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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.

Up for the cup: McBurney (left) celebrates Ireland's U20 World Cup semi-final win.

How did you get into rugby? My uncle Maurice McBurney was the only one of my family that played, so my interest came through him. I joined Randalstown rugby club…

Quick Chick: Callum Chick on the charge for Newcastle Falcons.

Tell us about your rugby background… My dad played rugby at Newcastle and I wasn’t pushed to play, but I started at the age of about six and loved it.…

Thumbs up: Billy McBryde was Man of the Match in Wales U20s' win over France U20 in 2016.

When did you start playing rugby? I went to my local club, Tumble, when I was six or seven. I was there through the age grades and got picked up…

Gripping stuff: Joey Carbery playing for Ireland v Australia.

You were born in New Zealand. Did you start your rugby there? Yes, at my school St Joseph’s in Dargaville. My dad and grandad were keen to get a rugby…

Top prop: Billy Walker on the charge for England U20 at the 2016 World Championship.

Tell us about your rugby background… My dad and older brothers played so I wanted to as well and I started when I was about five at Chelmsford rugby club.…

Centre of attention: Owen Watkin on the attack for the Ospreys.

When did you take up rugby, Owen? When I was four, with Tondu. I stayed with them for a few years, then moved on to Bryncethin when I was 15.…