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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Midweek Madness - Piggies vs Princesses - Dave Dennis vs Brett Sheehan

Last time on Piggies vs Princesses we saw the tallest man in Australian rugby, Chris Thomson, up against scrumhalf Josh Holmes as they battled it out to see who is the better man.

This time around the battle between backs and forwards continues as flanker Dave Dennis from the Waratahs goes up against pint sized scrumhalf Brett Sheehan from the Western Force.

Waratah's hooker Dave Freier is the make-shift presenter as the guys battle it out with a battle of the minds, then the battle of the pong, as they have an epic game of table tennis.

Life's tough in Australia, as all this takes place alongside a beautiful beach with perfect weather.

It's all in good spirits, but the guys are as competitive as ever and do take the match pretty seriously, as they want to do their fellow backs and forwards justice when it comes to taking on the enemy.

It's another piece of light hearted entertainment from the guys at The Rugby Club Australia. Enjoy, and we'll try get more of these for you in future if you find them amusing or interesting.

Time: 05:26



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