The Zen Manual For Rugby

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Rugby. How is a game so big in such a small place? How does it have so many followers, many of whom do not play themselves? Is there a more meaningful, underlying and yet controlling purpose of it? More

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Words: 7,340
Language: English (New Zealand dialect)
ISBN: 9781301483365

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Review by: Annie Kitson on Jan. 15, 2013 :
I enjoyed this story. It gives a short overview of what rugby is all about. The places players play and the type of character best suited to this area of play, briefly suggesting that the astrological time of birth may have a bearing on the suitability of that choice.
The flexibility needed as play changes within the game and a subtle inference that our real lives may be led the same way.
A light hearted interesting read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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