"One of the funniest books about any game". - Sunday ExpressThis best-selling classic, now updated for the Coarse Rugby player of the 1990s, includes all of the truly fine points of the game....
|Title||:||The Art of Coarse Rugby|
|Number of Pages||:||184 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Art of Coarse Rugby Reviews
Gentle and amusing look at the lower level games of rugby that occur on various windswept fields during the winter months in England. Quick read, some chortles, mild entertainment.
Absolutely splendid look at rugby as played by any number of people for friendly matches. Wheezes like getting the other team drunk or impressing them into losing are given and funny incidents reported. Rules? Well he seems to know them, but they are better seen in the breach than the observance. The only funnier book about rugby you'll find is Even Coarser Rugby. Green's strength is his sporting guides and try Art of Coarse Sailing for a pleasantly contrasting great read.
Completely appealed to my British sense of humor. Found myself laughing out loud a lot. One of the few books I have read multiple times.
Brilliant. Even clear to one who still cannot spot fouls, infringements et al.....