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May 16, 2013
Playing conditions need to change for Asian rugby's flagship event to become competitive. Paul Radley explains.
Read Article Taking part will not be enough for the UAE and other minnows
When Jonny Wilkinson was at his peak one commentator said people will still be talking about the England fly-half in 100 years time. A mere 10th of the way toward the prophecy and, Wilkinson is still a conversation-starter, comments Paul Radley. Read Article Ten years on and Jonny Wilkinson still the talk of town
May 15, 2013
A low-key tag to the two-Test series could be offset by few men of the moment, writes Paul Radley. Read Article England-New Zealand cricket series holds promise amid stereotypes
As the Abu Dhabi Harlequins get ready to meet the Al Ain Amblers in the UAE Rugby League, former London Bronco Ben Bolger is happy to do his bit and educate the newcomers, writes Paul Radley.
Read Article Former London Bronco Ben Bolger is happy to teach rugby and compete
After lop-sided loss to Japan, Emiratis need to win in Manila to remain in Asian rugby union's top tier, writes Paul Radley.
Read Article UAE rugby vice captain Brett Williams to miss Asian Five Nations decider in Philippines
May 11, 2013
Duncan Hall's side in must-win game in Manila on Saturday to preserve top-flight status in Asia's premier rugby union competition, writes Paul Radley. Read Article UAE buoyed by battling display ahead of A5N game against Philippines
May 10, 2013
UAE have a week to recover from 93-3 loss to Japan before they play their final Asian Five Nations game against the Philippines. Read Article UAE's weary side face tough test to bounce back after Japan loss
May 09, 2013
Japan coach Eddie Jones pleads patience on behalf of the chasing pack in Asian rugby, writes Paul Radley.
Read Article When it comes to rugby in UAE and other minnows only time will tell
UAE winger Sean Hurley says he is set to break Mark Gathercole's record - but Gathercole thinks otherwise, writes Paul Radley.
Read Article Service record a case of he says and he differs with Sean Hurley and Mark Gathercole
Gordon Tietjens, whose job involves clocking up more air miles annually than the recently-retired Sir Alex Ferguson had to, celebrated an 11th world series title as coach of the New Zealand rugby sevens side, comments Paul Radley. Read Article New Zealand rugby's Gordon Tietjens an old guard who is still marching on
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