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Rugby World Cup Preview Magazine - 2003

Rugby World Cup Preview Magazine - 2003

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ON SALE WEDNESDAY 3 SEPTEMBER, NZRRP $9.95

An exciting and informative publication taking you through to the final stage of what has truly been a 'journey' for supporters of All Blacks rugby. An essential 100-page guide.

IN THE SPOTLIGHT....

John Mitchell.............His day of reckoning approaches

20 teams....................We rate chances of every team plus profile the All Blacks World Cup squad

Sir Brian Lochore.......New Zealand's only World Cup winning coach, reveals the secret of his success

Players to watch........We pick four youngsters who could take the tournament by storm

Features:...............Doug Howlett, Jerry Collins, George Gregan, Brian O'Driscoll, Ali Williams, Tony Marsh, Ashwin Willemse and the list goes on......

Competitions - take your pick

* Win a Playstation 2 plus ten of the very latest Rugby 2004 games to giveaway

* Some great All Blacks luggage and cooler bags up for grabs

Rugby News, World Cup Preview

the complete guide for any fan of the All Blacks

ENDS

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