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new balance at jcpenney 2013 Rugby Almanack What timing. Just as the Savea brothers ripped up a storm and headed for an Eden Park duel with the Blues, they burst into print. Not quite, but both were named in the noble publication's twin lists of players of the year and promising players of the year. Try getting those names right. That was way too tough for one of the clever office experts, so for the record, the star quintet were Dan Carter, Israel Dagg, Richie McCaw, Kieran Read and Julian Savea. The promising mob were Dominic Bird, Jamison GibsonPark, Ardie Savea, Jordan Taufua and Jeffrey ToomagaAllen. You could make a case for a number of other All Blacks and the fascination of the promising picks is to see where they end up in five years. As an exercise, I went back five seasons to discover that three of the almanack's picks for promising men out of the 2008 year are playing Super 15. One, Colin Slade, has been an All Black too and is making his umpteenth comeback from serious injuries. Others on that promising list were Dean Budd, Jayden Hayward, James Paterson and Robbie Robinson. The almanack editors agree that rugby has laws which continue to frustrate and baffle players and fans, but they laud the outlawing of stationary mauls. They also look forward to an improvement in the All Blacks' uniform standards; their particular grievance is the increasing number of players running on to the field with their socks down. Perhaps more pertinently they fail to see why sides wear an "away" strip in the Super 15 that clashes with their hosts' uniform. The almanack pays tribute to weekly magazine Rugby News which was a valuable research resource but will continue only in digital form. A similar fate may befall the Almanack in what is a tough publishing arena. To be in to win a copy, answer this simple question: Which Taranakiraised centre was a contentious omission from the 2013 Rugby Almanack's players of the year section?