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Young Gun: Nick Isiekwe – England U20s lock

Young Gun: Nick Isiekwe – England U20s lock

Nick Isiekwe wants to play at the highest level and he only needs to look at Saracens teammate Maro Itoje to know dreams can quickly turn to…

Nick Cain: Crooked feeds are making a mockery of our game

Nick Cain: Crooked feeds are making a mockery of our game

These days TV commentators are clearly under orders from broadcasters not to mention them, but our readers say that crooked scrum feeds remain one of the biggest…

Jeff Probyn: Let’s hope it’s not referees who decide this Six Nations

Jeff Probyn: Let’s hope it’s not referees who decide this Six Nations

The one thing we didn’t need has already happened and we have only just started what should be a contest between teams. In two of the three…

Room 101: Jimmy Rea – Bishop’s Stortford wing

Room 101: Jimmy Rea – Bishop’s Stortford wing

1. People who leave gates open I’ve got an organic arable and non-organic beef farm on the Essex/Herts border and it drives me mad when walkers leave…

CONFIRMED: Newcastle bring in Maxime Mermoz

As revealed in the Fissler Files on January 22, Newcastle have added title-winning credentials and proven international experience with the signing of French centre Maxime Mermoz on…

Six Nations: Where Should You Go For the Best Experience?

Six Nations: Where Should You Go For the Best Experience?

There’s an incredible problem for fans when it comes to the Six Nations – just which matches do you buy tickets for? Most of us can’t afford…

Shane Williams: Why I worry for Wales in Edinburgh showpiece

Shane Williams: Why I worry for Wales in Edinburgh showpiece

Wales usually expect to win in Scotland, but I think this month’s trip to Murrayfield could be the toughest game of the Six Nations for Rob Howley’s…

Peter Jackson: Eddie Jones finds redemption in Welsh Colditz

Peter Jackson: Eddie Jones finds redemption in Welsh Colditz

Eddie Jones had taken a long time to reacquaint himself with Cardiff since the Wallabies gave him the last rites for losing in rugby’s towering Notre-Dame beside…

Brendan Gallagher: Joost was a joy to watch and an utter nightmare to play against

Brendan Gallagher: Joost was a joy to watch and an utter nightmare to play against

Rarely, if ever, have the sporting gods given so abundantly before retracting their favours so suddenly and without sentiment. To see Joost van der Westhuizen in full…

Bryan Redpath: Coaches are now under soccer-style pressure

Bryan Redpath: Coaches are now under soccer-style pressure

Yorkshire Carnegie head coach Bryan Redpath has revealed why a combination of declining job security and doubts over the future structure of English professional rugby persuaded him…

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