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Meanwhile New Zealand will give Waisake Naholo every opportunity to make the World Cup squad after reports the winger, who broke his leg last month, has made swift progress in his recovery following alternative treatment in Fiji. Naholo, who helped the Otago Highlanders land a first Super Rugby title earlier this year, was ruled out of the tournament in England after cracking his fibula during his test debut in the win over Argentina on July 17th.

All Blacks coach Steve Hansen said after the win over the Pumas that Naholo faced three months on the sidelines but New Zealand media reported this week that Naholo was back doing light training already. Hansen, who will name his man squad on August 31st, was optimistic the year-old could yet make it. So who are we to boo-hoo alternative medicine.


The Chinese have been doing it for years. The problem is that stuff is pretty generic and doesn't need another entire book devoted to it. McCaw decided to stay away from his personal life, which is fair enough, but the passages about his love of gliding were kind awful to be honest. To me the book was at its best when it gave blow by blow This book spends most of its time trying to give readers an insight into what it takes to prepare for test match rugby, which on the face of it seems like a reasonable thing for a rugby biography to do.

To me the book was at its best when it gave blow by blow descriptions of test matches from the player's point of view. Richie McCaw is a once in a generation player and his observations of a game as it develops are genuinely interesting and I would have liked to see more of them in the book. Although filling a book with detailed game description wouldn't exactly set best seller lists alight.

Unlike the player it describes, this book is pretty mediocre, which is a shame because I don't think rugby has ever got the literature it deserves. Me, not so much.

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I went through a bit of a phase of reading sports books in the '80's, but really not bothered in more recent times, so Rob's high opinion probably carries a bit more weight than mine! I think this would be a fantastic book for a young player.

There seemed to be a lot of detail about goal setting, having a plan and getting the right head-space. All th An old family friend described this as the best rugby book he'd ever read.

I also liked the way the story was structured, with the narrative being based around the journey between the 2 world cups. It gave the book a really strong shape, and I guess this is the difference between having a sports journalist and a successful novelist as the ghost writer.All th An old family friend described this as the best rugby book he'd ever read.

Firstly, there is the issue of the story not being over, particularly not the part of the story readers want to hear about.

McCaw gets around these two issues by securely phrasing the book within that four year journey between world cups. I found it demeaning to the game of rugby and one of the things I treasure about rugby.

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