With a foreword by HRH The Princess Royal, the Wooden Spoon Society's Rugby World Yearbook has become an indispensable guide to the forthcoming season. Now in its 19th year, the hardback book looks ahead to the international agenda with articles from Raechelle Inman, Chris Thau, Alan Lorimer and Sara Orchard; while the Telegraph's Mick Cleary looks at England's summer tour; Alan Lorimer previews the Scotland tour; Graham Clutton looks at Wales's international fixtures; and Peter O'Reilly anticipates the Irish tour. On the home front, Chris Jones profiles retiring legend Steve Borthwick; Chris Hewett gives his views on the Aviva Premiership; Steve Bale wallows in the Welsh rugby tradition; while David Hands raises a glass to the forthcoming Heineken Cup. The book reviews the previous 2012-13 season while editor Ian Roberston, the voice of radio rugby, looks ahead to the 2013-14 season and selects his key players. Terry Cooper provides a comprehensive fixture list for the 2014-15 season. All in all, a bumper book that no domestic rugby fan will want to miss.