rugby365 TV: Episode 3
Thu, 27 Oct 2011 00:00
In our third episode of rugby365 TV, brought to you by adidas, we spoke to Western Province Under-21 coach John Dobson - the man who actually started up rugby365.com some twelves years ago.
Dobbo, after cutting his coaching teeth at Varsity Cup level with UCT, now coaches the WP U21 and Vodacom Cup teams, so we thought we would get his views on our RWC Team of the Tournament.
To say he was nice would be an overstatement, but his forthright views - given to show host Crispin Inglis - has been taken back to the editorial team by selection board member, Howie Kahn!
* We will, again, be giving away an All Blacks rugby jersey and two pairs of boots (Predators or Adizero RS7 Pros) on rugby365 TV - sponsored by our show partners, adidas.
For this week's competition, we want to know which player John Dobson believes was left out of the French starting XV due to - as he put it - "typical French madness".
Email your answer - which can be found by watching the above video - to firstname.lastname@example.org (one entry per person), specifying whether you would like to win the Predator or RS7 Pros, or the All Blacks rugby jersey. (Please also specify what size boots or jersey you would like.)
Also, please ensure that you include a day-time contact number. Entries close on Wednesday, November 2 at 8am.
Congratulations to the three winners from Episode Two of rugby365 TV - Tawrieq Sydow (Adizero RS7 Pros - boots), Romy Moll (Predators - boots) and Rory Jacobson (All Blacks jersey); your prizes are on their way!
Win these fantastic adidas boots...
... or win an All Blacks jersey!
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