I went to Wigan v Bath at Twickenham in 1996, but it wasn't a fair contest.
Wigan had Henry Paul, Martin Offiah, Andy Farrell, Jason Robinson and Shaun Edwards, but Bath had scrums and rolling mauls.
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You can still see Wigan's three breathtaking tries on You Tube. I prefer real scrums and I like lineouts so it's union for me. Right, what excuse can I drag up for Sunday nights?
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The tackles were ferocious and at one stage there were some fisticuffs and we were down to fourteen a side. Almost rugby league and I wondered to myself: would rugby league lads handle this or are they tougher? I don't mind the shambolic scrums because their game is a passing and handling feast.
The bravery taking the ball into contact at full speed is admirable, and their ability to spot an overlap shows a vision that not many union players possess. For instance does it mean anything that more countries have adopted rugby union or is that a quirk of its slightly more public school background?
I have spent my whole life without having watched TV on a Tuesday or Thursday night because, your honour, they are rugby training nights. Soon, when people ask if I have watched a programme I will be able to say no every day because it's weight training on a Monday and Wednesday night from now on.
The only problem in the old days was missing Top of the Pops and a potential Led Zeppelin, AC DC or Status Quo performance. I never thought I would write this next line: I have missed Peter Wright.