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Monday Maul
Sep 8, 2014:  Banter, charge-downs, immense Saints and the fly-half debate - the Monday Maul returns
The Concussion Debate
Sep 1, 2014:  Concussion specialist Dr Ryan Kohler warns of the dangers of pushy parents who want their kids back on the field ahead of time
Wales
Aug 29, 2014:  "Like the Treaty of Versailles, despite all the promises, the new Participation Agreement is certainly not the final solution." John Taylor writes
Bingham Cup
Aug 28, 2014:  There is still a little of the Gareth Thomas story untold, so the only openly gay professional rugby player speaks exclusively to Brittany Mitchell about his regrets, his experiences of homophobia in sport, and his hopes for the Bingham Cup
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
Comment
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
Wales
Jun 18, 2014:  John Taylor looks at a shambolic attempt to overthrow the Welsh board but which leaves underlying unrest as strong as it has ever been
1964
Jun 18, 2014:  Huw Richards talks to Clive Rowlands about Wales' first southern hemisphere Test in 1964 and the lessons learned from the defeat in Durban
Monday Maul
Jun 16, 2014:  The latest Monday Maul looks at a weekend of experimental wings, streakers, and boorish booing. Another quiet one then ...
John Taylor
May 28, 2014:  John Taylor on when trial matches meant something ... and how a white bandage helped him make his Wales debut
Wales
May 14, 2014:  Martin Williamson looks at the Wales trial match and, amid talks of player release, asks just how important the game is
Monday Maul
May 5, 2014:  Summer rugby, Connacht coups, relegation, Quins young guns and McGeechan - it's the Monday Maul
Comment
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
Comment
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
Monday Maul
Apr 21, 2014:  Stingers, a rampaging Fijian and two Dannys looking to be champions of the world - Monday Maul looks at some key talking points
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
Monday Maul
Apr 7, 2014:  Red cards, rolling mauls, TMOs and Steffon Armitage - the Monday Maul looks back over the key talking points
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
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