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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.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 15, 2015:  Greg Growden has put on his tatty old Wizard suit to give you insight into what will and won't happen during the World Cup quarter finals
Rugby World Cup
Oct 14, 2015:  The Wallabies want to make Twickenham their "home away from home", which, Greg Growden writes, is not surprising as it is a ground with deep Australian rugby links.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 13, 2015:  Sevens tournaments provide incentives for all teams until the end -- why not the same at the World Cup to boost minnows, Greg Growden asks.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 11, 2015:  New Zealand and Australia are peaking at the right time, with Argentina hovering, while Ireland and Wales are threats from the north if they can both find 15 fit men to take the field.
The Growden Medal
Oct 10, 2015:  Another assured performance by Wallabies playmaker Bernard Foley has seen him move up the leader board in The Growden Medal.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 10, 2015:  Australia have developed self-belief and stoic resistance to be taken as serious Rugby World Cup title candidates, Greg Growden writes.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 9, 2015:  The Wallabies' No.8 position has proved a problem for years but David Pocock's easy transition could be a masterstroke for Cheika, Greg Growden writes.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 7, 2015:  Michael Cheika has faced numerous major hurdles in his first year as Wallabies coach, but none as confronting as his need this week to devise the right plan to nullify Wales, Greg Growden writes.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 5, 2015:  Greg Growden believes the Rugby World Cup is about to see a Rugby Championship finale.
The Growden Medal
Oct 4, 2015:  Bernard Foley achieved the highest points awarded in the Growden Medal with his near perfect performance against England, but David Pocock continues to lead the points table
Rugby World Cup
Oct 4, 2015:  Australia must top Pool A to make their finals campaign that much easier, and Wales look vulnerable, Greg Growden writes
Rugby World Cup
Oct 2, 2015:  The Wallabies have become fine 'finishers' because Michael Cheika understands the dynamics of getting the best out of his replacements, Greg Growden writes.
The Growden Medal
Oct 1, 2015:  After an exceptional season for Australia, David Pocock has beaten his backrow partner to claim the Growden Medal for Australia's best Test player for 2015.
Rugby World Cup
Oct 1, 2015:  Stuart Lancaster's position will be far from safe if Australia expose England's leadership problems as Wales did, Greg Growden writes.
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