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Wales tour to Australia
Jun 25, 2012:  "At the end of a season it is also worth remembering that Wales had considerably more ups than downs." Huw Richards reviews Wales' tour of Australia
International Rugby
Jun 25, 2012:  How many players from New Zealand make our Team of the Week? And which Six Nations side tops our report card? Graham Jenkins reviews the international action
International Rugby
Jun 18, 2012:  Are the northern hemisphere's heroics reflected in our Team of the Week? And who was the biggest disappointment? Graham Jenkins casts his eye over a busy week of international action
Wales v Australia, Melbourne, June 16
Jun 14, 2012:  "There was no point in questioning referees because you knew they were biased." John Taylor recalls his role in Wales' last victory over the Wallabies in Australia
International Rugby
Jun 11, 2012:  Who got the nod in our Team of the Week? And who was the biggest disappointment? Graham Jenkins casts his eye over a busy week of international action
Comment
Jun 5, 2012:  "A new-look tour season will kick off this week but will it be a case of the same old story for the Home Nations?" Graham Jenkins previews the June internationals
Wales tour of Australia
May 24, 2012:  "Lawrence Dallaglio once observed that he would be fitter in the last half an hour than a Welsh opponent. That's not how it works these days." Huw Baines writes
Numbers Games
May 8, 2012:  "The international game's top miscreants are Scotland's Nathan Hines and Italy's Marco Bortolami" Huw Richards raids Statsguru for the latest Numbers Game
Comment
Mar 21, 2012:  "If one thing should be totally clear about the Six Nations championship by now it is that it is tough to repeat." But Huw Richards believes Wales have hope
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A masterclass in matching the maul

The rolling maul is becoming an increasingly potent attacking weapon. Conor O'Shea looks at the difficulties of stopping it

Carter leads migration for swansong

The news of James Horwill, Adam Ashley-Cooper and Dan Carter's respective transfers will open the floodgates, writes Tom Hamilton

All Blacks boosted by rugby export market

Kiwi coaches can be found far and wide across the globe, and Murray Mexted believes the All Blacks benefit every bit as much as their rivals

French giants set the European pace

Clermont, Toulon, player burnout, Sam Burgess and a farewell to Adams Park - Monday Maul looks back at the weekend's action

Gareth Delve to Japan?