In this week’s edition, in-form Crusaders openside Matt Todd tells us that he is not fully satisfied with his output in 2013 and we catch-up with the front-runner for the Wallabies’ No 12 shirt, Ben Tapuai.
In this week’s issue, we look at whether the Force have been making legal front-row substitutions this year and reveal why Chiefs bookend Ben Tameifuna is a strong chance to earn his All Blacks stripes in June.
In this week’s edition, Keith Quinn wants to know why Sir Colin Meads has not been inducted into the IRB Hall of Fame and we chew the fat with rising South African star Sergeal Petersen.
South Africa has claimed its first Tokyo Sevens title after beating New Zealand 24-19 in the Cup final yesterday.
New Zealand is in a prime position to claim the inaugural IRB Women’s Sevens World Series title after beating England 19-5 in the final of the latest tournament in China.
In this week’s issue, in-form Hurricanes wing Julian Savea reveals why fatherhood is helping him play well and Eddie Jones talks about the challenges of transforming Japan into a top 10 nation.
Injuries have meant New Zealand Sevens coach Gordon Tietjens has named two new players in the his squad for the Hong Kong and Tokyo legs of the Sevens World Series.
New Zealand has been placed in a reasonably weak pool for the Sevens World Cup in Moscow in June.
Speculation of where Adam Thomson could end up this year has ended after he confirmed he will join Japanese side Canton Eagles on a two-year deal.
The International Rugby Board has announced the Pacific Rugby Cup will be used to trial new scrum laws.
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All Blacks doctor Deb Robinson has stood down from her role, choosing to instead focus on the Crusaders and her private practice.
Former All Blacks halfback Jimmy Cowan’s first season with Gloucester is over after he suffered a knee injury.
South African whistle blower Jonathan Kaplan will retire from rugby at the end of 2013.
South Africa has claimed the Las Vegas Sevens title, beating New Zealand 40-21 in the final.
New Zealand will be without two key players for the next leg of the Sevens World Series in Las Vegas.
England lowered a spirited Kenya 24-19 in extra-time of a gripping final to claim the overall spoils at the Wellington Sevens.
Sir Colin Meads and the Barrett brothers – Beauden and Kane – have made their film debut.
There are plenty of mouth-watering clashes on offer this weekend.
Which player was unlucky not to make the Wallabies’ preliminary squad for the British and Irish Lions series?
Gordon Tietjens’ success in sevens is unrivalled and should place him in the same coaching league as Sir Alex Ferguson.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen named a 38-man training squad and there are a couple of oversights worth highlighting