Thursday, June 9, 2011

Agustín Pichot - best scrumhalf in the history of the Rugby World Cup?

Former Pumas captain, Agustín Pichot, who led Argentina to third place at France 2007 is one of five nominations for the best scrumhalf in the history of the Rugby World Cup. Pichot is up against All Black 1987 World Cup winning scrumhalf, David Kirk, who captained the All Blacks to their only championship title. Australia´s Nick Farr-Jones who led the Wallabies to glory is 1991 is also nominated as is the captain from 2003 who was a part of the 1999 winning side, George Gregan. South Africa´s 1995 Rugby World Cup winning scrumhalf, Joost van der Westhuizen who also played at the 1999 and 2003 tournaments has also been nominated..

So, who is the best? - Have your say - you can vote on Twitter or Facebook by accessing the Total Rugby Page on either social network.

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