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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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Jan 2, 2013:  In the latest edition of Ask John, renowned historian John Griffiths looks at Varsity matches, autumn series tries and South Africa celebration matches
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Dec 19, 2012:  In the latest edition of Ask John, John Griffiths looks at Test winning skippers, captaining props, top points scorers in a calendar year and playing with the Farrells
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Dec 12, 2012:  John Griffiths charts the evolution of British & Irish Lions coaching teams from headmaster figures keeping their young charges in check to expert support staff covering every aspects of the game.
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Dec 5, 2012:  In the latest edition of Ask John, John Griffiths looks at players with Aussie connections, England second-row pairings and the Youngs family's unique achievement
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Nov 21, 2012:  In the latest edition of Ask John, John Griffiths looks at Wales Test captains, rookie England teams, poor Grand Slam follow-ups and the oldest surviving Test Kiwi
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Nov 7, 2012:  In the latest edition of Ask John, John Griffiths looks at the Warren brothers, Scotland internationals born in Holland and the All Blacks' record in autumn Tests
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Oct 24, 2012:  In the latest edition of Ask John, the All Blacks' try-run, Heineken Cup queries, South American teams and Martin Knotze come under historian John Griffiths' microscope
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Oct 10, 2012:  In the latest edition of Ask John, John Griffiths answers your questions on people to have played for and against the Lions, Alec Timms, winning runs and rugby literature
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Sep 26, 2012:  In the latest editon of Ask John, our resident historian focuses on East Africa, drop-goals, unbeaten internationals and a man who played cricket and rugby for England
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Sep 12, 2012:  In the latest editon of Ask John, our resident historian focuses on some of the greatest comebacks and players to have featured for and against the British & Irish Lions
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Aug 29, 2012:  In the latest editon of Ask John our resident historian focuses on New Zealand with the Clarkes, veteran All Blacks and a tour of Ceylon all coming under the microscope
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Aug 15, 2012:  A unique All Blacks skipper, the Currie Cup , the rugby international who invented starting blocks and the 1908 Olympic Final come in for scrutiny in the latest edition of Ask John
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Aug 1, 2012:  The Olympics opening ceremony, high-scoring Test draws, the most Super Rugby tries by a forward and Cambridge dual captains come under the microscope in Ask John
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Jul 18, 2012:  The South American Jaguars, Home Union's records against the Tri-Nations, Martin Johnson, England's Under-21s and Lions Test brothers come under the microscope in Ask John
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Jul 4, 2012:  In the latest edition of Ask John, Brian O'Driscoll's Test captaincy record, Ellis Park's name, John Hayes and early fullback Test tries all come under the microscope
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Jun 20, 2012:  England's youngest centre pairing, New Zealand's hat-trick heroes and Munster's unique Heineken Cup record. John Griffiths answers your questions in Ask John
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Jun 6, 2012:  Sevens line-ups, Aberavon's last three-point try, the longest British tours, Tonga's exploits in Australia and French profligacy. John Griffiths answers your questions in Ask John
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May 23, 2012:  Check out a Heineken Cup-themed edition of Ask John in the wake of Leinster's record-breaking final victory over Ulster at Twickenham last weekend
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May 9, 2012:  Oldest surviving All Blacks, forward passes and the longest international tour come under John Griffiths' microscope in the latest edition of Ask John
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Apr 23, 2012:  Old-style numbering, decorated All Blacks, England v Argentina in 1995 and Keith Jarrett's debut come under John Griffiths' microscope in the latest edition of Ask John
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