Hugh Godwin

Hugh Godwin is the rugby union correspondent of the Independent on Sunday who also writes for The Independent

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Rugby World Cup 2015: Are New Zealand unbeatable? Will England rue axing players? State of play with 100 days to go

Will England rue ruling out Hartley and Tuilagi? Can Wales and Ireland build on decent autumn displays? Or are the All Blacks unbeatable? Hugh Godwin runs the rule over the World Cup’s top teams

Dylan Hartley ban: Stuart Lancaster admits hooker might not play for England again

Hartley will miss the World Cup after head-butting Jamie George

Saracens celebrate winning the 2014/15 Premiership final

Bath vs Saracens match report: Owen Farrell inspires superb Sarries to victory in Premiership final to win second ever title

Bath 16 Saracens 28: Three tries in the first half saw Bath blitzed off the Twickenham pitch with Saracens holding out to become the first team to win the Premiership final from fourth place in the league

Saracens fly-half Owen Farrell celebrates after landing a penalty
England head coach Stuart Lancaster

Rugby World Cup 2015: Stuart Lancaster lays down law over English fitness

England head coach promises to drop those who don't meet their fitness standards

Saracens fly-half Owen Farrell celebrates after landing a penalty

Northampton Saints vs Saracens match report: Sarries book their place in Premiership final to gain revenge for last season's defeat

Northampton Saints 24 Saracens 29: An early try from David Strettle and a second from Jamie George set the stage for Owen Farrell to boot Sarries to Twickenham

George Ford kicks a penalty for Bath against Quins

Top 10: Premiership rugby players of the season

Who has dominated English rugby this season?

Leicester vs Northampton match report: Tigers reach play-offs but are made to sweat

Leicester Tigers 22 Northampton Saints 14:

Manu Tuilagi breaks through the New Zealand defence during England's narrow 20-15 defeat

Manu Tuilagi at the crossroads after assaults on taxi driver and police officers

England outcast has paid a mighty price but must learn from his shocking mistake

Seremaia Bai walks off the being given a red card

Wasps vs Leicester Tigers match report: Adam Thompstone secures victory despite Seremaia Bai red card

Wasps 21 Leicester 26: Bai was sent to the sin-bin only for referee Wayne Barnes to change his mind after seeing the replay and send him off

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