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  1. Danie Rossouw's World Cup Diary - September 16rd 2011

    Disclaimer - This comes from a friend, so not my writing, but too good not to pass on.

    16 September 2011:

    Tomorrow we are to playing against the Fiji, who haves a proud history of eating people.

    I know this because I did do my research before the game. Victor usually does the research but because he are at rehabiliation at a nice hotel resort (outside of New Zealand off course), the coach did asked me to do the research on the opposition.
  2. Referee assessor

    Hi all,

    I have just moved to Basel in Switzerland from the UK and I am looking to join a referees society in France.

    I have scoured the web but I am having difficulty in trying to find a society.

    Please could someone help and give me an E Mail address or a site that I could find.
  3. termination of a referee

    I joined the london society 3 years ago and reached a level10 standard but despite attempts to ask for promotion or ask questions I have been perceived as being rude and arrogant .
    Without a hearing or meeting I have been despatched an emailed saying my registration has been withdrawn for reasons which i would dispute if allowed to .
    I enjoyed a good playing career including national leagues and coached 1st xv level up to LONDON 2 ; so with 30 years experience felt I had something ...
  4. Pre-season Challenge

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    You can only get a calorific deficit if your energy output is more than the energy input. You therefore have to cut down on food portions. Psychologists have found that eating slowly helps you lose weight because you consume less food portions. A slow speed gives the brain time to receive the satiation signal from the tummy letting you know that youíre actually full, as well as allowing better digestion and hydration. Otherwise gobbling a meal makes you think a meal has gone down too soon, making
    Tags: weight loss
  5. Ready4Rugby

    So tomorrow is the return to reffing for some at Berkshire ( and hopefully across the country ) in the form of the new RFU Ready4Rugby, essentially a game of touch.

    looking forward to getting out the whistle again, been too long, though Iíll have to report back how the actual reffing of the revised rules goes.

    if your out this weekend, whistle in hand, let us know how it goes.