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Inside issue 18...

Mailing from 03.06.22

Rugby Photographer of the Year with Keith Prowse
Special feature including every single shortlisted image and the winners.

Lawrence Dallaglio
The England icon on dealing with the loss of his sister, his formidable mum Eileen and why he’s trying to help teenagers out of prison.

Caldy
When Caldy were promoted, Rugby Journal was there to capture the moment and tell the complete story of a village club who’ve battled their way to rugby’s second tier.

Red Roses Special
Inside England’s Bisham Abbey training camp featuring exclusives with Mo Hunt, Marlie Packer, Simon Middleton, Rosie Galligan, Maud Muir & Sadia Kabeya.

George Kruis
We meet the former Saracens lock in Japan as he prepares to retire from rugby to discuss why he’s giving up on one last hurrah with England.

Agents
From trading with shares in airports to haggling with naked coaches, we speak to three agents to discuss the high and lows of being an agent in the professional era.

Aspatria
The life and times of the Cumbrian club that once gave a star-studded Wasps an almighty scare and we discuss the price of dairy semen and why one sheep can be worth £350,000.

Jimmy Gopperth
Leicester’s new signing takes us back to his early days on the farm in New Zealand and why he’s still pushing onwards and upwards as he approaches forty.

USA 1991
How a stunt women and the ‘locks from hell’, helped USA create one of rugby’s biggest shocks at the first-ever women’s Rugby World Cup.

Max Malins
Why the free-scoring wing/full-back could’ve been scoring points in showjumping instead of on the rugby pitch.

Saudi Arabia
The story of rugby in the controversial country.

+ Squidge chooses his all-time inside centre

+ Rachael Burford looks at the future of the Allianz Premier 15s

+ Russell Earnshaw selects his next two most influential coaches

+ Rocky Clark discusses the future of the World Cup countries

Customer Reviews

Based on 96 reviews
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Mel Hanley
No 18 issue

Very professional publication with exceptional photography and editorials, great spread of coverage as well .

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shawn stapleton

Rugby

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GC
Excellent journal

Top quality articles and photography. Loving the in depth, finger on the pulse content. Not to be missed.

First in my new subscription. Already can't wait for next ish.

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Peter Carr
Rugby Journal 12 (Beno Obano)

This was the first copy in my new subscription to drop through the letterbox. And if first impressions count for anything, then this certainly hit all the right notes. Beautifully printed on quality paper, along with stunning images and an enticing table of content.

Needless to say I haven't been let down as I've delved further into this fabulous journal. The articles are engaging and well written, covering a broad spectrum of our game. Insightful and revealing, all supported delightfully by those stunning images.

I was so impressed that I have since been and ordered two back copies (03, Marcus Smith & 06, Henry Slade).

So looking forward to the rest of my subscription.

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Dovy Cornerford

Rugby

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Customer Reviews

Based on 96 reviews
88%
(84)
5%
(5)
5%
(5)
1%
(1)
1%
(1)
M
Mel Hanley
No 18 issue

Very professional publication with exceptional photography and editorials, great spread of coverage as well .

s
shawn stapleton

Rugby

G
GC
Excellent journal

Top quality articles and photography. Loving the in depth, finger on the pulse content. Not to be missed.

First in my new subscription. Already can't wait for next ish.

P
Peter Carr
Rugby Journal 12 (Beno Obano)

This was the first copy in my new subscription to drop through the letterbox. And if first impressions count for anything, then this certainly hit all the right notes. Beautifully printed on quality paper, along with stunning images and an enticing table of content.

Needless to say I haven't been let down as I've delved further into this fabulous journal. The articles are engaging and well written, covering a broad spectrum of our game. Insightful and revealing, all supported delightfully by those stunning images.

I was so impressed that I have since been and ordered two back copies (03, Marcus Smith & 06, Henry Slade).

So looking forward to the rest of my subscription.

D
Dovy Cornerford

Rugby