The time when Brian O’Driscoll shocked the Rugby World
Brian O’Driscoll is widely heralded by many as the greatest rugby player of All-time at centre. The time Brian O’Driscoll shocked the world with this piece of skill is just one example of how brilliant he was.
Back in the mid-noughties, BOD was at the height of his power. He was widely considered to be the best player in the Northern Hemisphere at least and he was winning games left right and centre for his national team Ireland.
Back in 2007 BOD truly proved that he was no normal rugby player when he did something in a rugby match that nobody had seen before at a professional level.
He passed the ball to himself.
Recently when speaking to World Rugby, he explained the reasoning behind this incredible pass.
In Other News – Principality Stadium to be turned into War Station to combat virus
Wales’ Principality Stadium is to be converted into a temporary hospital providing around 2,000 additional beds to support the NHS.
The Welsh Rugby Union, which owns and operates the venue, has been working with the Cardiff and Vale government officials and the University Health Board as part of contingency planning for the ongoing coronavirus crisis.
The facility is now being assessed by specialists and contractors to complete the transformation, mirroring efforts elsewhere in the United Kingdom, including the three announced ‘Nightingale Hospitals’ in London, Birmingham and Manchester.
“We have made the entire Principality Stadium available to be used based on NHS requirements, including hospitality areas and a variety of further rooms and facilities,” said the WRU’s chief executive, Martyn Phillips. Brian O’driscoll shocked
“It is a privilege to be able to offer our services, facilities and a significant number of operational staff, at their individual choice, to help at this time of national emergency. We have made advanced plans to transform relevant spaces into fully functional hospital environments, working closely with Levy UK, who are responsible for overseeing similar transitions elsewhere.”