Wow, what a Rugby World Cup that was. Seven weeks and 48 matches at a high octane pace. So where better to relive the highs and lows of the seventh Rugby World Cup than with the new edition of the world’s best-sellling rugby magazine, Rugby World. Our souvenir edition gives you every point, every try, every yellow card, every turning point and every key opinion from all 48 matches – an edition unrivalled anywhere in the world. And that isn’t all as this month we set about trying to pick through the malaise of England, Scotland and Ireland’s campaigns. We also hear from Mark Evans, Warren Gatland, Graham Henry, Dimitir Yachvili and a host of other big names. We hope you enjoy it!
The Front Row…
World Cup 2011 The ultimate rundown.
Our Team of the Tournament
RWC Stars I
Rhys Priestland, Israel Dagg, Sean Lamont, Mario Ledesma
The RFU and England - Paul Morgan on where England went wrong Down Under – and how to put it right
Sam Warburton – Wales’ inspirational captain opens up about his first World Cup and that fateful red card
World Cup 2015 – Stuart Barnes on the lessons England should learn from New Zealand to be the perfect hosts
Sean O’Brien – The flanker has made such an impact that he’s being tipped as the next Ireland captain
Scotland – Why did Andy Robinson’s team fail to exit their pool, and what should they do to recover?
RWC Stars II
Mike Ross, Kahn Fotuali’i, Manu Tuilagi, John Kirwan
Technical Zone – Broaden your tackling options with Dan Cottrell’s top tips
Minis Zone – Teach your minis Overload Touch and switch passing
Fitness Zone – How to prepare for sevens, plus stay mobile and flexible
Heroes Rugby – We preview the Heroes Rugby Challenge when the northern hemisphere takes on the south
Heineken Cup – Stephen Jones analyses the runners and riders in Europe
The Tourist – A large welcoming committee greets us at Madejski Stadium
Sevens Rugby – Meet the contenders for the HSBC World Sevens Series
Keith Barwell – The ex-Saints chairman still has lots to say, finds Matt Hampson
Armchair Zone – The latest books and products
Tour Tale – Take a trip to Ramsey Street
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