DIARY: Brett was very happy with his blue balls at the NABS rugby event

It is with some reluctance that we print yet another photo of Euro RSCG’s Brett Gosper. The only possible defence is not that it’s in a good cause, but rather that it will wind up his partner, Mark Wnek.

It is with some reluctance that we print yet another photo of Euro

RSCG’s Brett Gosper. The only possible defence is not that it’s in a

good cause, but rather that it will wind up his partner, Mark Wnek.



However, Gosper was the talisman for this year’s NABS rugby sevens,

having played to stupendous heights himself in France and Australia

(Campaign Diary, 29 March), and the event was an outstanding success.



Some 40 teams turned out last Sunday at Richmond Athletic to take part

in more than 90 games. It was classic weather - for cricket - but

somehow or other, all the sad apologies for sporting manhood made it

through the day.



The winners were TSMS, who destroyed Abbott Mead Vickers in the plate

final 50-nil, and S4C, who trounced News International in a somewhat

one-sided trophy final 60-nil.



Some teams were clearly losing it by the end of the day and were

struggling to spot the Pepsi-coloured balls against the blue sky. Could

it be that they had taken part in the News International crowd’s (above)

‘boat race’ drinking game?



Gosper was in his element, particularly as the event raised pounds

45,000 for NABS. ‘The standard of rugby played was outstanding,’ he

gushed. ‘The spectators turned out in force, the blue balls looked

fantastic, a record amount of money was raised and the sun shone

throughout. What a day!’



It only remains for us to ask knowing readers to send in any

incriminating photos of one Greg Watson of News International, voted

‘most desirable player’.



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