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Go Forward, Support! The Rugby of Life by…

Go Forward, Support! The Rugby of Life

by Rosemary A. Schmidt

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Go Forward, Support! is as much a guide to life as it is a guide to rugby. A philosophical jaunt through the cultural evolution and revolution of women's rugby, the book branches out to explore matters of art, sport, science, and the very meaning of life itself. Rugby takes you to the edge, makes you feel alive, and reminds you what a good thing that is. Rugby is about giving your all when you know all may be lost - or won - at any moment. There is plenty of rugby to be found in everyday life, if you only look for it.

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