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World Rugby Sevens Series
Feb 4, 2016:  It would have been such an easy call for the new coach to appease the ARU; but he has instead made the unpopular decision, Greg Growden writes
Six Nations
Feb 3, 2016:  Eddie Jones is set to shake up England, but how did an Aussie youngster who grew up loving cricket morph into the hardened leader the rugby world knows today?
Australia
Jan 3, 2016:  Greg Growden offers five storylines and a German proverb to ponder as he looks ahead to the rugby year in Australia and New Zealand.
New Zealand
Nov 18, 2015:  Every superlative directed Jonah Lomu's way during the legendary winger's rugby career was unquestionably deserved, writes Greg Growden.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 31, 2015:  No one can begrudge the All Blacks their triumph after confirming New Zealand is the world's greatest, most professional, most determined, most everything rugby country, Greg Growden writes.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 30, 2015:  Greg Growden peers into his crystal ball one final time to predict what time expect in this year's biggest game, the Rugby World Cup final.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 29, 2015:  Dan Carter and Richie McCaw are admired in Australia, and will be missed even north of 'the Ditch'. Greg Growden paints a portrait of two legends.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 29, 2015:  Which Wallabies have played a leading role in the run to the Rugby World Cup final, and who could have done more? Greg Growden runs his rule over the playing squad.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 28, 2015:  Depending on the Rugby World Cup result, work in Australia and New Zealand will be bliss or bedlam on Monday morning. Not everyone will get over it, Greg Growden writes.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 27, 2015:  Who deserves favouritism in the most anticipated World Cup final, with Australia one of the few teams to recently defeat the All Blacks? Greg Growden ranks the finalists.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 27, 2015:  Greg Growden has covered every Rugby World Cup; he has updated his list of five matches he has most enjoyed watching and reporting.
Growden Medal
Oct 26, 2015:  With one Test to go in 2015, Australia's impressive backrowers David Pocock and Michael Hooper are tussling to win the Growden Medal.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 25, 2015:  The most effective of back-row tag-team combinations, the 'Pooper Twins', is back in force and a step closer towards taking the Rugby World Cup off the All Blacks, Greg Growden writes.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 24, 2015:  Ben Smith's defence under the high ball was exceptional. He made innumerable breaks. As others hesitated, he stood firm, Greg Growden writes.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 22, 2015:  Greg Growden, fresh from tipping all four quarterfinal winners, bravely decides to push his luck by predicting what will happen in the semifinals.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 21, 2015:  Argentina are a much improved team for having joined the Rugby Championship, and the Pumas will only get better for joining Super Rugby in 2016, Greg Growden writes.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 19, 2015:  Daniel Carter is again on top of his game, and Greg Growden says the All Blacks playmaker is the main reason why New Zealand remain the firmest of Rugby World Cup favourites.
The Growden Medal
Oct 19, 2015:  The Wallabies ever reliable utility player Adam Ashley-Cooper is threatening the leaders in The Growden Medal following another assured performance against Scotland.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 18, 2015:  Winning the tight encounters is the hallmark of a great team, but Australia should not be beating their chests after defeating Scotland, Greg Growden writes.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 17, 2015:  Fatigue that lingers from their England and Australia matches, from being stretched to the limit for so long, and stopping one Springboks forward after another, got to Wales, Greg Growden writes.
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