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November 01, 2020

Dennis off to chase new dream in America

EXETER’S Aussie star Dave Dennis is set for pastures new after revealing he has accepted the offer of a two-year deal to play in Major League Rugby.

2 mins

Eddie's smile arrives but it takes a long time coming

ENGLAND eventually responded to the Eddie Jones mantra of putting a smile on the faces of their supporters thanks to a four-try second-half romp which secured this bonus point victory to put them within touching distance of the 2020 Six Nations title.

5 mins

Ben Youngs' story has plenty more years to run

There have been some rum old sights and sounds during this Covid-infested rugby year but none stranger than the England team holding back to allow first Ben Youngs and then Jamie George to run out on their own at the start of the game in Rome last night to take the applause of the crowd at the Olympic Stadium.

4 mins

Losing Italy would help welfare for top players

IN many ways I feel for Italian rugby. I understand the pain they must feel as a nation that loves Rugby Union, but does not truly understand or know it in the way that it is known in leading rugby nations around the world, such as England, Wales, France, New Zealand and South Africa, where it is part of sporting culture.

4 mins

Scarratt leads Slam mission

ENGLAND go into battle seeking a second successive Grand Slam without captain Sarah Hunter who has been ruled out with a hamstring injury.

2 mins

Irish prudence poses RFU more questions

RUGBY Union is fourth in the pecking order of popular team sports in Ireland, behind Gaelic football, hurling, and soccer – and yet it punches well above its weight, both on the playing field and in its administrative boardrooms.

4 mins

Sorry, World No Longer Revolves Around Lions

During the week we saw just how huge the gulf is between the traditions of rugby and the professional game.

3 mins

JJ snubbed a fortune for Wales

PETER JACKSON pays tribute to JJ Williams who died on Thursday at the age of 72. An all-time great, record-breaking try scorer during the only invincible Lions tour, double Grand Slammer, national sprint champion, millionaire businessman and outspoken pundit, he was also a fearless critic of The Blazer Brigade who ran the amateur game.

6 mins

Evans revving up for return home

YOU have to go back to pre-lockdown for the last time Wales prop Rob Evans packed down in a competitive match at Parc y Scarlets, but he’ll be back today off the bench against Edinburgh.

2 mins

World Cup horror show too gruesome to witness

Brendan Gallagher delves into some of rugby’s most enduring images, their story and why they are still so impactful

4 mins

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The Rugby Paper Magazine Description:

PublisherGreenways Publishing




The Rugby Paper, the UK's number 1 selling rugby title, brings you exclusive stories, reports and features on your device, published in exceptional clarity. It contains renowned journalists such as Nick Cain and Peter Jackson, and famous former players as columnists including Jeremy Guscott and Jeff Probyn. Published every Sunday, The Rugby Paper covers Rugby Union from national teams and Premiership / Rabo Direct down to grass roots.

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