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Guinness PRO12
Aug 26, 2014:  Tom Hamilton reports back from the launch of the Guinness PRO12 where there is a renewed sense of optimism with all of the off-field changes to the league
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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
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
Commonwealth Games
Jul 25, 2014:  "To be part of the Commonwealth Games, I'd wear anything. I'd wear a clown suit." Tom Hamilton talks to Scotland's Sean Lamont
Monday Maul
Jun 30, 2014:  The final Monday Maul before the summer breaks looks at mad itineraries, Gallic bellyaching and Australians with a reason to whinge
Monday Maul
May 19, 2014:  Monday Maul looks at the growing sense of doom around England's tour to New Zealand, red cards, Kelly Brown and refereeing
Monday Maul
May 5, 2014:  Summer rugby, Connacht coups, relegation, Quins young guns and McGeechan - it's the Monday Maul
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May 3, 2014:  Rugby has to do all it can to ensure match officials are not subjected to increasing abuse from players and spectators says Martin Williamson
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Apr 25, 2014:  The vast swathes of empty seats anticipated at Twickenham for Saturday's Heineken Cup semi-final does nothing for the game's image, writes Tom Hamilton
European rugby
Apr 14, 2014:  The new European competition is now a reality and rugby will be better as a result. John Taylor looks at the deal as the dust settles
Six Nations
Mar 20, 2014:  With the Six Nations now at an end, it gives us a chance to reflect on an eventful tournament. ESPN hands out some awards
Six Nations
Mar 19, 2014:  We asked David Wallace, Richard Hill, Tom Shanklin, Serge Betsen, Nathan Hines and Carlo del Fava how they think their countries will fare over the coming months
The Phil Vickery Column
Mar 17, 2014:  "The days of when one team dominated the championship are a thing of the past, I think it will be even closer next year." The Phil Vickery column
Monday Maul
Mar 17, 2014:  The 2014 Six Nations has been and gone and the tournament has been painted green. Monday Maul looks back at the weekend's talking points
Monday Maul
Mar 10, 2014:  The latest Monday Maul looks at the hectic final weekend, the Lions hangover, the superb Mike Brown and the 'selfie'
Six Nations
Mar 7, 2014:  With just two rounds left in the 2014 championship, the intensity cranks up a notch at Twickenham. Tom Hamilton previews the weekend's action
Six Nations
Mar 5, 2014:  Are the margins between the teams in the Six Nations getting smaller year-on-year? Huw Richards gives some answers
Scrum Sevens
Feb 27, 2014:  Following the death of Denzil Thomas, ESPN looks at some of the memorable one-cap wonders rugby has seen over the years in the latest Scrum Sevens
Monday Maul
Feb 24, 2014:  The Six Nations is now a four-horse race and Monday Maul looks at a weekend of crushed shamrocks and Scottish cojones
Six Nations
Feb 21, 2014:  Just France and Ireland can win the Grand Slam but both face mammoth hurdles in the third round of the Six Nations if they are to continue their bid for a clean sweep. ESPN previews the weekend's action
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The emotional rollercoaster of Kingsholm

"We know where we are going and we know where we want to get but how long that will take is anybody's guess." David Humphreys on his plans for Gloucester

The two sides of the Premiership coin

Jim Mallinder and Justin Burnell were sat on the same top table, but in different circumstances. Tom Hamilton reports on the Aviva Premiership season launch

The rejuvenated PRO12

Tom Hamilton reports back from the launch of the Guinness PRO12 where there is a renewed sense of optimism with all of the off-field changes to the league

No brains, no guts, no glory

So much for the great Australian revival, writes Greg Growden. It now has the potential of going off the rails after the capitulation at Eden Park

Gareth Delve to Japan?