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Rugby World is the voice of global rugby and the biggest-selling rugby magazine anywhere. Through its team of respected and professional writers, it offers unrivalled access to the players and coaches behind the thrilling clashes that define the sport of international rugby union. With over 50,000 followers on Twitter and a website that is growing in prestige every day, the Rugby World brand offers an all-round comprehensive package of rugby action, timely results and fixtures along with hundred of images that capture the excitement and passion that defne this high-impact sport. Rugby World also delivers a monthly local focus on the british national teams and fascinating in-depth interviews with all the key players, giving an unrivalled, behind-the-scenes insight into rugby as it’s played today.

Mourad Boudjellal

Mourad Boudjellal spent his summer vacation in Florida and it seems he was doing more than just lying on a sun lounger. “Boudjellal and the American Dream” was the headline…

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By Alex Shaw The All Blacks’ 42-8 demolition of the Wallabies in Sydney was exquisite, only further expanding the gulf in quality – both technically and mentally – between themselves…

Ardie Savea

The Rugby Championship got off to a thrilling start. Just hours after a bugging device was said to have been found at the InterContinental hotel on Sydney’s picturesque waterfront, the…

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How many pints of Brains beer have been sunk while Welsh rugby fans have debated whether Phil Bennett or Barry John is the greatest fly-half the world has ever seen?…

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As the son of a sports psychologist, Michael Lynagh paid close attention to mental preparation long before it was fashionable. On match days he would sit in the public areas…

Twelve international points – four tries – seems a meagre return for one of the legendary fly-halves, but Cliff Morgan was one of the finest playmakers the game has seen.…

1984:  Mark Ella of Australia in action during the match between England and Australia at Twickenham in London. Mandatory Credit: Mike Powell/ALLSPORT

David Campese calls him the best he’s ever seen and the only negative to Mark Ella’s career is its brevity because, after blazing a trail across Australia and Europe, he…