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In this issue

In this edition of Rugby News we look at some of the brightest young talents in New Zealand, including an exclusive interview with Jordie Barrett. Whether it’s the school, club or Heartland pathways, through the Mitre 10 Cup, New Zealand rugby – its players, coaches, administrators and structures – continues to manufacture talent at a rate of which other countries (with larger resources and bigger infrastructures) can only dream.

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Do not bother with cheap imitations. We are the pulse of the nation’s national game, and have been for nearly 50 years.

We call on a stable of the country’s best rugby scribes, including new editor Campbell Burnes, Phil Gifford, Liam Napier, Jim Kayes and Richard Knowler, along with stats guru Paul Neazor to bring you all the insight and analysis you need to accompany your rugby watching. Ian Jones, Craig Dowd and Jeremy Paul offer knowledgeable regular columns from their vast experience at international level.

Our focus on grassroots rugby from club to school to provincial, not to mention women’s and sevens, gives us a vital point of difference and antidote to the saturation coverage of the top end of the game. We do not neglect the game’s history and there is plenty for you rugby nostalgics to sink your teeth into with our new features ‘Where are they now?’ and ‘My Favourite Player.’

Still cheaper than a rum and a coke, Rugby News continues to offer full value for money and is a must for any serious follower of the game.

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