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Sat 15 May 2010, 2:30pm–3:30pm

Where: Lower NZI Room, Aotea Centre, 50 Mayoral Dr, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Standard, from 12 May: $19.50
  • Earlybird: $16.50
  • Club Member: $15.50
  • Student: $9.75
  • Additional fees may apply

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With the World Cup less than 18 months away, it’s time we talked about rugby.

In his new book Somebody Stole My Game, Chris Laidlaw gives his view of rugby in the 21st century – a game in a state of crisis – as it was a generation ago when his groundbreaking bestseller Mud in Your Eye (1973) sold over 40,000 copies.

The New Zealand Herald’s Gregor Paul has just published a controversial new book, Black Obsession, which examines why it is that the world's greatest rugby nation continues to fail in their quest for World Cup glory.

Lloyd Jones chairs and participates in a timely discussion about the state of the national game with two of the country’s most experienced commentators.

Presented as a part of the Auckland Writers and Readers Festival.

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