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Monday Maul
May 26, 2014:  Monday Maul looks at Steffon Armitage's England prospects, Toulon, Steve Borthwick, Japanese rugby and diving
Monday Maul
Nov 11, 2013:  Europe played host to the best the southern hemisphere had to offer this weekend. Monday Maul picks out some of the key talking points
Japan Rugby
Nov 14, 2012:  It was supposed to be the signing that rejuvenated rugby in Japan - but it could well end up being a total waste of money. Rich Freeman reflects on SBW's stint in Japan
International Rugby
Jun 27, 2012:  "Fiji and Samoa's delight at playing host to a top nation looks to be short-lived with visits from the world's best sides set to be few and far between." Graham Jenkins writes
Japanese Rugby
Feb 24, 2012:  "James Haskell bid sayonara to Japan on Sunday after his short stint in the Land of the Rising Sun came to a close." Rich Freeman chats to the Super Rugby-bound forward
Ask John
Nov 21, 2011:  Historian John Griffiths looks at Colin Simpson, Rob Andrew's administrative history and Test records in the past decade in the latest edition of Ask John
Ask John
Nov 7, 2011:  World Cup final debutants, try scorers, referees and Test captains' winning records. Historian John Griffiths answers your latest queries in Ask John
Ask John
Oct 28, 2011:  Marc Lievremont's selections, the longest RWC winning streak, playing at hooker and fullback and RWC kicking rates. John Griffiths answers your latest queries in Ask John
Japan Rugby Top League
Oct 28, 2011:  "The Japan Rugby Top League kicks off its ninth season at the weekend with its biggest influx yet of big-name foreigners." Rich Freeman previews the new season
Ask John
Oct 10, 2011:  Auckland Grammar All Blacks, three quarter-pairings, Wilkinson's ratio and England's hat-trick heroes. John Griffiths answers your latest queries in Ask John
Ask John
Sep 25, 2011:  Schools supplying most All Blacks, Dan Carter's goal-kickng success rate and the longest losing RWC run. John Griffiths answers your latest queries in Ask John
Comment
Sep 16, 2011:  "It was fun while it lasted but the party appears to be over for the so-called minnows of world rugby." Graham Jenkins reports from the Rugby World Cup
Rugby World Cup
Sep 11, 2011:  "We are only eight games into an epic 48-match schedule at but the Webb Ellis trophy is already brimming with passion, intensity and fierce competition." Graham Jenkins writes
Comment
Aug 24, 2011:  "Japan head into their seventh Rugby World Cup confident they can improve on their record of just one win and a draw from 20 games." Rich Freeman writes
Scrum Sevens
Jun 2, 2011:  Stuart Lancaster was this week forced to defend England's increasing reliance on overseas-born players, so Scrum Sevens takes a look at a few who have bridged gaps between nations
Scrum Sevens
May 5, 2011:  With the Rugby World Cup a matter of months away and preparations off and running, Scrum Sevens looks at how the intervening years have treated the underdogs of 2007
Scrum Sevens
Jan 20, 2011:  London Irish centre Seilala Mapusua is set for a stint in the Top League with Kubota Spears, so we've selected a handful of Japan's best foreign imports in Scrum Sevens
International Rugby
Dec 24, 2009:  Huw Richards mulls over some of the fascinating statistics thrown up by the past ten years of international rugby
Ask John
Sep 28, 2009:  Wartime autographs, official Tests, yellow cards and Tri-Nations runs - John Griffiths answers your latest questions
Welsh Rugby
Sep 8, 2009:  "Did anybody actually believe that the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) and the regions were not going to reach some sort of deal?" Huw Richards writes
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