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Tom Vinicombe

Taking sides

On Sunday, for the first time in almost three decades, a Kiwi referee took charge of an All Blacks match.

Gavin Mortimer

Seeing red

A rash of Top 14 red cards, has seen many French commentators call for more flair and less flare

Gregor Paul

Flaw in the Death Star

The All Blacks can't win games by dropping a goal and it's a big problem for them.

Jamie Lyall

Culture vulture

Townsend channels Fergie and Pep to get a team-first ethos with Scotland

Sam Roberts

It's a knockout

Two heavyweights are ready to trade blows in a punchy Gallagher Premiership final

Patrick McKendry

Bouncing back

Sam Cane's reign began with a draw, but the new All Blacks captain won the respect of his nation.

Sam Peters

The heat is on

Premiership Rugby has endured an annus horribilis and changes to their governance must be afoot

Gregor Paul

Powered by pain

Losing to England means the All Blacks start a new era with a pain that will fuel them for years.

Ross Harries

Taking a stand

Ashton Hewitt has found his voice and is determined to call out racist bigots

Jake White

The Doc's wisdom

World Cup-winning coach believes a broken game can be fixed with a return to old school values

Patrick McKendry

Breaking the age barrier

Ian Foster begins his All Blacks coaching era with a luxury not afforded to his predecessor.

Gavin Cummiskey

Scratching the surface

Why the schools system in Leinster is both a blessing and a curse to Irish rugby