Posts Tagged "Clyde Rathbone"
Most people who watched this year’s Super Rugby final would have happily used the words “exciting” and “entertaining” to describe the Chiefs’ thrilling come-from-behind victory. However, one man you won’t find saying that about his own team is veteran Brumbies winger Clyde Rathbone.
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Brumbies veteran Clyde Rathbone has been promoted to the starting side at the expense of Wallabies winger Joe Tomane for the Super Rugby qualifying final against the Cheetahs on Sunday.
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Make no mistake about it – the Lions series was great! Rugby really was the winner, unless rugby is the nickname for George Smiths brain.
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There are some questions that professional sportspeople get asked often during the course of their careers.
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Ryan O’Connell and Brett McKay are joined by fellow Roar Expert Cam Rose in a Victorian-flavoured episode of The Cheap Seats Podcast.
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It would seem that Australian rugby shares more than a few things in common with debate surrounding whether Australia should become a republic.
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Post-game travel days vary little and usually involve lots of sore bodies, packing, long flights, aeroplane food, being annoyed by Nic White, flight delays, buses, punching Nic White, airport terminals and lost luggage before finally arriving home to the comfort of love ones and a familiar bed.
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Former Test winger Clyde Rathbone showed he has lost none of his skill, turning in a solid performance in his return from retirement as the Brumbies beat Western Force 20-18 in a Super Rugby trial.
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Clyde Rathbone’s fairytale return to rugby has begun, but for where it might end, not even he can tell you.
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“One of the hardest decisions in life is choosing whether to walk away or try harder”. I’m not sure who to attribute the above quote to, but it did strike a chord with me.
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Former Wallabies winger Clyde Rathbone is looking to make a fairytale return to rugby after overcoming depression and a swag of injuries.
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Despite an appallingly unimaginative name, the upcoming Rugby Championship is shaping up as mouth-watering treat for rugby fans.
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Watch The Roar’s video interview with Clyde Rathbone – the former Wallaby says there will be no issues of complacency for Australia’s debutants in the Scotland and Wales Tests.
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The depth of talent in Australian rugby tends to polarise opinion. It’s even been suggested by Roar columnists that the poor performances of Australian teams should be attributed to poor coaching rather than poor depth.
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You never quite know when you’ll get your big break. Or even when life might attempt to break you. Most rugby players and I suspect most people, imagine a sequence of events that leads to success.
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Recently, whilst having coffee with a mate, I was provided some insight into how professional rugby players are perceived by much of the general public.
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Culture can be defined in a number of ways. But for the purpose of this column, I refer specifically to the following definition: ‘The set of shared attitudes, values, goals, and practices that characterizes an institution, organization, or group’.
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The population of earth is approximately seven billion. Interestingly, all of us appear to descend from a group of hunter-gatherers living in Africa around seventy thousand years ago.
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There is no disputing the fact that rugby is played all over the world. From places where it is the dominant sport, such as New Zealand and South Africa, to areas where it is a niche sport, such as Sri Lanka, Kazakhstan, China and the USA.
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Though it comes up every year without fail, the annual debate about what penalty goals should be worth seems to have popped up earlier in 2012 than ever.
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