Rugby Issue 14
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Inside this issue (14)
Louis Rees Zammit
The British & Irish Lions joins us in a Cardiff brewery for his first proper sit-down interview to discuss everything from Mikey Rayer to the coach who said he wouldn’t play for Wales.
Saracens: Mark McCall, Maro Itoje, Lucy Wray and Jackson Wray
Four of the key figures at Saracens meet up with Rugby Journal to discuss the most tumultuous period in the club’s history and what happens next.
The Bristol Bears prop / front-line doctor discusses the night she went out to celebrate a breakthrough season, but ended up subjected to a racist physical assault.
Sam Roberts meets the man who’s been fighting the good fight at the frontier of English rugby’s top tiers for two decades.
The rugby refugee
When Scotland played Romania in the late-1980s, one player ran from the post-match do to claim asylum – several of his team-mates would later die in the civil unrest when they returned. This is his story.
Bay of Plenty
We look back to the day Vern Cotter and Joe Schmidt coached the unfancied Bay of Plenty to the iconic Ranfurly Shield in New Zealand.
Before the women’s Barbarians, there was the Nomads, a side that travelled the world, brought the best players together and got into bust-ups with Beth Ditto lookalikes.
Exeter Chiefs Women
We went on an away trip with the Exeter team to tell the story of the players and coaches that have made them instant challengers in the Allianz Premier15s.
The destroyer of Wales in 1991 is now building rugby bridges in Dubai as head coach of the United Arab Emirates.
Jo and Tony Yapp
How the two Worcester siblings went from The Pony Club to rugby paddocks.
The mercurial fly-half/centre discusses the most fascinating of life and times from Wales to West Hartlepool.
The Gloucester coach looks back on a silverware-laden playing career and the coaching moves that led him to The Shed.
The story of a regional tens tournament that saw the country return to the field.
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