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The pair have been selected to play for the New Zealand Barbarians. Rookie in Barbarians By BEN STRANG Two local rugby players will be lining up for a New Zealand Barbarians team in next month's Tag Rugby World Cup in Auckland. Sonny McBride and Sean Duseigneur have made the 30-plus Barbarians side, while playing for Porirua team Valiants in a Wellington regional league. The pair, who played for Para- paraumu's senior A team this year, have represented Horowhenua-Kapiti in the Heart- land Championship; McBride a member of this year's team. McBride, a first five-eighth, and Duseigneur, a winger, have taken their knowledge of each other's games and used it on the tag rugby field. Tag rugby is an eight-a-side game blending elements of rugby league, Rippa rugby and touch. Players rip a tag from the belt of the opposing player for a tackle. After six tackles, possession changes to the other team, and the ball can be kicked anytime but not over waist height. McBride has been playing since high school, and got Duseigneur involved this year. We train twice a week, on Saturday and Sunday, in Porirua and play on Wednesday nights. It's a pretty good game. It's simi- lar to rugby league, and they use it in pre season and stuff, but it's great for keeping you fit.'' McBride had represented New Zealand in the sport previously, but did not attend the nationals this year and was asked to trial for the Barbarians. Duseigneur also trialled, and both were selec- ted for the world cup in December. It's only my first year, and to be playing in a world cup is pretty amazing,'' Duseigneur said. His build-up to the cup will be interrupted by a wedding in his native Samoa, where he flew on Saturday to be a groomsman. It will be pretty hectic. I just have to make sure I don't drink too much, or lie on a beach too much,'' he said. The tournament is at North Harbour Stadium on December 6 to 8. Lucy gets to grips with world's best Don't mess: Lucy Rutten demonstrates a head and arm lock on reporter Talia Carlisle. By BEN STRANG She says she doesn't have muscles but Lucy Rutten is heading to the Youth Olympics in January in an attempt to wrestle a medal for New Zealand. The 15-year-old Tawa wrestler has been on the mat for about six years, following in the footsteps of her father. Lucy won the national cham- pionship for her 56kg cadet div- ision in September, earning her a spot in the Youth Olympics. It took quite a while to get the hang of wrestling,'' she said. Because you are in weight categories, you're all the same weight, so it's all about technique and speed.'' After learning the basics from her father, Lucy is now coached at the Tawa Wrestling Gym, where she trains two nights a week. The Paraparaumu College student also trains six nights a week for her other sport, rowing, with only Fridays off from sport. Lucy will head to the Youth Olympics in Sydney in January. I hope to do well. I've never wrestled against international teams before. A lot of people are like, you wrestle? But you're a girl'. And I'm like, yeah, I do'.'' The games will be held from January 16 to 20. Lucy will compete at the State Sport Centre in the Sydney Olym- pic Park, which was used for the 2000 Olympic Games. Australia, Brazil, China, Hungary, Great Britain, New Zea- land and a combined Oceania team will compete in wrestling.
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