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Tony Johnson

End of an era

Super Rugby Aotearoa engaged fans but broke the players and may not be the long term answer for NZ.

Jamie Lyall

The forgotten man

Once heralded a superstar, Huw Jones saw his stock plummet but his self-belief has never waned

Tom Vinicombe

Tales of the unexpected

Tupou Vaa’i didn’t even have a Super Rugby contract at the start of the year. Now he’s an All Black.

Sam Peters

Seeing the light

Rugby has protected its assets for too long, it needs to open up to survive and thrive

Nigel Owens

Man in the middle

The pressure to make the right decisions as a referee is at a tipping point

Tom Vinicombe

School of hard knocks

Anton Lienert-Brown has fought a long mental battle to become a regular All Black.

Jon Cardinelli

Race against time

Jacques Nienaber says his Springboks are playing catch-up but the Lions should be wary

Patrick McKendry

Wow factor

Unorthodox but brilliant, Scott Robertson wants a job with the British and Irish Lions.

Owain Jones

When forwards go rogue

It’s pretty easy...scrum, lineout, ruck. Yet some forwards have shown they can’t follow that simple brief

Christy Doran

Seventh wonder

Sevens could be the tool to rebuild the Wallabies into the world force they once were.

Gavin Mortimer

Storm clouds gather

Bernard Laporte's arrest has led to claim and counterclaim to further muddy French political waters

Gregor Paul

Chance of a lifetime

A Pacific Island Super Rugby team could change the power base of the global game.