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''I want to stay as close to the edge as I can without going over. Out on the edge you see all kinds of things you can't see from the center.''
In the wake of Sir Nicholas Shehadie passing away last Sunday night, many in the rugby community have been trading their favourite stories about the great Wallaby and administrator. My favourite so far came from Tony Baine.
"On the 1957 'Home Counties' tour," he recounts, "legend has it that Nick was very lucky to escape being sent off in Ireland at Lansdowne Road after having dished out a hiding to Noel Murphy. He was roundly booed and a lot of Irish Rugby fans thought Nick was a thug and deserving of an early shower."
Often when he met Irish rugby fans in Sydney he would tell the story against himself and state that the two most hated people in Ireland were Cromwell and Shehadie."Nick regaled Pat Scullion, then the Irish Consul in Sydney when they first met with the story and Pat, as quick as a Brian O'Driscoll line break replied: 'Who is Cromwell?'"