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Rugby's Strangest Matches free pdf * From bestselling author John Griffiths. * Jam packed with over one hundred years of strange rugby history! * The perfect gift for the rugby fan in your family! Rugby fans will delight in this extraordinary collection of astonishing but true stories from the past 130 years, which reveal a bizarre and hitherto uncelebrated side to the sport. Here you'll find, amongst many other bizarre events, the Irish international who arranged his marriage in order to play against England, the match in which a team of top soccer players beat their rugby counterparts at their own game, the riotous encounter that meant that particular fixture was subsequently abandoned for seven years, the international match in which an entire Wales side were sent off and the unknown player who was capped for his country due to an administrative mistake. Rugby's Strangest Matches is a fascinating compendium that is sure to amuse and entertain. Other titles in the series: Football's Strangest Matches (9781907554087), Cricket's Strangest Matches (9781907554094) and Golf's Strangest Rounds (9781907554070)

About John Griffiths

John Griffiths was a regular contributor to the Daily Telegraph's rugby column for many years, and is the author of several sports books, including The Book of English International Rugby, The Book of International Rugby Records, British Lions, The Five Nations Championship and Rugby's Strangest Matches.

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Author : John Griffiths
Publisher : Portico
Data Published : 06 September 2010
ISBN : 1907554068
EAN : 9781907554063
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 176 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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