Rugby World – April 2011 edition contents
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OUR THOUGHTS, not just from the Rugby World team but from the rugby community go out to those affected by the devastating effects of the earthquake that struck Christchurch last month and the victims of the Pike River Mine disaster.
This month we focus on the revolving holders of the no. 10 shirt, especially wonder boy Toby Flood. The Calcutta Cup match takes places this month at Twickenham as part of the Six Nations championship, we look at the history behind it and why it is so important to both sides. We investigate what’s rugby’s best way forward when it comes to head injuries.
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The Front Row
Hotshots: Elliot Daly (London Wasps) and Jake Randall (Scarlets)
Lee Byrne: Before he moves to Clermont, Lee wants to beat the enemy before he becomes their friend
Phil Vickery: The World Cup-winning prop analyses this England team
Paul Wallace: An Irish Triple Crown is there for the taking, says the pundit
Richie Gray: The Scotland second-row is making huge strides in the Test arena. Katie Field meets the blond bombshell
Toby Flood: The show-stealing England fly-half talks Jonny, job choice and his journey to the top
Matthew Reese: From a walkout to Wales captain – how hard work has paid off for the the hooker
Tommy Bowe: Come fly with me… why the Ireland winger is soaring both on and off the pitch
Al Kellock: The skipper is demanding big improvement from his Scotland team-mates
Technical Zone: Make sure your lineout can beat the best in the business with our expert tips and drills
Fitness Zone: Mark Cueto’s best exercises to strengthen your core. Plus, an upper-body workout
Mini-Revolution: Mini rugby is undergoing a radical change. We meet the men behind the shake-up
2011 World Cup: New Zealand is on the otherside of the world – but that hasn’t stopped this pair cycling there
Rising Star: He’s made headlines for his hair and his scrummaging – meet Harlequins prop Joe Marler
Concussion: Head injuries are a contentious subject, so what is rugby’s best way forward? We investigate…
Calcutta Cup: It’s 140 years since the first-ever Test match. We revisit the start of the Endland-Scotland rivalry
The Tourist: Is it all doom and gloom at struggling Leeds Carnegie? We take a trip to Headingly
Welsh Legends: Gareth Edwards, Jonathan Davies and Shane Williams discuss all things Welsh rugby
Naked Truth: England’s globe-trotting Tom Palmer on his rise to the top
Armchair Zone: Reviewed – After the Lemons. Celebrating Bath rugby winning 13 out of 18 trophies during the 80′s and 90′s
Tour Tale: How one winger made a right turkey of himself in IrelandLike Rugby World? Subscribe to the magazine for the latest comprehensive content.
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