Selected books on rugby:
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Up and Under: Rugby vs. Life
Up and Under: Rugby vs. Life
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Author: Mark Brewer

Up and Under: Rugby vs. Life

Format: Paperback
Pages: 273

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Rugby Facts, Figures and Fun
Rugby Facts, Figures and Fun
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Author: Liam Mccann

Rugby Facts, Figures and Fun

Format: Hardcover
Pages: 96

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Rugby 2008
Rugby 2008
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EA Sports: Rugby 2008

Format: PC-DVD

Platform: PC

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A Game for Hooligans: The History of Rugby Union
A Game for Hooligans: The History of Rugby Union
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Author: Huw Richards

A Game for Hooligans: The History of Rugby Union

Format: Softcover
Pages: 304

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Decade of Tri Nations
Decade of Tri Nations
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Decade of Tri-Nations

Format: DVD

Zone: 2

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How to Watch a Game of Rugby
How to Watch a Game of Rugby
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Author: Spiro Bernard Zavos

How to Watch a Game of Rugby
 
Format: Softcover
Pages: 119

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category: Fun Stuff
TRIVIA
Scotland

In the 1972 Five Nations Championship Scotland refused to travel to Dublin at the height of the Troubles after receiving threats, purportedly from the IRA. The Championship remained unresolved with Wales and Ireland unbeaten.
The first ever international game: Scotland v England played at Raeburn Place in Edinburgh, March 27th, in front of a crowd of 4000 (Scotland won by one goal and one try to one goal, the teams were 20-a-side and Halves were 50 minutes each). The try was awarded after a 10 minute argument, leading to a famous aphorism by Dr. HH Almond, the Scottish umpire: "I must say, however, that when an umpire is in doubt, I think he is justified in deciding against the side which makes the most noise. They are probably in the wrong."





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