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2000 Cricket Women’s World Cup Analysis

New Zealand won the tournament and by reading through Keith's analysis a sign of their success was being caught at Mid On more than any other team.

1997 Rugby Union Analysis

Eastern Province v British LionsDownload 1997-Rugby-Union-Wales-v-New-ZealandDownload 1997-Rugby-Union-Wales-v-RomaniaDownload 1997-98-Rugby-Union-International-and-Representitive-SeasonDownload 19970830-Wales-v-RomaniaDownload 19971111-Wales-A-v-New-ZealandDownload 19971116-Wales-v-TongaDownload 19971129-Wales-v-New-ZealandDownload 1997-98-Rugby-Union-The-Domestic-Leagues-Top-Ten-PlayersDownload 1997-98-Rugby-Union-International-and-Representitive-Season-1Download 199707-Wales-v-United-StatesDownload 199712-Italy-v-IrelandDownload 19970827-Wales-A-v-RomaniaDownload

1993 Rugby Union Analysis

1993 was a big year for Keith and his analysis. He was working with the WRU at the time while working at the Institute for Performance Analysis at the University of Wales Institute Cardiff (UWIC).

1988 Rugby Union Analysis

New Zealand v Wales Second TestDownload Wales v RomaniaDownload

1987 Rugby Union Analysis

New Zealand v WalesDownload 1987-1988 New-Zealand v Wales - passing analysisDownload

RWC2011: Winning Performances

The 2011 Rugby World Cup (RWC 2011) concluded on 23 October. A total of 48 Games were played in the Tournament (40 Pool Games, 8...

RWC2011: Knockout Games

The 2011 Rugby World Cup (RWC 2011) Knockout Stage commenced on 8 October and concluded on 23 October. Eight teams progressed to the Knockout Stage...

RWC2011: Group Games

The 2011 Rugby World Cup (RWC 2011) Group Stage concluded on 2 October. A total of 40 Games were played in four pools. Eight teams...

RWC 2011: Winning Performance Group Games

The 2011 Rugby World Cup (RWC 2011) kicked off in New Zealand on 9 September at Eden Park, Auckland. Information about the tournament can be...

Developing Performance Contexts: Ecology Insights

A brief post to note a remarkable Science Show program on Radio National. When humans first set foot in New Zealand almost a thousand years...