Rugby players dominate search for Australia’s most ordinary rig

Rugby players are athletes, some of the finest of their kind. So it was a great shock when we discovered earlier this week that rugby players are dominating Budgy Smugglers search for Australia’s most ordinary rig. In fact, eight of the 10 finalists come from the 15-man game and will battle for the coveted title at a gala event in Sydney next month. Ahead of the awards ceremony, we caught up with Canberra Royals star Tom Hunt to talk rugby, Budgies and his newfound fame. Can you tell us a bit about your rugby career?  Think I kicked off around year five at school and I’m still playing now when my body lets me. I played at school then headed down to Royals and have played colts for the last two years. I’m playing lock at the moment but it was my last season in colts so I’d say I’d slot into thirsty fourths next year and have a real dig. I was a hooker for bit back in my chubbier days, and then played a bit of flanker but I like it in the row. Once this ordinary rig comp
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