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Gavin Mortimer

Six Nations: Gael Fickou's ascendancy to French defensive lynchpin

The Racing 92 midfielder is the glue that knits a backline of superstars together and at 27, his best years lie ahead of him

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Garry Doyle   Jamie Lyall   Owain Jones

Saracens peg back Tigers in the race for the Premiership

Saracens beat the league leaders Leicester, Duhan van der Merwe's red card kicks off social media frenzy and the Welsh regions are…

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Will Owen

Six Nations: Kyle Sinckler's evolving role with England

The Bristol and England tighthead has developed his game to suit Eddie Jones' gameplan since his debut in 2016 and he is now one o…

ANALYSIS
Nick Bishop

Does Roger Tuivasa-Sheck have the makings of a test midfielder?

Where will Roger Tuivasa-Sheck need to grow to become an All Blacks candidate?

Tony Johnson

Two Smiling Giants: A Tribute

In the space of 24 hours, rugby lost two smiling giants of the game.

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Nick Bishop

How England's exploits shut down the Wales lineout

England made the most of some lax refereeing in their win over Wales at Twickenham.

Michael Aylwin

Six Nations: The Dublin debacle that cannot be repeated

Casual rugby fans were left befuddled as Italy were reduced to 13-men and rugby aficionados were left scrambling for the rule book…

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Garry Doyle   Jamie Lyall   Owain Jones

England stutter to victory but are still in the Six Nations running

England get the job done after narrowly beating an improving Wales side, while Scotland lick their wounds after a French mauling a…

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Will Owen

Scotland bank on fortress Murrayfield to repel Grand Slam chasers France

All eyes will be on Murrayfield as Grand Slam hopefuls attempt to continue their winning run against a Scotland side desperate to …

INTERVIEW
Garry Doyle

David Corkery: 'I really worry about the head. I got knocked out and seconds later I was playing again'

The former Ireland backrow was a star at the 1995 World Cup but as a guinea pig of early professionalism the repeated blows have h…

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Ben Kay

Ben Kay: 'Any lesser player may have been written off by now, but not Manu'

The England World Cup winner faced Wales on six occasions but he knows Wales have the wherewithal to unsettle an England team who …

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Nick Bishop

How Shaun Edwards' France have gained the upper hand on defence

Shaun Edwards has led a defensive revolution with Les Bleus.

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