Rugby Union for Dummies

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  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2016-07-30
  • Publisher: For Dummies

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Don't know a scrum from a driving maul? Can't tell a box kick from a grubber kick? With the 2011 World Cup coming up fast, you need to know why a haka is not someone feeling queasy and why a goose-step is nothing to worry about! Let this second edition of RUGBY UNION FOR DUMMIES guide you past the high tackles, teach you how to spot a decoy and help you avoid a yellow card. From watching rugby union on TV to getting involved in your local club, RUGBY UNION FOR DUMMIES has all you need to know about the rules, tactics and stars of the game. Author Greg Growden is one of Australia's best-known sportswriters. He is the chief rugby union correspondent for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age and travels with the Australian Wallabies on international tours. Greg has written numerous books on rugby union, including the first best-selling edition of RUGBY UNION FOR DUMMIES, and draws upon his experiences with his Wallaby and All Black mates to make them as colourful and informative as possible.

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