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How to Win (Paperback): Clive Woodward How to Win (Paperback)
Clive Woodward 1
R256 Discovery Miles 2 560 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

In his entertaining and informative new book, Sir Clive Woodward analyses the events of the 2019 Rugby World Cup, offering his unique perspective on the performance of players and coaches, from Owen Farrell and Kieran Read, to Eddie Jones and Steve Hansen. HOW TO WIN:Rugby and Leadership from Twickenham to Tokyo is much more than the story of a tournament, however. It is the distillation of a philosophy of leadership developed during a lifetime in high-performance environments, from the rugby field to the boardroom. Tapping into his experience of winning the 2003 World Cup, being a part of the leadership team that delivered Olympic Success in 2012 and lessons drawn from Japan 2019, the author delivers a go-to manual in how to improve both individual and team performance in order to reach the pinnacle in sport and in business. Every individual position in rugby requires a unique set of skills, knowledge and expertise that collectively form a balanced team; the same is true in any successful business or organisation. From 1 to 15, the former England and British and Irish Lions coach identifies the key attributes and uses these defining traits to explain his collaborative 'Teamship' leadership style. With a fascinating blend of analysis, insight and anecdote, and the highs and lows of a memorable Rugby World Cup as the setting, Clive reveals how to lead the culture of a winning team - in any context.

Mud, Maul, Mascara - When fighting for a dream can make you and break you (Hardcover): Catherine Spencer Mud, Maul, Mascara - When fighting for a dream can make you and break you (Hardcover)
Catherine Spencer 1
R489 R408 Discovery Miles 4 080 Save R81 (17%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

Longlisted for William Hill Sports Book of the Year 2020 Catherine Spencer was the captain of the England women's rugby team for three years. She scored eighteen tries for England, won six of the eight Six Nations competitions she took part in, and captained her team to three championship titles, a European cup, two Nations Cup tournament victories and the World Cup final held on home soil in 2010, which thrust women's rugby into the limelight. All of this while holding down a full time job, because the women's team, unlike the men's, did not get paid for their sport. Mud, Maul, Mascara is an effort to reconcile alleged opposites, to show the woman behind the international sporting success. Painfully honest about the mental struggles Catherine faced during, and after, her career as an elite athlete, it is also warm, funny and inspirational - a book for anyone who has ever had a dream, or self-doubt, or a yearning for a really good, mud-proof mascara.

A Social History of English Rugby Union (Hardcover): Tony Collins A Social History of English Rugby Union (Hardcover)
Tony Collins
R1,044 Discovery Miles 10 440 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

From the myth of William Webb Ellis to the glory of the 2003 World Cup win, this book explores the social history of rugby union in England.

Ever since Tom Brown s Schooldays the sport has seen itself as the guardian of traditional English middle-class values. In this fascinating new history, leading rugby historian Tony Collins demonstrates how these values have shaped the English game, from the public schools to mass spectator sport, from strict amateurism to global professionalism.

Based on unprecedented access to the official archives of the Rugby Football Union, and drawing on an impressive array of sources from club minutes to personal memoirs and contemporary literature, the book explores in vivid detail the key events, personalities and players that have made English rugby.

From an era of rapid growth at the end of the nineteenth century, through the terrible losses suffered during the First World War and the subsequent rush to rugby in the public and grammar schools, and into the periods of disorientation and commercialisation in the 1960s through to the present day, the story of English rugby union is also the story of the making of modern England.

Like all the very best writers on sport, Tony Collins uses sport as a prism through which to better understand both culture and society. A ground-breaking work of both social history and sport history, A Social History of English Rugby Union tells a fascinating story of sporting endeavour, masculine identity, imperial ideology, social consciousness and the nature of Englishness.

The Grudge - Two Nations, One Match, No Holds Barred (Hardcover, 30th Anniversary Edition): Tom English The Grudge - Two Nations, One Match, No Holds Barred (Hardcover, 30th Anniversary Edition)
Tom English 1
R386 R359 Discovery Miles 3 590 Save R27 (7%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

Murrayfield, the Calcutta Cup, March 1990. England vs. Scotland - winner-takes-all for the Five Nations Grand Slam, the biggest prize in northern hemisphere rugby. Will Carling's England are the very embodiment of Margaret Thatcher's Britain - snarling, brutish and all-conquering. Scotland are the underdogs - second-class citizens from a land that's become the testing ground for the most unpopular tax in living memory: Thatcher's Poll Tax. In Edinburgh, nationalism is rising high - what happens in the stadium will resound far beyond the pitch. The Grudge brilliantly recaptures a day that has gone down in history when a rugby match became more than a game. This is the real story of an extraordinary conflict, told with astounding insight and unprecedented access to key players, coaches and supporters on both sides (Will Carling, Ian McGeechan, Brian Moore and the rest). Tom English has produced a gripping account of a titanic struggle that thrusts the reader right into the heart of the action. Game on. Fully revised and updated, this special hardback edition is published to mark the thirtieth anniversary of Scotland's most storied rugby season.

Centre Stage (Hardcover): Jamie Roberts, Ross Harries Centre Stage (Hardcover)
Jamie Roberts, Ross Harries
R518 R433 Discovery Miles 4 330 Save R85 (16%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

In a nation of rugby heroes, Jamie Roberts has become a legend. Jamie Roberts is your quintessential hard man: a 6 foot 4, 17 stone slab of rippling muscle, conditioned to run hard into other huge men in an arena where physical dominance is the prime currency. Yet away from rugby, he's a mild-mannered and thoughtful man - a qualified doctor with a thirst for knowledge and a curiosity about the world around him. It's an intriguing contradiction. In his first full season with the Cardiff Blues he was picked by new Wales coach Warren Gatland in the Grand Slam-winning side of 2008. He was still establishing his position in the national team when he toured with the 2009 Lions, emerging as Player of the Series. He went on to win 97 Test caps and play for clubs in Paris, London and Cape Town, yet his career has seldom been straightforward. A fractured skull was one of many injuries he had to overcome, and from the start he had to juggle the competing demands of university life and professional rugby. The joy of Six Nations success with Wales was balanced by heartbreak in the World Cup and disappointment against southern-hemisphere teams, while major trophies at club level proved frustratingly elusive. In this colourful and frank account of a sterling career, Jamie Roberts reveals all about life on tour, in boot camps and in dressing rooms filled with once-in-a-generation characters such as Mike Phillips, Andy Powell, Shaun Edwards, Martyn Williams, Brian O'Driscoll and Johnny Sexton. He also shares his views on concussion in rugby, the failings of the professional structure in Wales and the vital role of old-school team-bonding.

The Reduced History of Rugby - The Oval-shaped Story of the Union Game Squeezed into 80 Minutes (Hardcover): Iain Spragg The Reduced History of Rugby - The Oval-shaped Story of the Union Game Squeezed into 80 Minutes (Hardcover)
Iain Spragg; Illustrated by Tony Husband 2
R231 R172 Discovery Miles 1 720 Save R59 (26%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

A lot of rucking and mauling has gone on since William Webb Ellis first picked up the ball and ran, but this doughty little book heroically manages to capture the true essence of the daddy of all oval ball games in just 80 minutes (plus 20 minutes of overtime). This is the story of rugby as never been told before: a jinking, weaving compilation of surreal match reports, spoof correspondence and quirky cartoons. From the playing fields of Edwardian England's public schools to the canopied splendour of Cardiff's Millennium Stadium, the game's towering achievements, hilarious happenings and ludicrous coincidences are entertainingly recalled.

The The Northern Football Rugby Union - The Birth of Rugby League 1895-1922 (Paperback): Les Hoole The The Northern Football Rugby Union - The Birth of Rugby League 1895-1922 (Paperback)
Les Hoole
R394 R371 Discovery Miles 3 710 Save R23 (6%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days
Tough Season in the Sun - Greg Duggan is back and the heat is on (Paperback): Chris Berry Tough Season in the Sun - Greg Duggan is back and the heat is on (Paperback)
Chris Berry
R212 R179 Discovery Miles 1 790 Save R33 (16%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

The heat is on once again for troubled rugby league star Greg Duggan when he takes up the offer to join new club Lanzarote Eruption in the hot summer on the Canary Islands. Eruption are destined for Super League and Greg's life, in tatters from a broken marriage, corrupt officials and convalescence after a bullet wound, looks set for sunshine. But all is not what it seems behind the scenes at the high flyers and Greg finds himself in the centre of another volcanic storm, while his past won't leave him alone. Greg very nearly pulled off a miracle in saving his home town club Hopton Town in the first book of this crime thriller trilogy, this time it looks likely he will have to suffer further, through those intent on Eruption's downfall. Can Greg's skill and determination on the pitch be matched by his new-found undercover talent at unmasking the perpetrators, or will his legendary liking for female company cause his downfall? This is the sizzling, new sequel to author Chris Berry's Tough Season launched last Summer and a long-time #1 in the Amazon rugby league charts while also a new hit book in the crime thriller charts. It is destined to become one of this year's favourite Summer reads.

Football Spirit - United they Stand, United they Soar (Paperback): Gerard Siggins Football Spirit - United they Stand, United they Soar (Paperback)
Gerard Siggins
R203 R157 Discovery Miles 1 570 Save R46 (23%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

Book 8 in the acclaimed Rugby Spirit series. Eoin Madden and his friends are back at school and it looks like it will be a fun year with new subjects and activities to try. After all his years on the Junior Cup team, Eoin is looking forward to a break from rugby this year; when there's a chance to play soccer instead, he jumps at it! But it's hard to set up a football team at a rugby-mad school like Castlerock - can the boys do it? And who is the ghostly footballer with links to Dalymount Park that Eoin and his friends keep meeting? Eoin usually sees ghosts when trouble is brewing, so is something wrong at the football grounds? From the Busby Babes of the 1950s to the Castlerock Red Rockets, football links the generations.

Ken Scotland - The Autobiography (Hardcover): Ken Scotland Ken Scotland - The Autobiography (Hardcover)
Ken Scotland; As told to Allan Massie
R498 R466 Discovery Miles 4 660 Save R32 (6%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

Ken Scotland was born on 29 August 1936 within sight of Heriot's Goldenacre ground, which he would go onto grace with great panache and skill several years later. A prodigious talent at fly-half while at school, he was converted into a full-back during the international trials of 1957 and was capped in that position against France at Colombes just a few weeks later, scoring all of his country's points as the Scots recorded their first win on French soil since 1949. Having joined the army after leaving school, Scotland then attended Cambridge University and it was from there that he was selected for the 1959 British & Irish Lions tour to Australia and New Zealand. During this epic four-month tour he won plaudits far and wide as one of the superstars of the Lions' team. Using entries from the dairy he kept during this tour, Scotland brings to life one of the great Lions expeditions, taking us right into the heart of the changing rooms, hotels, bars and in the heat of battle on the field. Scotland played in five Tests for the Lions and won a total of twenty-seven caps for his country before retiring in 1965 with a reputation as one of the finest players ever to play for Scotland well established. He would continue to play club rugby for several years afterwards while enjoying a successful business career. At eighty-three he has finally decided to tell his life story. Working with Allan Massie, the doyen of Scottish rugby journalism, he has created a rich and powerful testimony to his life and rugby career, throwing new light on his own achievements as well as providing fresh insight the great players of his era. It is as fascinating as it is evocative of a time and a game long past and a must-read for rugby fans of all generations.

Exe Men - The Extraordinary Rise of the Exeter Chiefs (Hardcover): Rob Kitson Exe Men - The Extraordinary Rise of the Exeter Chiefs (Hardcover)
Rob Kitson
R469 R436 Discovery Miles 4 360 Save R33 (7%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

Winner of the Telegraph Sports Book Awards Rugby Book of the Year Among the best stories in modern British team sport has been the rise of Exeter Chiefs. How, exactly, did an unfashionable rugby team from Devon emerge from obscurity to become the double champions of England and Europe? What makes them tick? What are their secrets? Exe Men is a compelling story of regional pride, fierce rural identity, larger-than-life local heroes, remarkable characters, epic resilience, big city snobbery, geographical separation, steepling ambition and personal sacrifice which will strike a chord with anyone who enjoys a classic underdog story. This is not any old rugby book, it is the inside story of Exeter's incredible journey from the edge of nowhere to the summit of the English and European club game.

Rugby's Strangest Matches - Extraordinary but true stories from over a century of rugby (Paperback): John Griffiths Rugby's Strangest Matches - Extraordinary but true stories from over a century of rugby (Paperback)
John Griffiths
R208 R174 Discovery Miles 1 740 Save R34 (16%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Rugby fans will delight in this astonishing collection of outlandish stories from the past 150 years of the game. Here you'll find, among many other curious events, the Irish international who arranged his marriage in order to play against England, the team of top soccer players who beat their rugby counterparts at their own game, the day the entire Wales team was sent off, and when in an astonishing turn of events underdog Japan trimphed and beat South Africa (and who doesn't love an underdog). The tales in this book are bizarre, fascinating, and, most importantly, true. Revised, redesigned and updated for 2016, this book makes the perfect gift for the rugby obsessive in your life. Word count: 45,000

Lions in Africa - The British & Irish Lions and the Hunt for the Springboks (Hardcover): Chris Schoeman, David McLennan Lions in Africa - The British & Irish Lions and the Hunt for the Springboks (Hardcover)
Chris Schoeman, David McLennan; Foreword by Willie John McBride, Hannes Marais
R522 R438 Discovery Miles 4 380 Save R84 (16%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

It was the year 1891, and the first rugby football team from the British Isles was about to embark on a tour of South Africa; any doubts about the financial sustainability of the venture were removed when mining magnate Cecil John Rhodes thumped the table and declared, 'Let them come. I shall stand security for any shortfall.' And so, a tradition began that survived the financial insecurities of the pioneer years, two World Wars, sports boycotts, and the birth of the professional era. This book covers these tours from when matches were played on dusty fields and rugby players were transported in carts over poor roads in the Karoo, in coaches that broke down and on slow trains that, on occasion, caught fire. Crowds were also small in number until 2009 when feted players enjoyed every luxury as they played in some of the finest rugby stadiums in the world in front of enormous crowds. This carefully researched book is the first ever published to focus on all the matches played by the Lions in the 130 years of contests in southern Africa and recounts famous victories, agonizing defeats and nail-biting draws! A welcome addition to any rugby fan's bookshelf.

Rugby World Cup 101 - A Pocket Guide in 101 Moments, Stats, Characters and Games (Paperback): Peter Burns Rugby World Cup 101 - A Pocket Guide in 101 Moments, Stats, Characters and Games (Paperback)
Peter Burns 1
R269 R251 Discovery Miles 2 510 Save R18 (7%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

Rugby World Cup 101 is a compendium of fascinating facts, stats, stories, personalities and trivia - perfect for all fans of rugby from around the world. From the genesis of the tournament in 1987 all the way through to the present day, the Rugby World Cup's rich history is distilled into 101 facts, stats and stories. This entertaining volume is an instructive, if sometimes irreverent - but always affectionate - guide to some of the groundbreaking firsts, controversies, innovations, characters, achievements and disasters that have taken place in rugby's marquee event. Whether an expert or a novice, this is the perfect companion for rugby lovers around the world.

The Book of NRL Lists (Paperback): Will Evans, Nick Tedeschi The Book of NRL Lists (Paperback)
Will Evans, Nick Tedeschi
R801 R599 Discovery Miles 5 990 Save R202 (25%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days
After the Final Whistle - The First Rugby World Cup and the First World War (Paperback): Stephen Cooper After the Final Whistle - The First Rugby World Cup and the First World War (Paperback)
Stephen Cooper; Foreword by Jason Leonard 1
R332 R285 Discovery Miles 2 850 Save R47 (14%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

*Shortlisted for the 2016 Cross Sports Book of the Year award* When Britain's empire went to war in August 1914, rugby players were the first to volunteer: they led from the front and paid a disproportionate price. When the Armistice came after four long years, their war game was over; even as the last echo of the guns of November faded, it was time to play rugby again. As Allied troops of all nations waited to return home, sport occupied their minds and bodies. In 1919, a grateful Mother Country hosted a rugby tournament for the King's Cup, to be presented by King George V at Twickenham Stadium. It was a moment of triumph, a celebration of military victory, of Allied unity and of rugby values, moral and physical. Never before had teams from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, Britain and France been assembled in one place. Rugby held the first ever 'World Cup' - football would not play its own version until 1930. In 2019 the modern Rugby World Cup moves to Japan in the Centenary of the King's Cup. With a foreword by Jason Leonard, this is the story of rugby's journey through the First World War to its first World Cup, and how those values endure today.

The Rugby World in the Professional Era (Paperback): John Nauright, Tony Collins The Rugby World in the Professional Era (Paperback)
John Nauright, Tony Collins
R981 Discovery Miles 9 810 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Twenty years of professionalism has seen rugby union undergo dramatic transformations, from changes to everyday training cultures to the growth of the Rugby World Cup into one of the largest global sporting events. The Rugby World in the Professional Era is the first book to examine the effect that professionalism has had across a number of different aspects of the game and the wider socio-cultural significance of these changes through case studies from across the globe. Drawing on contributions from scholars from across the rugby-playing world, the book explores the role of rugby's professionalisation through a number of social-scientific lenses, including: labour migration race and indigenous populations the globalisation of the game mega-event management male sexualities media representations of rugby - from broadcasting matches to rugby in museums and on stage and screen Offering insights into under-researched areas of the sport, such as the growth of Rugby Sevens into an Olympic sport, and providing the most up-to-date recent history of the sport available, The Rugby World in the Professional Era is essential reading for anyone with an academic interest in rugby, and any student or scholar with interests in sports history, sports sociology, sport management or the economics of professional sport.

Open Side: The Official Autobiography (Paperback): Sam Warburton Open Side: The Official Autobiography (Paperback)
Sam Warburton 1
R229 R210 Discovery Miles 2 100 Save R19 (8%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Updated edition featuring a brand new afterword 'A terrific book. No one put their body on the line quite like Sam Warburton.' Brian O'Driscoll 'It was an absolute privilege to play against Sam. An inspiring leader with an equally inspiring story to tell.' Jonny Wilkinson Sam Warburton OBE was not only a titan of Welsh rugby, but an icon of the game. Having represented his country as a player and team captain at all junior levels, he propelled himself to international attention in 2011 when named as the youngest ever captain of Wales for the Rugby World Cup. Despite his tender age, Sam's immense displays for club and country were recognised still further in April 2013, when, at just 24, he was named the Lions' captain for the extraordinary 2013 tour to Australia. Four years later, after a year 'in the wilderness', Sam was named Lions' captain yet again for the historic tour to New Zealand, thereby becoming the first ever Lions Captain never to lose a series in the professional era. Intelligent, calm, thoughtful - in many ways seemingly the exact opposite of the smash and crash of modern rugby - Warburton's edge never came with his size, but with his depth of thought, his reading of movement, and his understanding that, to be a uniquely successful leader, one needs to set goals that far exceed the ambitions of even the most ferocious of opponents. In leading other men, and in pitting himself against the world's best, Warburton was forced repeatedly to push himself to the very edge of his physiological and mental limits, the 21 significant injuries over that period a painful testament to his sacrifice. Open Side is therefore not simply a chronology of events or a celebration of statistics. Written in a compelling but soul searching style, this is an astoundingly personal book exploring the nature of leadership, the value of self-control, the precision of mindset and of course the future of the game. It is also a deeply personal meditation on the sacrifice of body, the torment of injury and the pain of retirement, a decision Sam was forced to make in July 2018, at just 29 years old. Never before has a rugby autobiography given such intimate access not only to the realities of the dressing room and the heroes and villains of the modern game, but to the unique mindset required to make someone a genuinely great leader of men.

England Rugby: The Official Yearbook 2015/16 (Paperback): Iain Spragg England Rugby: The Official Yearbook 2015/16 (Paperback)
Iain Spragg 1
R389 R280 Discovery Miles 2 800 Save R109 (28%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

England Rugby has every reason to be excited about the 2015/16 season. As hosts of the IRB Rugby World Cup and blessed with a team that has been improving every year after the 2011 Rugby World Cup, fans have every right to believe this will be the year they emulate the 2003 squad and win the Webb Ellis Trophy. The England Rugby Yearbook 2015/16 looks back at the past season for the men's, women's, Under-20s, Sevens and Saxons teams, and looking forward to the Rugby World Cup. For England Women, the 2015 Six Nations was the end of an era with the World Cup-winning coaching team departing and new players taking over those who had retired as World Champions. All this, plus an exhaustive statistics section, including features on the men and women to look out for in 2015/16, and 160 stunning full-colour photographs make The England Rugby Yearbook 2015/16 required reading for every England Rugby fan.

Learning Curve - The Story of Student Rugby League (Paperback): Dave Hadfield Learning Curve - The Story of Student Rugby League (Paperback)
Dave Hadfield
R377 Discovery Miles 3 770 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This title presents the story of the spread of rugby league throughout the universities and colleges of Great Britain.

Ahead of his time - Roy Francis and Rugby League (Paperback): Peter Lush Ahead of his time - Roy Francis and Rugby League (Paperback)
Peter Lush
R408 Discovery Miles 4 080 Ships in 10 - 20 working days
The Science of Rugby (Paperback): Craig Twist, Paul Worsfold The Science of Rugby (Paperback)
Craig Twist, Paul Worsfold
R1,033 Discovery Miles 10 330 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The Science of Rugby is the only book to examine the scientific principles underpinning the preparation of rugby players for high performance. Drawing on the very latest scientific evidence, and covering both codes (union and league), the book explores every aspect of training and in-match performance and introduces best practice by leading coaches and sports science professionals from around the rugby world. The book covers key topics such as: Performance analysis Monitoring match and training demands Periodization and training plans Metabolic conditioning Strength and power training Speed and agility training Management of fatigue Managing and preventing injury Psychological preparation Biomechanics Nutrition Talent identification and youth development Each chapter includes an extensive case-study that demonstrates how scientific principles have been applied in practice, as well as reflections from leading coaches on how they have incorporated sport science into their performance programmes.No other book bridges the gap between theory and applied practice in rugby, from grass roots to elite international level, and therefore this is essential reading for any student, researcher, sport science support officer, coach, physiotherapist or clinician with an interest in the game.

Nobody Beats Us - The Inside Story of the 1970s Wales Rugby Team (Paperback): David Tossell Nobody Beats Us - The Inside Story of the 1970s Wales Rugby Team (Paperback)
David Tossell
R255 R212 Discovery Miles 2 120 Save R43 (17%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

""Nobody ever beats Wales at rugby. They just score more points." --Graham Mourie, former New Zealand captain"
In the 1970s, an age long before World Cups, rugby union to the British public meant Bill McLaren, rude songs, and, most of all, Wales. Between 1969 and 1979, the men in red shirts won or shared eight Five Nations Championships, including three Grand Slams and six Triple Crowns. But the mere facts resonate less than the enduring images of the precision of Gareth Edwards, the sublime touch of Barry John, the sidesteps of Gerald Davies and Phil Bennett, the courage and extravagant sideburns of J.P.R. Williams, and the forward power of the Pontypool Front Row and "Merv the Swerve" Davies. To the land of their fathers, these Welsh heroes represented pride and conquest at a time when the decline of the province's traditional coal and steel industries was sending thousands to the dole queue and threatening the fabric of local communities. Yet the achievements of those players transcended their homeland and extended beyond mere rugby fans. With the help of comedian Max Boyce, the culture of Welsh rugby and valley life permeated Britain's living rooms at the height of prime time, reinforcing the sporting brilliance that lit up winter Saturday afternoons. In "Nobody Beats Us," David Tossell, who spent the 1970s as a schoolboy scrum-half trying to perfect the Gareth Edwards reverse pass, interviews many of the key figures of a golden age of Welsh rugby and vividly recreates an unforgettable sporting era.

IRB World Rugby Yearbook - In Association with Emirates (Paperback, Revised edition): John Griffiths IRB World Rugby Yearbook - In Association with Emirates (Paperback, Revised edition)
John Griffiths 2
R463 R404 Discovery Miles 4 040 Save R59 (13%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This is the second edition of the acclaimed "IRB World Rugby Yearbook", the most comprehensive rugby yearbook on the planet. Published just after the Rugby World Cup, this special edition will feature all the stats, tables, features and reports from France 2007 as well as all the usual international stats, records and appearances plus incisive features by rugby legends Keith Wood, Will Greenwood, Francois Pienaar, Michael Lynagh and Nigel Starmer-Smith. It includes: all the 2007 world rugby stats; 2007 world cup section including stats and results; world rugby records; 2008 fixtures; the five irb players of the year; and, emirates airlines rugby photo of the year.

IRB Rugby Yearbook (Paperback, Revised edition): Paul Morgan IRB Rugby Yearbook (Paperback, Revised edition)
Paul Morgan
R458 R398 Discovery Miles 3 980 Save R60 (13%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Relaunched in 2006 this edition includes: all the facts and figures from the major international competitions, such as the Six Nations, Tri Nations, World Sevens Series, Women's Rugby World Cup and Americas and Asian tournaments; a review of the season and feature articles on key issues in the game over the past year by the world's leading rugby writers; and a preview of the 2007 World Cup in France, as well as fixtures for the 2007 season.

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