100 years of the best rugby played anywhere . . .
The year 2003 marks one hundred years of heroic rugby contests between Australia and New Zealand. This lively book from a leading rugby writer from each country covers the highlights of these encounters and tackles some of the big questions about which teams and which players were 'the best'.
New Zealander Spiro Zavos is a rugby columnist for the 'Sydney Morning Herald' and a well-known rugby analyst in both countries. Australian Gordon Bray is Australia's leading rugby commentator and is a familiar face and voice on the 7 Network.
In addition to describing all the great matches and analysing the players, Zavos and Bray have challenged themselves to pick the best players of the century from both the All Black and Wallaby teams.
- Publication Date:
- 04 / 08 / 2003
- 153 x 234mm