The Wonderful Wallabies! Australia's World Cup Victory Trailer (1991)
"Video package of Australia's 1991 Rugby World Cup victory"01 December 199183 mins
Australia arrived at the scene of Rugby's World Cup as favourites and emerged as undisputed champions one glorious month later, having thrilled the world with their own special brand of rugby football. Throughout the tour-nament The Wallabies proved themselves to be not only the greatest attacking force in rugby—scoring some spectacular tries on their way to the final—but also a side which could defend magnificently when required. Experienced stars like Nick Farr-Jones and David Campese blended with the outstanding talents of youngsters such as Tim Horan, John hales, and Willy Ofahengaue to produce one of the most complete rugby sides In history. A side which fully deserved to take home the coveted Webb Ellis Trophy. This video is a celeb-ration of The Wizards of Oz—the magnificent Wallabies who rekindled the flame of world rugby. With all the important action from all of Australia's games, it is the supreme collectors' item.
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