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Pocock autobiography reveals flight into exile led to eating disorder

WALLABIES star David Pocock has revealed he is suffering from an eating disorder he developed as a neurotic teenager when his family fled Zimbabwe...

The Springboks and the Holy Grail

It may well be the best rugby book I have ever read - Dan Retief's story of four Rugby World Cups. Paul Dobson, rugby365 I found...

Bok’s outdoor cooking recipe’s – Part 1

Yesterday while doing my early morning shopping I came across a second hand book sale for an organization called TEARS animal rescue. Something caught...

Reborn Boks face task to stay on top

Two thoughts occur on reaching the end of former South Africa coach Jake White's autobiography: how on earth did the Springboks manage to win...

Old Heroes

Old Heroes is about this period in our history told in part through the reminiscences of a young Warwick Roger, still at school and...

Champions of the World…

The day after England won the 2003 Rugby World Cup, the brilliant Daily Telegraph cartoonist Matt came up with a front page sketch. Two...

Mythical, mystical and magical tests

One of the enduring Christmas traditions in our family is my brother buying me rugby books to add to my already-bulging library. Writes Jamie Mackay...

White owed this man a place in his book

It was George Orwell who said an autobiography was only to be trusted when it revealed something disgraceful, because a man who gave a...