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Super RugbyHave you ever wondered where the TV and Radio Commentators get all their statistics on Teams, Coaching Staff, Players, participating Countries and detailed Tournament History?

Well, wonder no more, because here is exactly what they work from, for your own personal pleasure!

I took the trouble and the liberty to take the 402 page printed Media Guide Book – converted it into a fully indexed PDF Document (which opens with any version of Adobe Reader – which is normally installed on almost all computers – and the latest version of Adobe Reader XI [Free version or Professional version] is available for download and installation from

If you do not have Adobe Reader, you certainly still live in the stone age and definately do not belong in front of a computer… with your knuckles certainly scraping the ground when you walk! Tell you what, I’ll even teach you to make fire and help you re-invent the wheel… how’s that?


The same Document is also up under the Main Menu, under Super Rugby, 2013, 2013 Super Rugby Official Media Guide, anytime you want it.

Some Browsers and Readers even allow you to DOWNLOAD the Document, to be able to store on your own computer, for easier reference in the future.

Here it is…..

… and the stats buffs are all screaming with pleasure…

By the way, where else but right here on Rugby-Talk would you find detailed information like this?



2013 Super Rugby Media Guide


Tip: Open up the INDEX DOCUMENT OUTLINE Bookmarks on the Browser window which opens the above Guide and enable the DOCUMENT OUTLINE MENU – Top Left Hand corner to open THUMBNAILS and the ICON next to it for the INDEX DOCUMENT OUTLINE or available on the Right Click next to a page.

If the Index Document Outline Menu pages do not correspond exactly (differs from Internet Browser to Internet Browser and from Reader to Reader), then just go 1 Page up or Down.


Now tell me this is not the absolute best service at your disposal…

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