Alan Zondagh | Monotonous mauls are a modern day headache, but they're here to stay

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Alan Zondagh. (Lee Warren/Gallo Images)
Alan Zondagh. (Lee Warren/Gallo Images)

In the modern game, the maul has become the go to for coaches and teams all over the world at most levels of rugby.

If it's coached and executed properly, it can be a very effective weapon and the number of tries that were scored from a maul in the Varsity Cup, Rainbow Cup and Currie Cup this past season is proof of that.

The maul has always been there from day one, and should always be part of our game.

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