Comeback route … Rathbone cut an considerable figure behind in 2009.
Former Wallabies winger Clyde Rathbone is looking to make a fairytale lapse to rugby after overcoming basin and a swag of injuries.
The 31-year-old is training with a Brumbies in a bid to win a agreement for a 2013 Super Rugby deteriorate and has been described as a “fittest he’s ever been”.
Rathbone late from rugby betimes in 2009 after being sidelined regularly with groin, knee, facial...Read Full Story
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Former SA u/20 RWC winning Captain Clyde Rathbone has written a straight talking candid letter about his life and suffering from depression.
He wants to get his story out there and I feel it is a worthwhile story.
“Sometimes we have to take risks, be terrified and do it anyway”. Julian Smith wrote this, so I...Read Full Story
In this episode I talk to Clyde “Rattlebones” Rathbone, the former rugby union player who played for the ACT Brumbies and the Australian Wallabys. A little known fact is that Clyde is very keen hunter and shooter. He grew up hunting and shooting in South Africa before making the move to Australia to play Union. This is a great interview that discusses many topics that will be of interest to hunters and target shooters alike.Read Full Story
Former Wallabies winger Clyde Rathbone has set his fairytale lapse to rugby in suit by signing a one-year understanding with a ACT Brumbies.
Rathbone, 31, late 3 years ago, though has spent a past few weeks training with his aged Super Rugby bar in a bid to...Read Full Story
Jake White has lured another Australian international back to Canberra, after getting his paws on David Pocock in the off season and now getting Clyde Rathbone back on the field of play, White now has the legendary George Smith in his ranks as well.Read Full Story
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