Alan Zondagh | Now more than ever, rugby laws must reward attack, the way Doc Craven once envisaged

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Deep down inside each rugby connoisseur we would like to see a game of rugby played by a group of highly-skilled, intelligent and creative players. Danie Craven was a strong proponent for players to "use or lose" their possession, not waste it running aimlessly into contact.

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