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The beginner's guide to rugby
The beginner's guide to rugby
Cruden, Aaron, 1989-2015
Aaron Cruden shares the highlights of his junior and professional rugby careers along with the skills and tricks you'll need to become a rugby star. How do you pass a rugby ball? How do you take a drop-kick? How do you tackle someone bigger than you? Instructional and highly illustrated, this is a beginner's book of rugby for all ages. It features the basic skills every rugby player should be familiar with, no matter what their position. Along with techniques and drills to perfect basic passing, tackling, running, defensive and attacking play, it also features some of Aaron's advanced moves, like the offload, flick pass and pop kick. Aaron provides some of the little-known facts about rugby, as well as advice on how to play for your school, province, Super Rugby team and the things you will need to do to become an All Black.
Main title:
Auckland, NZ : Random House New Zealand, 2015
208 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Dewey class:
LocationCollectionCall numberStatus/Desc
Beaumaris LibraryJunior Make and DoJ 796.333 CRUAvailable