Williams will also remember New Zealand’s quarter final exit from Rugby World Cup 2007 at the hands of France, at the Millennium Stadium. The current New Zealand team will be playing to ensure history does not repeat itself and Williams is sure that won’t be the case.
Over 600 young rugby players took to Old Deer Park in Richmond to attempt to break the World Record for the World’s largest Tag Rugby game.
Commenting on grassroots rugby, Williams noted: “grassroots rugby is where it begins for every rugby player and to see so many youngsters playing the sport shows what a great job is being done to inspire the next generation of players”
Regarding New Zealand’s decisive clash against France, Williams commented: “Form in the pool stages becomes irrelevant now, this is knock out rugby. There has been a lot of hype about the chance of history repeating itself but that definitely won’t be the case.”
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