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Rugby Union players come in two distinct forms, skilled athletes with strength, speed and an unmatched will to win - these players are procured by Union clubs from their superior bretheren - Rugby League clubs.

The other types tend to be pale doughy creatures more accustomed to sitting on the ground waiting for something to happen, but not wanting it to involve too much physical activity, generally walking to a lineout or scrum is considered a workout to them.
Examples of the superior form of Rugby player can be seen in Jason Robinson, Andy Farrell, Wendell Sailor (before those unionites shoved coke up his nose) and Lote Tuquiri.

The inferior form of Rugby Player can easily identified by a distinct lack of athletic ability for a professional sportsman.
by Union Is Dying February 7, 2007
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