Rugby players, more than any other sportsmen, do not have a thorough understanding of their game, especially the latest changes. As a result, many are playing far below their true potential. With this witty and imaginative guide to rugby laws, ex-referee Derek Robinson takes the rugby lawbook and turns it inside-out to explain clearly and concisely how, where and in what situations the various laws apply. Informative explanations are accompanied by annotated illustrations of on-field play. For players, referees, coaches and spectators alike, this book should add a new dimension to your understanding of the game.
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Derek Robinson writes for the Rugby Football Union and the International Rugby Football Board. He is the author of Rugby: A Referee's Guide and eleven novels, the best of which, Goshawk Squadron, was shortlisted for the Booker Prize.Review:
'The perfect companion for any keen rugby player' Daily Express 'Displays a sharp wit' Daily Telegraph
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