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Watch: Jamie Cudmore Uses His Head But Not His Brain

WHANGAREI, NEW ZEALAND - SEPTEMBER 14: Jamie Cudmore of Canada celebrates with fans after the IRB 2011 Rugby World Cup Pool A match between Tonga and Canada at Northland Events Centre on September 14, 2011 in Whangarei, New Zealand. (Photo by Hannah Peters/Getty Images)

France’s Morgan Parra knows you should never give up until the bitter end. It’s a philosophy that has stood him in good stead in a career that has been mixed with wonderful highs and tragic lows.

Now check out this video showcasing the importance of determination:

Just when you think you’ve scored an important try for your team, Monsieur Parra makes you look like a prize turnip.

Of course, Parra’s teammate, Canadian Jamie Cudmore – known for his fastidious discipline – completely respects Parra’s attitude.

Cudmore likes to use the contents of his head to good effect and just like the French scrum-half, he doesn’t quite know when to quit:

Hmmm, perhaps not quite what Parra had in mind when he hoped his teammates would leap to his defence.

Merci beaucoup to philippe for the wonderful videos.

Paul Wassell, Pundit Arena


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