This is an autobiography by an amateur rugby player Liam Dunseath from the United Kingdom. It describes his playing days spanning over 21 years in several different countries at different levels.
It speaks of the highs and lows of winning and losing, magnificent tries, injuries, off the field antics, rugby tours and the life long friendships made through the game of rugby.
From the early days at school, captaining his University of Salford and playing at national 7s competitions, this epic journey reveals his love of the game on and off the field, playing in the UK, France, Italy, Spain and USA.
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By Betty Smith
Jul 8, 2014
I was unsure how well I would enjoy a book about rugby since I do not play. It wasn't long after I picked up the book I was laughing at the male bonding and wild drinking games. This vagabond of a rugby player was ready to pick up and play anywhere in the world that would have him. While bouncing back and forth around Europe and the US, Liam stayed with many different players. I had no idea rugby was like a world wide brotherhood. The adoration he feels for his fellow players is obvious through his detailed descriptions of them. The highs, lows and most embarrassing moments are recounted in this fun read. And for those of us that do not play rugby, there is a witty glossary of terms at the end!
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