Paul Williams

Paul Williams

Paul Williams is a Welsh blogger for Rugby World who also features on BBC Scrum V’s radio show. You can find him on Twitter, @thepaulwilliams

Rieko Ioane

Possession not enough There was a time in test rugby, roughly from 2009 – 2014, where goal kicking was enough to win you games. Where a game plan could be…

Rhys Webb

Too many changes If I was in charge of the playlist at the Millennium Stadium yesterday, I would have found it nigh on impossible not to slip Bowie’s ‘Changes’ on…

Gareth Davies

A loss, but in a contemporary style Another defeat to the Wallabies. Which for some will be all that matters. And they may be right when you consider that Wales…

Warren Gatland

Referees need less to do The modern referees’ job has become a laughably difficult task. Rugby has essentially become a game of five separate functions with open play, the ruck,…

Scott Baldwin

Can’t blame any outside half for wanting to leave Wales September saw Dan Biggar confirm his move to Northampton. It’s a move that is as well renumerated as it is…

Pro 12 shows its cojones July saw the Pro 12 become the Pro 14 and with it, change the global rugby landscape. Never have southern hemisphere club teams competed with…

Conor Murray

Lions glory. But a black elephant remains in the room The Lions beat the All Blacks by 24-21, levelled the series, and achieved something that few professional rugby players will…