Free 2019 calendar with the latest issue of Rugby World

first_imgIrish welcome… Rugby World’s Alan Dymock at Thomond Park (Inpho)6. My life in pictures… Jamie RobertsThe Bath, Wales and Lions centre has always been one to keep himself busy. Here he reflects on his achievements on and off the field7. A great lineout move for your teamIn The Analyst this month, Sean Holley explains how you can take inspiration from a trick lineout that worked a treat for Newcastle8. Scotland lock Sam SkinnerPro rugby didn’t look on the cards for the second-row, but now he’s starring for Exeter and Scotland. Find out about his rugby journeyNew international: Sam Skinner impressed in his first campaign for Scotland (Getty Images)9. Rugby in the USAIt often feels like everyone in the world is waiting for rugby in America to explode, but what is the Stateside game really like? RW’s Alan Dymock investigates10. What it’s like to… be a citing officerGreek Danae Zamboulis is helping to push rugby’s boundaries by becoming Premiership Rugby’s first female citing officer. She tells RW’s Alan Pearey about her background in rugby and what the role entails PLUS, THERE’S ALL THIS…World Cup winner Conrad Smith on agent regulationsInside the mind of… Brian O’DriscollDanielle Waterman on the state of the women’s gameClub Hero Charlie SharplesTim Swinson on setting up a Scottish players’ unionA roller-coaster few months for Canada SevensBen Ryan on the pressures coaches faceFollow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Plus, a World XV of the year and the players’ views on the game’s big issues in the January 2019 edition of the magazine Free 2019 calendar with the latest issue of Rugby World The new issue of Rugby World magazine comes with a FREE 2019 calendar. Not only do the images celebrate a dozen standout Rugby World Cup moments but the calendar includes key dates for the year ahead, including all the Six Nations and Japan 2019 fixtures.In the magazine itself, Rugby World brings you the views of the world’s top stars in ‘The Players’ Issue’. We’ve teamed up with International Rugby Players, the global body that represents the game’s professionals, to find out what their members think about the sport’s biggest issues.More than 350 Test players completed an anonymous survey on topics including workload, concussion, international rugby, agents and money – and we reveal the findings in the latest edition. They make interesting reading.As well as all that, here are another ten reasons to pick up a copy of Rugby World’s January 2019 issue1. World XV of the YearWe’ve canvassed the opinions of writers across the globe to compile a team of 2018’s best players – how many Ireland players make the cut? And how many All Blacks?2. England prop Kyle SincklerThe England and Harlequins tighthead, who was so impressive during the November Internationals, talks dinner guests, sports knowledge and being a landlord in ‘Downtime’Prop star: Kyle Sinckler on the charge for England against Australia (Getty Images)3. Season structure RW columnist Stephen Jones describes the plans for a structured season as “a sorry shambles”. In this issue, he explains why playing fewer Tests would help solve the problems4. South Africa wing Cheslin KolbeOnce fearful for his Test hopes, the pocket rocket is now flying for the Springboks – and ToulouseDOWNLOAD RUGBY WORLD’S DIGITAL EDITION HERE5. Welcome to my club… Munster The province boasts a must-visit ground, so Alan Dymock jumps into a sea of red and discovers what it’s really like to Stand Up and Fight! LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS TAGS: Highlight last_img read more