Tony Woodcock may refer to:
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Rugby is a collective name for the family of team sports of rugby union and rugby league, as well as the earlier forms of football from which both games, as well as Australian rules football and Gridiron football evolved. Canadian football and to a lesser extent American football were also broadly considered forms of rugby football but are seldom now referred to as such.
Rugby league, often called simply as rugby or league, is a full-contact sport played by two teams of thirteen players on a rectangular field measuring 68 metres wide and 112–122 metres long. One of the two codes of rugby football, it originated in Northern England in 1895 as a split from the Rugby Football Union over the issue of payments to the players. Its rules progressively changed with the aim of producing a faster, more entertaining game for spectators.
Tony Brown may refer to:
Anthony Stewart Woodcock is an English retired international footballer who played professionally in both England and Germany as a striker for Nottingham Forest, FC Köln and Arsenal. Woodcock won the European Cup in 1979 with Nottingham Forest.
Anthony Charles Golab, was a Canadian football halfback and flying wing who played in the Ontario Rugby Football Union and Interprovincial Rugby Football Union for 11 years with the Sarnia Imperials, Ottawa Rough Riders, and Ottawa Uplands. He was born in Windsor, Ontario.
Tony Miller may refer to:
Iosefo Motu Tony is a former New Zealand international rugby league footballer who played as a fullback in the 2000s and 2010s. He previously played in the NRL for the New Zealand Warriors and the Brisbane Broncos before playing in the Super League for the Castleford Tigers, Hull F.C. and the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, and in the RFL Championship for Whitehaven.
Doncaster Rugby League Football Club is a professional rugby league football club, from Doncaster, South Yorkshire. They play in the third tier League 1.
The following lists events that happened during 1991 in New Zealand.
Tony Dale Woodcock is a New Zealand former rugby union player. His position was loosehead prop, and he played 111 tests for the New Zealand national team, the All Blacks. Woodcock played for the All Blacks from 2002 to 2015, scoring eight test tries. He was described by The Dominion Post as "widely regarded as the world's premier loosehead", and by The New Zealand Herald as having the "best range of skills of any prop on the planet". He is now the most capped All Black prop of all time, and is the second most capped player in Blues history, behind Keven Mealamu. He was a key member of the 2011 and 2015 Rugby World Cup winning squads, becoming one of only 20 players to have won multiple Rugby World Cups.
Kaipara College is a secondary school in Helensville, New Zealand. The current principal is, as of Term 3 2020, Steve McCracken.
Tony or Anthony Ward may refer to:
Mike Brown is an English professional rugby union player who plays fullback or wing for Harlequins and the England rugby team. Brown joined the Harlequins senior team in 2005, having had previous youth career spells at Salisbury and Melksham, and began playing for the England first team two years later.
Wyatt William Vogels Crockett is a former New Zealand rugby union player. He played at prop for the Crusaders in Super Rugby, Canterbury and Tasman in the National Provincial Championship, and the New Zealand national team, the All Blacks. Crockett has played in 202 Super Rugby fixtures and is the most-capped Super Rugby player of all time.
The 2004 England rugby union tour of Australia and New Zealand was a series of matches played in June 2004 in Australia and New Zealand by the England national rugby union team. It was the first tour of England, after the victory in the 2003 Rugby World Cup. The English team lost all three Tests decisively, a shock result after the World Cup victory the year before.
Charles Faumuina is a rugby union player who plays prop, for Toulouse in Top 14 in France and formerly for New Zealand internationally. He was a key member of the 2015 Rugby World Cup winning team.
Tony Collins is a British social historian specialising in the history of sport.
Woodcock is a relatively uncommon English surname that seems to have originated from varied roots in the Early Middle Ages.
The 2004 New Zealand rugby union tour of Europe was a series of matches played in November–December 2004 in Italy, France and Great Britain by New Zealand national rugby union team