The Webb Ellis Cup a symbol of social wellbeing for those playing in the Rugby World Cup 2015, has a pineapple finial on the top, but what does it really mean?
Founded to improve the life, stature and status of an English gentlemen at play Rugby as it evolved became a universal symbol of hospitality and sportsmanship
Since the founding of the Rugby World Cup The Webb Ellis Cup has become for many cultures collectively a deeply embedded symbol of social wellbeing and the spirit of sportsmanship for those playing Rugby football. But what does the finial in the shape of a pineapple on the top mean?
O Sport, you are Peace! … from you, the young worldwide will learn self-respect, and thus the diversity of national qualities becomes the source of a generous and friendly rivalry