NICK CAIN concludes his far-reaching interview with Francis Baron, the man who was the most powerful figure in English rugby FRANCIS Baron concludes his analysis […]
THE news that RFU chief executive Bill Sweeney has had to go bowl in hand like some latterday Oliver to ask the bank for more […]
Power or pace? What the selection of Sam Simmonds and Jack Conan tell us about Billy Vunipola’s omission
Bundee Aki may be the man to go head-to-head with Damian de Allende for the Lions, writes Jerry Guscott
Peter Jackson looks at rugby’s Kerry Packer figure, David Lord, who was ready to shake up rugby 40 years ago
James Harrington looks at the tough measures taken by the LNR to ensure the Top 14 and Pro D2 seasons conclude without any further Covid outbreaks
Francis Baron exclusive – Pt.2: As RFU democracy erodes, members have right to ask: Just who is running the shop?
The former RFU chief executive explores the rule of democracy at the union and how much of a say member clubs have in its strategy
Dan Biggar has put himself in serious contention to play for the Lions in South Africa, but will he get a Test start against the Springboks?
Peter Jackson pays tribute to Bleddyn Jones with Leicester Tigers great Martin Johnson
James Harrington explains why the Top 14 schedule is in a bottleneck
The players who need little mulling from Gatland as he selects his Lions squad to be announced this Thursday
The experience of Jones reigns above all other contenders for the Lions captaincy, says two-time tourist Fran Cotton
Shane Williams was gutted to see George North rupture his ACL, ending his shot at a third Lions tour
I DID a documentary on concussion and head injuries last year and ever since then I’ve made it my duty to stay at the forefront […]
THE WELSH Rugby Union unveiled their latest new toy this week – The Parkgate Hotel which will be opening on Westgate Street in time for […]
Nick Cain struggles to understand how the RFU can pay £750,000pa to Eddie Jones and not expect undivided attention from the coach who is consulting with Suntory Sungoliath
Allowing aggression to set the tone for a match is something the Springboks have been notorious for
Childs’ couldn’t find a way of applying business acumen into his position as PRL chief executive, writes Nick Cain
Can BT Sport rope in more rugby rights to save rugby fans from a fragmented landscape?
Introducing a new series with the former RFU chief executive on how the union in England can right the ship financially