Facebook rugby helps us interact and helps friends find our site. We hope you
believe our site is a valuable rugby resource. Help us help friends.
Like our Facebook rugby page
Visit our Facebook page
Help us make friends. We want to spread the word about exciting rugby.
You find us useful don`t you, so help others like you find us.
Part of being found is having a reputation. You can help us maintain and
enrich ours - visit our Facebook page and "Like" it.
Visit often and make it a vibrant place, useful in it`s own right as a place
to obtain and give information, find rugby friends and groups.
What you`ll find on our Facebook pages
Our pages will be what we make them together. We hope you`ll enjoy the
video clips and pictures and take part in some of the discussions.
We`ve put some material there and we would love to see some from you.
You can upload your own pictures and videos. Let us know who you are
and what your story is.
We have visitors from countries/territories around the world.
In a typical month we have visitors from over 180 countries,
In the last year we have have had visitors from 224 countries!
Who knows what the addition of the Facebook pages will bring?
Many Facebook rugby pages are related to a single club or single interest but
ours is a world wide group of people united in wanting to know more and share
our love of the game.
So many people are now on Facebook. Simply visiting our pages and commenting
may become a catalyst for growth of rugby in your area and around the world.
All Blacks Facebook challenge
The All blacks have an official "page" on facebook.
They have been there for a while and of course are very popular.
We want to do well too, so we`re aiming high!
We want as many people like our pages as like theirs, more in fact!
It shouldn`t be that hard should it? They have All Black followers, we
have the rest of the world. You can of course like both. We have a common
aim of seeing and/or playing good rugby.
The day we started we had 1 like (Helen Dawson), the All Blacks had 684,366.
A couple of days later we had 6, they had 685,366 so we`re going backwards.
It`s early days. Everyone has to start somewhere.
We`ll keep a tally here, see how we do.
Six months have passed. We need to concentrate on the positives -
time for a new table!
Wow! End of month 9 and another good month for our Facebook rugby page. Up more
than 29 percent, all natural! Thank you everyone for your likes!
End of month 10 and growth only just ahead of All Blacks. Maybe ABs winning the
Rugby World Cup had something to do with it!
Sorry I got bored with this project!
I changed things and fewer people are visiting this page, so fewer people
are aware of the facebook page. This has made updating this page more like
hard work than fun.
I`m treating it more like a game of rugby now.
Forget the scoreboard, just get on with the game!
I hope you will like us anyway
As of April 2014 we have over 4000 likes
Visit RugbyHow on Facebook
We used to be called Rugby Sidestep Central and by June 2015 we had over 12000 likes.
We also had over 700 comments, almost totally positive.
Then I changed the name to RugbyHow, so we are starting again from ZERO!
See videos, upload a video of your sidestep one-on-none efforts!
Just follow this link
RugbyHow on Facebook
Remember to like it so your friends get to know about us.