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Monday Maul
Apr 7, 2014:  Red cards, rolling mauls, TMOs and Steffon Armitage - the Monday Maul looks back over the key talking points
The Growden Report
Apr 6, 2014:  While the Dunce's cap moves north to Queensland, Greg Growden writes that the real brain snaps are taking place at the top of the Australian Rugby Union
International Rugby
Apr 4, 2014:  Huw Richards talks to the organisers of the National Rugby Football League combine, an event geared towards turning NFL players into rugby stars
Ruck'n Maul
Apr 4, 2014:  The Waratahs' South African road trip may see them go off the rails Greg Growden writes, with Israel Folau out, Cheika under investigation and team management hanger-oners causing tension
ESPN talks to David Barnes
Apr 4, 2014:  "It's about pacing myself, listening to my body and looking after it for the whole seven days." Ex-prop David Barnes on doing the infamous Marathon des Sables
Heineken Cup
Apr 3, 2014:  So just how difficult is it to win away in the quarter-finals of the Heineken Cup? Paul Eddison looks back at Leinster's win over Toulouse in 2006
Super Rugby
Apr 3, 2014:  Given a new lease of life at the Waratahs this season, Kurtley Beale has already played more Super Rugby games in 2014 than he could manage with the Rebels last term
The Whiteboard
Apr 3, 2014:  Brett McKay analyses the Chiefs lineout that bamboozled the lineout kings and brought them back within striking distance against the Bulls
England
Apr 2, 2014:  "If he was to run and get around and whatever else, my ankle will get tested running". James Simpson-Daniel on biltong, Monbeg Dude and injuries
Super Rugby Preview with Greg Growden
Apr 2, 2014:  Greg Growden and Brittany Mitchell bring you the lowdown on Super Rugby round seven to inform your ESPNfootytips selections
Craig Dowd
Apr 1, 2014:  If ever there was a game to highlight the way we turn pressure on coaches too often it was the Crusaders-Hurricanes game last weekend, Craig Dowd writes
Monday Maul
Mar 31, 2014:  Following a weekend where bites, early finishes and referees took centre stage, Monday Maul looks back at the key talking points
Wales
Mar 31, 2014:  What makes David Moffett tick and what is his real agenda? John Taylor ponders a second coming
Australia
Mar 31, 2014:  Wallabies selections may still be months away, but Ben McCalman believes his trial for the gold jersey began the minute he stepped on the park for Western Force's first match of the season
Scrum5
Mar 31, 2014:  Brett McKay looks at the key talking points of Super Rugby round seven, saying the Hurricanes and the Blues might be "sneaky" contenders while wondering why SANZAR has ditched the white card
The Greg Growden Medal
Mar 31, 2014:  Bryce Hegarty tops the Greg Growden medal count for Super Rugby round seven, the young Melbourne Rebels fly-half instrumental in his team's shock victory over the Brumbies
The Growden Report
Mar 31, 2014:  Australian rugby can be grateful its most important combination is getting its act together, with Will Genia reviving his form alongside Quade Cooper Greg Growden writes
Aviva Premiership
Mar 28, 2014:  "I will be throwing everything at them, there's not one player in this squad that wants to play in the Championship next season." Tom Hamilton talks to Chris Pennell
Ruck'n Maul
Mar 28, 2014:  Super Rugby in Australia is losing $A15 million a year, Greg Growden reports, and the "issue requires a dramatic shift in the regular competition structure"
England
Mar 27, 2014:  Just who does Stuart Lancaster go for out of Billy Twelvetrees, Manu Tuilagi and Luther Burrell? The East Midlands derby will help him decide and Tom May gives his take
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