There were a couple:
1) "April Sun in Cuba", a song back from the 1970's the Kiwi group Dragon
2) "Why Does Love Do This To Me", originally performed by Kiwi band The Exponents
Clearly, you need to be Kiwi to know these songs.
Why does love do this to me - The Exponents
Leinster v Munster at Croke Park - 82,208 is a new world record attendance for a club rugby game
Broncos get the most crowd on average each week so Broncos. Dragons in my state of mind, dragons have the most membership on fans, most merchindise sold are dragons jerserys
The original Ellis Park played host to the largest ever crowd at a rugby game in South Africa in 1955, when 100 000 spectators saw the Springboks go down 23-22 to the British Lions. This held the record for largest rugby union crowd for roughly 40 years until the 1990's
Australia vs. New Zealand- 105,000 at Stadium Australia, Bledisloe Cup Actually, that crowd figure was 109,874, and is also widely regarded as the greatest ever rugby game. This was in 2001, and the crowd at the same match-up in 1999 was over 107,000.
Historically the singing of a countrys national anthem occured first in Wales. This was when Wales played the New Zealand All Blacks who, as a tradition undertook the haka. In response the crowd started to sing their national anthem with the team remaining in formation until it ended. This "tradition" followed on since and was adopted by all rugby nations as a matter of course.
State of Origin draws the biggest crowds
Odsal Stadium, Bradford during the 1954 Challenge Cup Final Replay between Warrington and Halifax. A record crowd of 102,575 . Actually, the crowd at the NRL grand final between the Newcastle Knights and Melbourne Storm at Stadium Australia, in Sydney, attracted a crowd of over 108,000. Besides, there have been other Rugby League crowds of well over 104,000 at this same stadium. Sorry mate the game was actually between St George Illawarra and Melbourne, Melbourne and Newcastle have never played against each other in a grand final. (correct as at sept 2009)
His weapon was a crowd full of proud blacks fighting for their rights
A rugby player is seen as the muscular, lean, fit athlete. This year (2011) the all blacks had new uniforms. They had very tight fitting tops and shorts. This exposed the all blacks muscular bodies to the public eye. Therfore sending the message that the body is being portrayed as a "sex object". The all blacks gained attention form the media and the public not only for the skills and capabilities but also for their tight fitting tops. For example when Sonny Bill Williams top ripped and he had to get a replacement top the crowd cheered louder than what they did for a try. Thus giving the idea that most people are watching the sport to see abdominals rather then try's.
if it was in wales most of the people in the crowd would be welsh so they would go for their team and boo their opponents