A collection of FitzSimon's best rugby writings of the past seven years, in which he tackles a variety of experiences, including what it's like to be at the bottom of an All Black ruck, the secrets of the Wallabies' current success and his experiences of the game in France.
This collection contains FitzSimon's best rugby writings of the past seven years - drawn from the "Sydney Morning Herald", the "International Herald Tribune", "The Sunday Times", "The Independent" and London's "Daily Telegraph". A rarity in the rugby writing ranks for actually having played the game at Test level himself, FitzSimons tackles a variety of experiences, including what it's like to be at the bottom of an All Black ruck, the secrets of the Wallabie's current success, his experiences of the game in France and how to raise money for a new rugby clubhouse.
Peter FitzSimons is a sports writer who has played rugby with distinction at Test level.
Table of Contents
Introduction1 A couple of favourites2 Playing the different countries3 The tours4 World cup wrap5 The players6 The game7 The terminology8 The how-to of rugby9 Mish-mash10 Our league cousins
Rugby Stories by Peter FitzSimons
Used - Very Good
Allen & Unwin
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