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The Rugby Journal #8
Inside this issue…
Bryan Habana and the Isle of Man
In a land with no speed limits, we join the South African legend on a tour famed for bikes that go 200mph and a mountain from which you can see the seven kingdoms.
How being registered blind isn’t stopping one group of rugby players from achieving their ambition of representing England.
Going behind the scenes with Saracen’s Women, we profile the players that are striving to keep them at the very top of the European club game.
Meet the side with a rich military history that’s breaking new ground by reaching National One using a core of rural Kent-born players.
Why it all went wrong at Bath for the England lock; how Toulon and calling bingo numbers for elderly French ladies proved to be the making of him; and what life is like back at his old club Bristol.
If they’d not been waylaid in the pub, Ealing would have been a founding member of the RFU. Today, they’re finally on the verge of making it on to rugby’s top place.
We interview the ageless Tongan who’s made such a big impression on every side he’s played and is now trying to take Peterborough to the next stage.