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England 59 Italy 13 – The Rugby World Verdict

England 59 Italy 13 – The Rugby World Verdict

By Rugby World editor, Paul Morgan ENGLAND ARE starting to rumble back to their 2000 or 2001 levels, boosted by the new law interpretations which are suiting them down to…

Fantastic four: Tom Powell

Bright lights at the Las Vegas Rugby Sevens

By Sarah Mockford, Rugby World Features Editor I’ve been in Las Vegas less than 24 hours but it’s already become clear that this city lives up to its reputation. They…

No country for fat men – a blog

No country for fat men – a blog

From Rugby World reader Richard Grainger The main problem with last weekend’s Six Nations’ openers, which – France V Scotland apart – failed to reach great heights, is the game…

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France the team to beat – Blog

By Rugby World reader Dan Grose France the team to beat after intriguing Six Nations opener Whilst the final scores may indicate otherwise, the opening round of the 2011 Six Nations…

Over the Gain Line – a blog from Will Carpenter

Over the Gain Line – a blog from Will Carpenter

By Rugby World reader, Will Carpenter It’s been almost three seasons since the Experimental Law Variations (ELV’s) were introduced into English rugby; but have they achieved what they set out…

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France v Scotland

A blog from Rugby World reader, David Bateman. What’s your view? Scotland commence their Six Nations campaign against France this weekend, hoping to overcome much favoured opposition and thereby win…

What’s Hot and What’s Not in January

What’s Hot and What’s Not in January

A blog from Rugby World reader, Larissa Falls Some big opinions – but what do you think? Hot Heineken Cup… Diggin’s four tries against Edinburgh, Humphrey’s last minute penalty for…

Castres 12 Northampton 23 – The Verdict

Castres 12 Northampton 23 – The Verdict

By Paul Morgan, editor of Rugby World Magazine No English side since Bath in 2002 had gone through the Heineken Cup pool stage unbeaten, that was until Northampton won here…