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Ruggers Long Leg Shorts – New look for an old Favourite


Ruggers Long Leg Shorts – New look for an old Favourite


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    Product Description

    Ruggers Long Leg Shorts

    New look for an old Favourite – Longer leg

    BIGGER size range – 77 to 147 cm

    Comfort plus for work and the weekend

    • 100% Cotton
    • Internal Draw Cord
    • Taped Side Pockets
    • Internal Fob Pocket
    • Flapped Mitred Right Back Hip Pocket
    • Flag Label at right side seam
    • Elasticised waist for extra comfort
    • Weight 205 GSM2

    Ruggers Long Leg Shorts

    Perfect for tough jobs or weekends spent outdoors and feature a secure stretch waistband that won’t budge, dig or slip. Functional pockets and an internal drawstring complete this everyday staple

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    History of Rugby in Australia – via Wikipedia

    The first rugby union club to be established in Australia was Sydney University‘s in 1864.[17] A decade after the first club was formed, a body called the Southern Rugby Union was formed as a result of a meeting at the Oxford Hotel in Sydney,[18] a Sydney competition was established, which was administered from the England Rugby headquarters at Twickenham[citation needed]. The first competition commenced the following year in 1865 with 6 teams.

    The ‘Waratah’ Rugby Club invited Australian rules football club, the Carlton Football Club to play two matches, one under rugby rules and one under Australian rules.[19] On Saturday 23 June, 3,000 spectators watched Waratah beat Carlton at rugby at the Albert Cricket Ground in Redfern.[19] In the return leg, Carlton defeated Waratah under Australian rules.[19] A week later over 100 footballers formed the New South Wales Football Association (NSWFA) to play the Australian game.[19] With its origins, image and administration anchored in England, supporters of rugby saw the code as a symbol and reminder of their Englishness.[20]

    The first inter-colonial game occurred in 1882, when players from the four Queensland clubs (who played both rugby and Australian rules football) travelled to NSW. NSW won by 28 points to 4 at the Sydney Cricket Ground in front of 4,000 spectators

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    Black, Navy, Olive


    77, 82, 87, 92, 97, 102, 107, 112, 117, 122, 127, 132, 137, 142, 147