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About Graham Jenkins
Graham Jenkins is a freelance sports journalist who has been reporting around the rugby globe for over 20 years. A former editor of the leading rugby union website Scrum.com, he is a veteran of five World Cups and cites England’s 2003 triumph as the most memorable moment of his professional career – closely followed by a night out with Toulon owner Mourad Boudjellal.
Graham Jenkins's latest articles
What is the secret to Eddie Jones' success?
Leading English writer, Graham Jenkins looks at what is behind Eddie Jones’ immediate success with England.
Is the modern game too preoccupied with power?
Leading sports writer Graham Jenkins looks at the current topical subject of should weights be used in the development of junior players.
Could Six Nations benefit from injection of fresh blood?
This week leading rugby writer Graham Jenkins looks at whether the six nations competition is suffering from fatigue and could benefit from an injection of new teams
Game for a laugh?
Welsh writer Graham Jenkins, looks at Eddie Jones’ use of humour with his new English team and the use of humour in elite team sport.
Six Nations breaks new coaching ground
Graham Jenkins returns in 2016 with a preview of the 6 nations competition especially the influence of the southern hemisphere coaching.
The rugby world embarks on 2016 without two of its most famous names
The rugby world embarks on 2016 without two of its most famous names following the retirement of Richie McCaw and the sad passing of Jonah Lomu. Graham Jenkins reflects on the sizeable void left by two icons of the game.
Who's to blame for Sam Burgess' exit?
Graham Jenkins considers who might be to blame Sam Burgess’ sudden exit from rugby union back to league.
Meyer emerges from the mire
Welsh writer Graham Jenkins reflects on South Africa coach Heyneke Meyer’s quest for for coaching redemption during the world Cup after their Japan setback.
Carter sets seal on gutsy comeback
Welsh writer Graham Jenkins highlights Dan Carter’s match winning contribution in Saturday’s World Cup final and fulfilling his dream of Rugby World Cup winner.