rugby head

rugby head

n
derogatory slang NZ a male follower of rugby culture
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MORE than 200 Coventry schoolchildren tackled rugby head on when 16 primary schools came together to enjoy a festival of tag rugby at Centre AT7 in Bell Green Road.
Rugby correspondent ANTHONY WOOLFORD trawls through the archives, scratching hid rugby head, to give you, in our opinion, the greatest Pontypridd XV of all time.
The World Rugby head injury protocol clearly states that a player should be immediately and permanently removed from the field of play where there are any visible symptoms or suspicion of a potential concussion.
Nicola Ponsford, England Women's Rugby head of performance insists times have changed since Clive Woodward's World Cup winners of 2003 were all given 'gongs'.
England rugby head coach Stuart Lancaster, from Cumbria, was in the region to press the button to start the firework display and unveil the new sign.
Still, New Zealand sevens rugby head coach Sir Gordon Tietjens believed players interested to play at Rio must make sacrifices by regularly competing at the World Series.
IRELAND rugby head coach Joe Schmidt is fronting Epilepsy Ireland's Seizure Aware campaign as his son Luke, 10, has the condition.
The hotel will be close to several legendary sport stadiums and institutions, such as the Newlands Cricket Ground, Newlands Rugby Stadium, South African Rugby Head Quarters and the Sports Science Institute of South Africa, Africa's leading sports medicine, rehabilitation and high performance centre.
The keeper has a weaker skull than that of the average person due to being a triplet and has worn the rugby head guard ever since.
FORMER England rugby head coach Brian Ashton has followed his 2003 Rugby World Cup-winning predecessor Sir Clive Woodward into the wider world of Olympic sport.
Bristol Rugby head coach Richard Hill said: "Shaun has quickly become a hugely important player to this club.