Sinopsis: Few people can dispute that rugby is the most passionate sport in the world and there can be no more dramatic spectacle than 30 players giving their all in a brutal encounter. The combination of skill and courage makes lions out of limbs and the social side of rugby leads to many friendly arguments as to who were the best players and what were the best matches. This book gives ample food for thought by highlighting such memorable moments as Jonny Wilkinson kicking England to World Cup glory, Gareth Edwards scoring the greatest ever try for the Ba Bas, and Jonah Lomu walking through Englands defence on his way to another try. More recently, the great games havent come much better than the British & Irish Lions sensational victory in the third test against the Wallabies to seal the series in 2013 which made a world superstar out of Leigh Halfpenny. The debates will continue to rage and if nothing else, this book will give you the ammunition to argue.
19 May 2015