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Mick Collins could have spent the months after England's rugby world cup win in several ways. He could have idled away his days flicking playing cards into an upturned top hat, learned the tuba, or headed to the east in search of spiritual enlightenment.
Luckily for us, Mick spent the ensuing months researching the state of the game in England to pose the question, "whither English rugby post-World Cup?" It's a fascinating portrait of the game from the grass roots of Guy's Hospital RFC right up to spending time with Clive Woodward himself.
An important contribution to rugby literature.