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The Random History of Rugby

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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. In the uber-professional rugby world of the 2010s, players don't drink or misbehave, as England showed in New Zealand in 2011...

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Author Iain Spragg, Tony Husband
Binding Hardcover
Condition New
Pages 128
ISBN-13 9781853759390
Publisher Prion Books Ltd


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