John Eales captained the Wallabies to Rugby World Cup victory in 1999. In Part 2 of our interview on Rugby World Cup history he describes being "quietly confident" the Wallabies could win the tournament and his most treasured memories from his successful rugby career.
Rugby’s toughest international tournament returns to England and Wales from 18 September to 31 October 2015, with the world's top 20 teams going head to head for the Webb Ellis Cup. Travel Associates has some of the last remaining tickets for various Rugby World Cup 2015 pool and finals games.
Contact us to reserve your place at one of the world’s premier sporting events and a travel experience of a lifetime.
Travel Associates is an authorised sub agent for Rugby World Cup 2015.
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