Monday, December 31, 2007
As a highly entertaining year of rugby comes to an end, we feel we've done our best to cover every major rugby event from around the world. From the Super 14 final, where Bryan Habana scored a memorable last minute winner for the Bulls , to the World Cup where we saw the powerful Springboks come out victorious in a tight final encounter with the courageous English.
Near the end of this year we've been covering highlights from the European scene, with the Heineken Cup , French leagues and the UK Domestic competitions and IRB Sevens serving up some quality action. Some fantastic individual tries as well as a few unsavoury incidents have kept us busy, but it's been great fun and we hope you've enjoyed it.
In 2008 we'll bring you more of the same, and things will keep getting better here on Rugbydump so stick around and remember that without your continued support, we'd cease to exist. Here's to a fantastic New Year and looking forward to more quality rugby from around the world.
Seeing as we've covered the good stuff from 2007, here's a look back a little further, to November 2004, when the touring All Blacks met Wales at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff.
The game was a classic, with all the intensity and atmosphere accustomed to a meeting of the two nations that both share a huge amount of pride and rugby history.
Joe Rokocoko scored one of the best tries witnessed at the Millennium Stadium yet. The dummy to kick threw the defender off, allowing Smokin Joe to put the foot down and fly away for a great five points.
The game went back and forth, and in the end the All Blacks came out on top 26-25, beating the Welsh by just the solitary point.
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