Richie McCaw hungry for even more success

Richard Hue McCaw, who is known across the world as Richie McCaw, has been one of the greatest players of all time in Rugby. The New Zealand team called All Blacks has achieved a lot of success under his captaincy over the years. He made his debut for the All Blacks on 2001 at the age of twenty and has never looked back since. He has won a large number of New Zealand and Crusaders player of the year. His performances in the rugby World Cup has been outstanding and each time there has been any doubt over his fitness or ability Richie McCaw has proved every one wrong and come up with stellar performances. In 2008 there was much speculation about his role as the captain and the fact that he might lose it but the successive seasons were massive for him both in the national and club colors.
Richie McCaw has made the position of open side flanker his own and there has not yet been any other player who might give him a tough competition in the perfect game that he enjoys playing. He has been involved in a number of offside positions and it almost became a joke but he has been able to get away from the referees. McCaw has scored the most tries in Blendisloe Cup history and being a forward he has also been strangely involved in scoring five pointers against arch rivals Australia. He will be up for it this year as well and more so because of the redemption that his seeking from the Super Rugby final loss of his team Crusaders to the Waratahs. Last minute luck-infringement by McCaw allowed Bernard Foley to boot the Waratahs ahead of the Crusaders in what was one of the most agonizing final for the legend of the game.