Archive For The “The Future Of The Game” Category

So Who Really Stole the Ruck and Rucking? An Opinion Piece by Matt Peters

By | April 23, 2012

It is interesting to hear rugby people, in particular rugby coaches, lamenting the absence of that age old bastion of rugby, rucking. In my field of work I also hear constantly, referees took rucking out of the game. So where has it gone? Who did take rucking out of the game? Who is the Grinch […]

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The Hollow Frontier – Railling Against The Machine

By | December 22, 2011

What is the Hollow Frontier? The settlement of North America, the USA in particular, was based on the progressive development of land and the continent’s resources each step of the way. Initially those closest to Europe settled along the eastern seaboard. When each successive group, from countries deeper and deeper into Europe, arrived, they leapfrogged […]

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NZ Rugby 101 by Lee Smith

By | December 2, 2011

The book I have written is for a mass market and is written in a user friendly way.It is suitable for all those interested in the game – players, coaches, referees and fans. It will help you understand the game as it contains sections on: The game as a whole. The use of the principles […]

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