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Q: Who is better ... in this sport?

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/rugby-union/2018/08/25/new-zealand-vs-austra...

 

 

I would like to know which team is the best in the world in this sport and why?

 

Are there any resident-experts present on the Board for detailed review of the rules in this game?

 

 

Maybe, Chinesers also sport competitive team ... in this odd-looking-ball game ...

5 years 26 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - China

 
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Hint... it's definitely not Australia... 

icnif77:

I've always thought about New Zealand ....

 

What's puzzling is 'why' ... Phil might hold the key ...

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To be fair to the Aussies, they do pretty well playing AFL (Aussie rules footy). Of course, nobody else actually plays it so...

 

Oh, and cricket. I don't follow cricket at all, can't stand it, I think it's probably just about the most boring sport in the world but I think the Aussies are a bit of a cricket powerhouse.

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While  I was still   studying Englo, I came toward an enigma:

 

''Why do they (English native speakers) call this game 'football' and then players carry the ball whole time in their hands?''

 

I asked that Q (with serious face)  at the beginning of one foot game on Yank's stadium, and fan strenuously objected with notion:

'They kick the ball, too .... sometimes!'

 

I again, STRENuOUSLY rejected such an explanation. BuTT ... I am Non-native Englo speaker! 

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THE ALL BLACKS ARE THE BEST IN THE WORLD

icnif77:

This must be Black's GFs : 

 

 

Can't post the pic with title 'Here's Black Ferns prop Phillipa Love scoring', butT ... very quick 'diagnosis':

'All rugby girls need a dentist with bag of implants handy ...'

 

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England were world champs 2003 World Cup, Runners up 2007, started to lose our way after that culminating in a group stage 2015 exit. 

 

New Zealand have always been a dominant force, as have the Aussies. I like the pacific islander teams as they play explosive, attacking rugby despite defensive frailties.

 

The Spring Boks can often cobble a side together too.

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