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Six Nations Storytellers. A collection of timeless interviews with the players and coaches who’ve been at the very heart of the world’s greatest rugby competition

Inside this issue: Sir Bill Beaumont, Stuart Lancaster, Shaun Edwards, Tommy Bowe, Serge Betsen, Cory Hill, Chris Paterson, Edoardo Gori, Ugo Monye, Andy Goode, Jim Hamilton, Phil Davies + rarely seen Five Nations archive images.

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Sir Bill Beaumont takes us through his incredible tale, from the mills of Lancashire to becoming chair of World Rugby, via an unexpected England Grand Slam, captaining a Lions tour and, of course, A Question of Sport.

Stuart Lancaster gives one of his most in-depth interviews since 2015, as he talks about the early days of his coaching career, how he got the England job and the highs and lows of his Six Nations career.

Shaun Edwards on his late brother Billy-Joe, his dad’s world-record transfer fee in the 1950s, England job offers and what he first thought of Wales.

Cory Hill on coming of age in the Six Nations, the toughest of times in a South African hospital and life with the Lions as part of the ‘Geography Six’

Tommy Bowe on Ireland’s first Grand Slam in more than 60 years, how he learnt to fly in Wales, and his 30-second Six Nations farewell.

Serge Betsen on his Cameroon upbringing, destroying English fly-halves and when Bernard Laporte said he’d never play for France again.

Jim Hamilton & Andy Goode on it being okay to not always agree, stories that got them into trouble, and the only time they met on the field in the Six Nations.

Phil Davies on his role in the miner’s strike, taking the first hit in 1987’s Battle of Cardiff, and his search for one final top job.

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The perfect present for every rugby fan: the first four issues of RUGBY journal.

Full of great rugby yarns told by the best storytellers from grassroots rugby right up to elite level, our beautiful coffee-table journals feature modern heroes such as Danny Cipriani, Alun Wyn Jones, Marcus Smith, Adam Jones, Kyle Sinckler and James Haskell; legends of yesteryear like Graham Dawe, Mikey Rayer, Grant Fox and Rory Underwood; and we tell the tales of clubs the world over, from West Hartlepool to Western ForceLondon Welsh to Heidelberg, Mitsubishi to Cornish Pirates, Kosovo to Shetland

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Danny Cipriani talks exclusively to Rugby about depression, the Jersey incident, dealing with the media, the pressures of fame and what happens if he’s already played his last game for England.

Steve Diamond gives a truly in-depth interview on life on and off the pitch, covering his first job in a printing press right through to attempts to break rugby league, what went wrong at Saracens and what he thinks of the player welfare in the modern game.

Kyle Sinckler talks about his portrayal as ‘an angry black dude’ from London, being a property magnate, his dog Brody and the former school rival that recently died in a shooting incident.

We visit Neath on matchday to meet the people fighting to keep this famous club alive.

We tell the incredible life story of Richmond FC from its very beginnings on the same site that once hosted Henry VII’s jousting tournaments.

Leicester Tiger and legendary England wingman Rory Underwood gives us the complete lowdown on his incredible career.

Kosovan women’s rugby is on the up, so we visit the capital Pristina to find out how the sport emerged from the ashes of war.

We tell the story of former Swansea, London Welsh, Oxford Uni and Doncaster prop Ian BGI Williams who died suddenly before a weekday training session.

The pioneering former Great Britain and England captain  Carol Isherwood takes us on trip down to memory lane to the very beginnings of women’s rugby.

Heard about the Englishman who took the helm of a European national side and led them to their highest world ranking in decades? Say hello to Jim Crick, a rugby globetrotter.

Plus much more…

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We spend an awful lot of time with Alun Wyn Jones talking about caravans, breastfeeding, fame and even a bit of rugby. We meet Verity Smith, a transgender rugby player who’s experienced the best and worst the game has to offer. We reveal what happened when we spent a week in the Barbarians’ camp in the run-up to the England game. We visit Bath Rugby to talk to the likes of Anthony Watson, Charlie Ewels and Nathan Catt about injuries, rehab and prehab. We find out how Dragons’ chair David Buttress helped build a £5.6bn company and what he can do for the region. We catch a train to Penzance to meet Cornish Pirates Gavin Cattle, Alan Paver and Dicky Evans who tell us their Premiership masterplan. We head to HM Prison Cookham Wood to see rugby being used to rehabilitate young offenders. We travel to Heidelberg to discover the truth about the rollercoaster ride that is German rugby.

+ Grassroots Scottish rugby at its best + The first-ever Rugby Schools Guide + Golf fashion

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In the second issue of Rugby, we visit Shetland to go on the UK’s lengthiest away fixture, meet the Jamaican saved from a life of crime with a one-way ticket to Old Coventrians, find out how karaoke is keeping spirits high in Rotherham and reveal how Battersea Ironsides manage to coach more than 1,000 kids every week.

We also discover how renting jet engines helped Coventry rise from the ashes and why a Japanese rugby company team has been touring the Welsh valleys.  We’ve also got exclusive interviews with Harlequins starlet Marcus Smith, the man behind Exeter Chiefs rise (and former powerboat champion) Tony Rowe, Welsh legends Adam Jones and Mike Rayer and London Irish stalwart Topsy Ojo.

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A premium journal featuring interviews, features and stunning photography from the world of rugby. This new coffee-table journal publication features exclusive interviews with the likes of James Haskell, Graham Dawe and Rob Andrew, and contains unique stories including the rugby president fighting HIV in Swaziland, the NASA engineer trying to unpick the scrum and the pioneering rugby club based in a garden shed.

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