The IRB World Rugby Yearbook 2012
- IRB World Rugby Yearbook is back with full a Rugby World Cup 2011 review
- Features leading writers and Rugby stars from across the globe
- Early-bird offer for media available
The essential publication for Rugby fans around the world, the Yearbook looks back on another action-packed and historic year with some of the Game’s leading names providing expert opinion together with in-depth statistics, reviews and features.
The Rugby World Cup 2011 review section includes an exclusive feature with Rugby World Cup winning captain Richie McCaw, while Rugby World magazine and Yearbook editor, Paul Morgan, reflects on a truly memorable tournament.
Leinster coach Joe Schmidt offers a unique insight to his team’s dramatic Heineken Cup come back victory and there are contributions from Tom Shanklin, Scott Quinnell, Maggie Alphonsi and Nigel Starmer-Smith amongst the stellar cast of writers.
With over 600 pages of features, analysis, tournament reviews, opinion, results, statistics and records, the IRB World Rugby Yearbook 2012 also features the shortlisted and winning photographs from the IRB/Emirates Airline Rugby Photograph of the Year 2011 competition and a review of the 2011 IRB Awards in association with Emirates Airline.
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The IRB World Rugby Yearbook 2012 is now in its sixth year, offering unparalleled insight to the world Game.
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