugby moves
Fantasy Rugby
Feb 9, 2015:  John Griffiths picks through the facts and figures from the first weekend of the Six Nations to help you plot your fantasy rugby moves
A missing Moss
Sep 11, 2014:  John Griffiths digs into the distant past to try to establish the identity of an England international whose life is a virtual mystery
1924
May 15, 2014:  "The French press depicted the Americans as "street-fighters and saloon brawlers." John Griffiths looks back at rugby's final, controversial Olympics
A hundred years ago ...
Feb 4, 2014:  A century since the outbreak of the Great War, John Griffiths looks back at the final championship in 1914 before Europe was torn apart
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
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
Ask Steven
Aug 25, 2013:  Who was the South African who scored winning cricket runs and rugby points against Australia in the same year?
Ask John
Aug 14, 2013:  How much bigger are today's players than those of fifty or so years ago? Ask John answers this question alongside others on the Haka and a forgotten Scotland tour
Ask John
Aug 1, 2013:  How much bigger are today's players than those of fifty or so years ago? Ask John answers this question alongside others on the Haka and a forgotten Scotland tour
Ask John
Jul 17, 2013:  Who played the most minutes on the Lions' recent tour? And who was the last Scot to start a Lions Test? Ask John answers these queries and more
Ask John
Jul 4, 2013:  What do those numbers on the Lions' shirts mean? And have the Lions ever won a decier? In the latest edition of Ask John, John Griffiths answers these questions and more
Ask John
Jun 20, 2013:  In the latest edition of Ask John, John Griffiths answers queries about Barbarians socks, bi-lingual referees and Lions who weren't Lions
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Jun 5, 2013:  In the latest edition of Ask John, John Griffiths answers queries about Jonny Wilkinson's record at HQ for club and country and the Lions v Barbarians clash in 1977
Ask John
May 22, 2013:  Ask John answers questions on the Leopards' tour to Italy in 1974, brotherly Test sides, Pat McGrath, England's games against the Barbarians and Jacques Brunel
Ask John
May 8, 2013:  Ask John answers questions about the Lions with brothers, Welsh representation, young skippers and players who have turned out for and against the tourists featuring
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Apr 24, 2013:  In the latest edition of Ask John, John Griffiths answers some queries about the British & Irish Lions, tours to New Zealand, the Magee brothers and 'Mother' Elliot
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