Headhunted to coach the Bears, Toby 'Coach' Maguire accepts. Little could he imagine what lay ahead. Seeking refuge from a broken marriage, deprived of seeing his son, Toby Maguire seeks solace from new made friends: Peter Allen, his CEO became his bosom buddy, Sol Pretorius became his first ever watchful protector, Steffi Greaves - the loyal woman who nursed him through the dark times and the realisation that the rugby team he loved was merely a front, a cover. Toby Maguire made some loyal friends; however he fell foul of an asset stripping chairman, a Jewish entrepreneur Saul Grant; a corrupt chief of police - Sir Douglas Barratt; a bent bookie and an evil hitman Leoroy Lawson. Over the ensuing months Toby Maguire became embroiled in the evilness that infected the town of Donfield and it's rugby team the Bears. He came only to coach, instead he diced with death, twice over. He could have walked away but that would have been the coward's way. Despite attempts on his life and the stench of dead or dying all around Toby Maguire was coward. He would go when he was ready, and on his terms. To Toby 'Coach' Maguire, everything had a reason.