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Monday, September 19, 2011

The Rugby Club Plays of the Week - RWC Week 1

Plays of the Week from the Rugby Club is back with a RWC edition for the first round of the tournament. We're treated to the rhythmic movements of Jonah Lomu at the opening ceremony, some great tries, and of course, some of the biggest hits and funny moments. 

Going back a bit, the opening ceremomy was a spectacular affair that included an appearance from New Zealand legend, Jonah Lomu. The great man has many talents, some of which include bodybuilding and even boxing. But dancing? Probably not. Sean Maloney included a clip for you to have a look.

Scot Chris Paterson's conversion attempt against Romania was one of the funnier moments of the first round, as was the streaker in the England and Argentina game. We actually posted a longer version (of the video) on the Facebook page during the week, so be sure to follow RD there too for random bits.

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