Rugby is a gentleman’s sport and to succeed in it, you need to have your wits about you


Much of New Zealand’s success comes from their ability to stay disciplined, as exhibited here by Ma’a Nonu (with the ball).

LAST weekend the Rugby World Cup (RWC) came to an end. I feel that this has been the best RWC tournament ever – not just because Japan did very well and almost made the final eight but also mainly because many nations have improved.

Rugby has always been known as a brute sport played by gentlemen and many people find that hard to comprehend. I don’t blame them because to a non-rugby person, the sport is about two fifteen-man sides tackling each other like gladiators in a ring.

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