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One Game at a Time – Episode 9

Chris Robshaw has had an incredible career, having played over 300 times for club and country, captaining both along the way. He spoke to me about his Harlequins highlight, winning the Aviva Premiership Final in 2012, but we also found … Continue reading

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A prodigal son, of sorts

“They asked if I would describe myself in three words and I thought; autistic, OCD and anxious…” Click here – Jonny May on his return to Kingsholm and how he’s changed. Me for Rugby Pass.

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One Game at a Time – Episode 8

This week’s Rugby World Magazine’s “One Game at a Time” goes back to 2009 and a rare rugby penalty shootout. Jordan Crane played for Leeds, Leicester, Bristol and England in a wonderful 15-year career, which is continuing into coaching down … Continue reading

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One Game at a Time – Episode 6

In Episode 6 of Rugby World Magazine’s ‘One Game at a Time’, Sam Roberts talks to one of the most popular rugby players in the world. Schalk Brits played for The Stormers, Saracens and South Africa, in a career that … Continue reading

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One Game at a Time – Episode 5

In Episode 5 of Rugby World Magazine’s podcast ‘One Game at a Time’, I speak to arguably the finest finisher her country has ever seen. Nicknamed ‘One Touch’, Katherine Merchant scored 44 tries in 58 international appearances, and I talk … Continue reading

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Exeter’s Excellence

click here for the article on Rugby Pass You can usually find out a little bit more about your club side during the Six Nations. Shorn of key men, clubs can either step up or wilt. There are a couple … Continue reading

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Money is a terrible master

Saracens. A bastard child of rugby and business. Born from an ugly coming together. Now shamed, shunned and spat out into the wilderness. It was a partnership that had us all a little bit worried. Rugby with its need to … Continue reading

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More important than rugby

Amongst the thrashings of a penultimate week of Super Rugby, an old favourite is limbering up. If Saracens are unbeatable in Northern Hemisphere club rugby, their equal and opposite are the Canterbury Crusaders. Many have wondered who would win if … Continue reading

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You just can’t beat them

The word being used was boring. Saracens and Exeter were both called it. Curious, if you’ve ever really watched them play. Watched them do their stuff without the pull of club loyalty shutting one of your eyes. For boring, you … Continue reading

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Alacritous England end Ireland’s reign

“If it were done when ’tis done, then ’twere well it were done quickly…” Macbeth, Act I, Scene VII. Alacrity is a lovely word. And few better sum up the way England set about Ireland in the opening round of … Continue reading

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