The new edition of Rugby World Magazine goes on sale today with a host of exclusives from some of the biggest names in rugby including England captain Lewis Moody, Gavin Henson, Ryan Jones, Tom Wood, Ben Youngs, Eoin Reddan, Paul Wallace, Luke Fitzgerald and Jim Hamilton’s incredible story. We also bring you previews of all four Heineken Cup quarter-finals, a visit to the Exeter Chiefs, Russia and the view from Down Under by Sonny Bill Williams. And we also bring you the only review of the 2011 RBS Six Nations published anywhere – every player, every point, every result, every yellow card – A real Collector’s Edition!
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Six Nations Rundown…
All the games, stats and points of the 2011 championship. Plus, our Team of the Tournament
The Front Row…
Hotshots: Harry Robinson (Cardiff Blues) and Craig Gilroy (Ulster)
Frank Keating: Diving Licence
Max Evans: It took time to adapt but the Glasgow Warrior tells Richard Bath he likes his new role as Scotland’s wingman
Six Nations: Stuart Barnes gives his verdict on every team’s performance in the run-up to the World Cup
Gavin Henson: The centre shows us round his new home of Toulon and talks family, Wales and reality TV
Luke Fitzgerald: The Leinster back can’t wait to go to his first World Cup – but he wants to go in the No 15 shirt
Jim Hamilton: We reveal how rugby changed the Scotland second-row’s life in this exclusive interview
Technical Zone: There is plenty union can learn from league – we explain how
Mini Rugby: Play netball with a rugby twist to learn how to catch and pass
Fitness Zone: Get ready for sevens – and how to keep fit in the off-season
Army v Navy: There is plenty of pride at stake when these two forces collide – we go to meet the competitors
The Tourist: Business is booming at Sandy Park, the home of Premiership newcomers Exeter Chiefs
Heineken Cup: Get the inside track on the final eight teams still in the hunt for European glory
Challenge Cup: Harlequins v Wasps, Brive v Munster – there’s lots of drama ahead in this competition too
Axe the regions: Stephen Jones thinks the four sides are failing Welsh rugby – so what’s the solution?
Russian rugby: Our countdown to the World Cup continues as we meet tournament debutants Russia
Tour Tale: Axel Foley’s late-night anticsLike Rugby World? Subscribe to the magazine for the latest comprehensive content.
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