Sunday, June 1, 2008

This is what you can learn from a Champion Team



One week on and the Crusaders as predicted are the Super 14 Champions of 2008. This is a report of the match. The master coach guiding his rugby team to another championship and the end of his dynasty as coach of the Canterbury Crusaders rugby team.

Read my last post for some of the reasons why great teams will always beat a team of individuals.

Super Coach Robbie Deans now ends his coaching duties and heads across the 'ditch' (or Tasman Sea, between New Zealand and Australia) to Australia to take charge of their national team, the Wallabies, for the next 4 years. The next 4 years of rugby in the southern Hemisphere will be interesting to watch. If you're a rugby purist, you will chopping at the bit waiting for the next Australia versus All Blacks test match. Im sure 'Mr Lovemarks' Kevin Roberts won't miss that game ;-)

2 comments:

Stag said...

How does this fare for the rest of super 14? Crusaders have dominated for a while now, but what I would like to see is match up between the winners of super 14 and Heineken cup...

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