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This month's has a look back at Paul Emerick's accomplished career, we check out the changes and issues at the OTC, and we have an excerpt from the latest novel that features rugby.

In addition, there's a look at the Chicago rugby club of 1939, how to give your rugby brain a workout, and memories of a successful Maccabiah Games campaign from Dallen Stanford.

Alex Goff looks at the pie-in-the-sky-ness of pro rugby dreams, Rob Hartley looks at the very real success of Blaine Scully's trial with Leicester, and Pat Clifton stops to talk with an up-and-coming referee about what else goes on behind the whistle.

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