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After more than 30 years with The Sydney Morning Herald and Fairfax Media in Australia, Greg Growden now writes exclusively online for ESPNscrum. Never afraid to step on toes, you can expect plenty of compelling insight from one of Australia's most renowned rugby writers.

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Ruck'n Maul
Jul 11, 2014:  Leading Waratahs players are being pursued by anyone and everyone with deep pockets, and they are in danger of losing numerous key team members
Super Rugby
Jul 11, 2014:  Greg Growden and Brittany Mitchell preview Super Rugby round 19 to inform your footytips selections
The Greg Growden Medal
Jul 7, 2014:  With just one round to go, Waratahs captain Michael Hooper and Force No. 8 Ben McCalman are fighting it out to win the Greg Growden Medal for the best Australian-based Super Rugby player
The Growden Report
Jul 7, 2014:  The Waratahs are the real deal, and they possess the required ingredients to win the 2014 Super Rugby title, Greg Growden reports
Ruck'n Maul
Jul 4, 2014:  Sydney businessmen involved in the campaign to lure Jonny Wilkinson out of retirement are told by NRC authorities of "financial issues" and it is "not a good look" to offer so much money to the rugby legend
Super Rugby
Jul 3, 2014:  Greg Growden and Brittany Mitchell preview Super Rugby round 18 to inform your footytips selections
The Greg Growden Medal
Jun 30, 2014:  Waratahs No 8 Wycliff Palu was the standout player of the round to win the highest number of points in the Greg Growden Medal
The Growden Report
Jun 30, 2014:  Motivation must have substance, as New South Wales Waratahs showed with results against the Brumbies in matches 17 years apart, Greg Growden reports
Ruck'n Maul
Jun 27, 2014:  European rugby powerhouse Toulon are keen to offer Michael Cheika $US750,000 a year to become their coach, Greg Growden hears from impeccable sources
The Growden Report
Jun 23, 2014:  The Wallabies encouraged everyone with their victories against France, but Les Bleus were but hors d'oeuvres ahead of the All Blacks, Greg Growden writes
Ruck'n Maul
Jun 20, 2014:  Greg Growden hears people close to Jonny Wilkinson are considering a "huge offer to play park rugby for a couple of months" - park footy being Australia's National Rugby Championship
The Growden Report
Jun 16, 2014:  The Wallabies' second Test against France will soon be forgotten, but Greg Growden says the way in which they secured victory will be invaluable for their psyche when they are confronted by tougher opponents later in the year
Ruck'n Maul
Jun 13, 2014:  Australian Rugby Union officials are under increasing pressure to relax the policy of overlooking overseas-based players for Test selection, Greg Growden reports; meanwhile, South Africa wants a seventh Super Rugby team
The Growden Report
Jun 11, 2014:  Australia played as a team and displayed maturity to thump France with attacking intent and execution, Greg Growden writes; now to shore up the scrum that splintered
The Greg Growden Medal
Jun 9, 2014:  Greg Growden says the Wallabies played as a team against France and there were few standouts only because "everyone did their job as required"
Ruck'n Maul
Jun 6, 2014:  A National Rugby Championship club eager to "make a big hit in the opening season" is negotiating to lure Jonny Wilkinson out of retirement for a very lucrative six-match stint
Australia
Jun 3, 2014:  Greg Growden says it is rousing to see a Test coach pick his team primarily on form rather than reputation
Super Rugby
Jun 2, 2014:  Brumbies trio Nic White, Stephen Moore and Matt Toomua are making a concerted charge towards the lead of the Greg Growden Medal
The Growden Report
Jun 2, 2014:  The Waratahs' victory over the Chiefs, apart from confirming they are genuine Super Rugby title contenders, has hopefully convinced Wallabies selectors to pick Adam Ashley-Cooper at outside centre for the first Test against France, Greg Growden wri
Ruck'n Maul
May 30, 2014:  Newly appointed Australia Sevens coach Geraint John must embark on a charm offensive campaign when he takes over in June because a number of influential rugby identities are already gunning for the Welshman, Greg Growden reports
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