Gilbert Zenon Rugby Training Ball Reviews
Product Type: Gilbert Ball Sport
Newest Review: ... and Junior Rugby. * Conforms to IRB size and specifications. ~Review~ I have used the ball, size 5, for training at club ... more
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Customer Gilbert Zenon Rugby Training Ball Reviews (8)
by - written on 24/06/12 (Very useful, 72 readings)
Whenever you get a group of people together at a BBQ or a family gathering, and a rugby ball is obtained, you will always get people passing it back and forth in a sort of catch game between everyone. Hence, when we had a recent BBQ coming up at home, I bought this Gilbert Zenon Rugby Ball on the spur of a moment to provide some gaming fun, mainly on account that out last rugby ball was finally damaged by one of the dogs. At the time, they were only £4.99 in JJB Sports, reduced from £14.99. So for that price, and for what I wanted it for, it was a bargain. The Gilbert Zenon Rugby Training Ball comes in 3 sizes, designated Size 3, Size 4 and Size 5. Size 3 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/05/11 (Very useful, 80 readings)
I'm not a great fan of rugby, which probably has a lot to do with the fact that I went to a school where rugby was very serious business and unfortunately familiarity breeds contempt. Plus I was borderline rubbish and would rather have been playing with a round ball. My son however, is very keen on the sport. He is 14 and although he loves football, try as he might, he has never makes the school first team. With rugby though he shows a natural aptitude and with the combination of being a big lad and fast, has made the first team. Hurrah! Pause for a proud dad moment. So, I thought, that it might be nice if we could put in a bit of extracurricular ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/03/11 (Very useful, 127 readings)
If I'm perfectly honest, rugby is not one of my favourite sports. But every so often I do seem to end up getting involved in some form of rugby game. When I was at school we had a teacher who insisted we play rugby every now and again, none of us really liked it, it was just an excuse to jump on the teacher. There is one name that always standard out when it comes to rugby balls. The name of Gilbert. We used Gilbert balls at school and I still use a Gilbert ball when I play now. One of these such balls is this one, the Gilbert Zenon Training Ball. This ball is one that I have found myself playing with quite a bit. Despite the fact that it is called a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/11 (Very useful, 82 readings)
The Gilbert Zenon Rugby Training Ball appears to be the same as all of the many rugby balls out there but it is different. It is perfect for people who are brand new to rugby or people who just to improve their passing and kicking. The ball comes in either Black with red lines or Red which is shown in the picture. It comes in three sizes as well. Size 3 for children , size 4 for teenagers and size 5 which is used from age 14 and up. I brought the Red model in size 5. It looks excellent and fits well in my hands. There is not much difference between size 4 and 5 length wise but size 5 is fatter which I find makes easier kicking but harder catching if you have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/10/10, updated on 22/10/10 (Very useful, 101 readings)
At my old working class school, which I hope has been demolished by now, there wasn't a rugby ball in sight. Rugby (and I'm talking about Rugby Union) was a distant game played by middle class children and we made do with football, a bit of good old cricket, and the dreaded cross country run in the depths of winter where our main priority was not completing the run in record time but finding the best short cut through the orchards. My short cut was genius and probably deserved an award. I have never had any desire to go to a rugby match or play rugby in a team and can't say I understand the rules much (it does seem to be one of those sports where the whistle goes every .. Read the complete review
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