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Spiro Zavos, a first-generation Greek New Zealander, saw his first rugby test as Wellington's Athletic Park when he was twelve years old and was struck with a lifelong passion for 'the perfect game'.

In HOW TO WATCH A GAME OF RUGBY he sets out to convince non-believers that rugby is the world's greatest game. This amusing and enlightening book will enchant not only keen rugby fans, but readers who don't know a fly half from a fullback - yet ...

Paperback - 119 pages

Published 2004

Excellent condition - inscription on front endpaper
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