I’m boarding a plane again next week. Cartographists, sailors and (I’m hoping) pilots will say I’m heading east. And as time lines go, I’ll be getting ahead of myself. 774 more words
Tags » Tri Nations
The 2006 Tri-Nations was a major disappointment for a Great Britain team flush with celebrity players from the professional era, many at their peak. It would eventually end in an off-the-field controversy that over shadowed everything. 63 more words
We take a look at the Tri-Nations’ most successful team, New Zealand, which has won eleven of the 16 championships on offer.
It has been a remarkable period for the All Blacks since 1996, winning more than three times as many crowns as the Springboks and Wallabies, a useful diversion when kiwis need to come up with a counter to the fact that their greatest rivals have won two World Cups each. 1,649 more words
By STEVE MASCORD
THERE is a simple way for the National Rugby League to head off a move by agents aimed at allowing players to spend the off-season in Japanese rugby union: change the term of the standard playing contract to cover an entire 12-month period. 533 more words