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Australia
Oct 4, 2014:  Luke Morahan has praised the rugby atmosphere in Perth, claiming his move from the Queensland Reds to the Western Force is starting to pay dividends
Ruck'n Maul
Oct 2, 2014:  Greg Growden looks back at the many wild and crazy moments of an always unpredictable, often funny, and constantly bewildering rugby season
International Rugby
Oct 2, 2014:  Hugh Godwin talks to France Sevens coach Frederic Pomarel about the controversial Olympics loophole that could lead to Steffon Armitage playing for Les Bleus
Rugby Championship
Oct 1, 2014:  The All Blacks face their toughest task of the Rugby Championship at Ellis Park this weekend, writes Craig Dowd
England
Oct 1, 2014:  "If England flounder in the next World Cup the knives will be out - six-year contract or not." Tom Hamilton on the new contract for the England coaches
The Tom May Column
Sep 30, 2014:  With the deadline for World Cup ticket applications now over, Tom May outlines his hopes, gripes and wishes for next year's global gathering
Monday Maul
Sep 29, 2014:  Floundering Leicester, exquisite Exeter and two old England players tearing up trees - it's the Monday Maul
The Growden Report
Sep 29, 2014:  After a shambolic loss to the Springboks and Bill Pulver's recent brainwave, it's been made quite clear the Wallabies need all the help they can get, writes Greg Growden
2015 Rugby World Cup
Sep 26, 2014:  "If I was to liken Russia to England, Krasnoyarsk is like our Leicester." All you need to know about Krasnoyarsk ahead of Russia v Uruguay
England
Sep 26, 2014:  Chris Robshaw talks to Tom Hamilton about mental and physical preparation and coping with pressure ahead of the World Cup
Toulouse in decline
Sep 25, 2014:  Martin Gillingham looks at the slow decline of the once all-conquering Toulouse and their 'retreat into a laager of hopeless conservatism'
Ruck'n Maul
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New Zealand
Sep 25, 2014:  Craig Dowd urges rugby authorities in New Zealand to tackle the issue of young players being exploited by unscrupulous agents
Craig Dowd
Sep 25, 2014:  No matter what you might think of the Aaron Cruden incident, you have to give huge kudos to All Blacks coach Steve Hansen for the way he has handled the matter, writes Craig Dowd
Scrum Sevens
Sep 24, 2014:  There have been three 'nillings' in the Aviva Premiership this season but they are nothing new. Scrum Sevens looks back at some thrashings
Rugby Championship
Sep 24, 2014:  Richard Kelly compares the successes and failures of Australia and New Zealand with regards to home and away performance
South Africa
Sep 23, 2014:  "Family is Jean's priority and he puts that into a team context." Firdose Moonda pays tribute to Jean de Villiers with input from Allister Coetzee
Monday Maul
Sep 22, 2014:  The Monday Maul turns its attention to drunken nights out, a blunt-talking coach, hidden agendas and crooked feeds
The Growden Report
Sep 21, 2014:  As if beating the Springboks and Pumas on their home turf is not onerous enough Australia, it also involves a road trip from hell writes Greg Growden
1914
Sep 19, 2014:  He teed up Obolensky's try, fought in Burma and played cricket for Warwickshire - we Rewind to look at the story of Peter Cranmer
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