There has been a great many athletes for the All Blacks, Aotearoa New Zealand’s national rugby team over the years. One of these players is Robin Brooke, who played as a lock through his rugby career.
Subsequently after his rugby profession, Brooke Robin started producing rugby related articles for the NZ Herald. Interesting content pieces consist of his article on how the press is an essential component of the rugby world, saying that the players depend on the support of the general public, who subsequently use the media as their source of info.
An additional fascinating article by Robin Brooke looks at the 2011 Rugby World Cup money arguments, and says that the World Cup payments sits on the shoulders of the IRB.
Have a look at the New Zealand Herald for any more of Brooke Robin‘s terrific rugby posts, such as the inconsistency of player penalties and World Cup predictions.