RUGBY WORLD Cup-winning All Blacks pivot Stephen Donald is frustrated with the drab rugby his side is playing and plans to return home when his overseas contract expires.
Donald, who kicked the match-winning penalty in the RWC final, is currently plying his trade for Bath in England.
While he is enjoying the lifestyle, he says he is struggling to adapt to the style of play over there.
The game is more conservative due to the weather and that is frustrating him.
Donald told Radio Sport that when his two-year contract expires he will return home to New Zealand.
He will only be 29 then, so will still have plenty to offer a Super Rugby franchise or provincial union.« Back to Archives
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