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Rugby League Yearbook 2019 - 2020 - A Comprehensive Account of the 2019 Season (Paperback): Tim Butcher, Daniel Spencer Rugby League Yearbook 2019 - 2020 - A Comprehensive Account of the 2019 Season (Paperback)
Tim Butcher, Daniel Spencer 1
R793 R663 Discovery Miles 6 630 Save R130 (16%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
The Big O - The Life and Times of Olsen Filipaina (Paperback): Patrick Skene The Big O - The Life and Times of Olsen Filipaina (Paperback)
Patrick Skene
R499 R407 Discovery Miles 4 070 Save R92 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Big O by Patrick Skene is the story of Olsen Filipaina, a New Zealand Hall of Fame rugby league legend who was a pathfinder for the Maori and Pasifika players who today dominate the Australian National Rugby League. In a career that saw him play 29 Tests for New Zealand and more than 100 first grade NSWRL games, Filipaina was an object of fascination for the rugby league community. To fans he was "the Galloping Garbo", a working-class hero who thrilled crowds in between shifts as a garbageman. To opponents, who feared his Polynesian power game, he was The Big O. To coaches and critics, he was simply "Olsen the enigma". Featured in the book are some of the pivotal figures of 1980s Australia and New Zealand sport including Sir Graham Lowe, Arthur Beetson, Roy Masters, Sir Peter Leitch, David Tua, Sir Bryan Williams, Wayne Pearce, Sir Michael Jones, John Ribot, Mark Graham, David Lange and NRL Immortal Wally Lewis who for the first time opens up about being outplayed by Filipaina in the 1985 Test series. The Big O tracks Olsen's story from his rise out of working-class South Auckland, to overcoming depression, racism and cultural dislocation in Sydney, to the Cinderella story of his success for the New Zealand Kiwis. Forty years after Filipaina burst into Australian rugby league, Skene relates the tale of a humble and principled man, a dynamic and magical pioneer of the 'Pacific Revolution'. The Big O' is a timely story of resilience, redemption, bravery and love. To understand Olsen's story is to understand the cultural changes that have reshaped the game of rugby league.

The Home of Footballers - A History of Runcorn Northern Union Club (Paperback): Michael Latham The Home of Footballers - A History of Runcorn Northern Union Club (Paperback)
Michael Latham
R570 Discovery Miles 5 700 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Runcorn was a hotbed of rugby in the late Victorian era, the town's club a proud founder member in 1895 of the Northern Union - the breakaway game that became known as Rugby League. Yet that great rugby tradition was ended by the First World War, with devastating effects for many Runcornians, including members of the rugby club, who served and lost their lives. Runcorn nurtured ten international rugby players in total, all but one born within a few hundred yards of the Irwell Lane ground. Respected sports writer and historian Michael Latham recreates those far-off days when the oval ball dominated and the town's heroes included Harry Speakman, a member of the first rugby tourists to Australia, Sam Houghton, Jimmy Butterworth, Jimmy Jolley and Dick Padbury, among just a few in a gallery of colourful characters, the rugby league superstars of their day. With a detailed biographical and records section to complement the deeply researched narrative, this is one of the most comprehensive histories ever written about the Northern Union and contains around three hundred photographs. Harry Price was once a promising Runcorn player, snapped up by Wigan in 1906, where he became a highly regarded and popular player and captain. The report announcing his signing in the Wigan newspaper had a simple, approving testimonial: "Price was born in Runcorn, the home of footballers." Hence the book's title.

Forty20 Annual 2019 (Paperback): Forty20 Magazine Forty20 Annual 2019 (Paperback)
Forty20 Magazine
R154 Discovery Miles 1 540 Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Behind The Lions - Playing Rugby for the British & Irish Lions (Paperback): Stephen Jones, Tom English, Nick Cain Behind The Lions - Playing Rugby for the British & Irish Lions (Paperback)
Stephen Jones, Tom English, Nick Cain; Edited by David Barnes; As told to Peter Burns, … 1
R472 R370 Discovery Miles 3 700 Save R102 (22%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

For 125 years the British & Irish Lions have stood out as a unique emblem in world sport. They represent the best of the best from the four Home Nations, coming together every four years under a united badge to take on the rugby greats of the Southern Hemisphere. Lions tours embody a revered legacy that is steeped in tradition yet maintains a vibrant standing in the modern era. The Lions badge is a symbol of the ethics, values and the romance at the heart of Test match rugby. Every four years the rugby world's focus is drawn to a great red pilgrimage as the Lions embark on a brutal and exhilarating tour that challenges the very limits of their rugby ability and the strengths of their characters. They travel to the far reaches of the earth to confront the great powers in the world game - and the weight of history itself. Behind the Lions sees four esteemed rugby writers from each of the Home Nations delve to the heart of what it means to be a Lion, interviewing a vast array of former tourists to uncover the passion, pride and exhilaration experienced when wearing the famous red jersey. It is a tale of heart-break and ecstasy, humour and poignancy that is at once inspirational, moving and utterly compelling. This is the story of the British & Irish Lions - in their own words.

The Struggle and the Daring - The remaking of French rugby league (Paperback): Mike Rylance The Struggle and the Daring - The remaking of French rugby league (Paperback)
Mike Rylance
R446 Discovery Miles 4 460 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Catalan Dragons' stunning 2018 Wembley Challenge Cup victory came against a backdrop of well over half a century of both triumph and turbulence in French rugby league. Re-emerging from the iniquitous ban under the Vichy government, le rugby a treize was rebuilt from scratch after World War II - so successfully that the Tricolores were recognized as unofficial world champions after their dazzling, ground-breaking tour of Australia, and were at the forefront of international innovation, including the World Cup. Together with the acclaimed 'The Forbidden Game', which explored the story of the Vichy ban, 'The Struggle and the Daring' makes up the first-ever complete history of French rugby league. Based on extensive research and interviews, the book highlights the many great players France has produced and analyses key events as the game emerged from the chaos of post-Liberation France, continued to grapple with the threat posed by rugby union and, after a long decline, returned to the mainstream of professional rugby league.

Rugby League Memories, Volume Two - Including Rugby League in the Thirties (Paperback): Harry Edgar Rugby League Memories, Volume Two - Including Rugby League in the Thirties (Paperback)
Harry Edgar
R372 R336 Discovery Miles 3 360 Save R36 (10%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Ordinary Joe (Hardcover): Joe Schmidt Ordinary Joe (Hardcover)
Joe Schmidt 1
R580 R456 Discovery Miles 4 560 Save R124 (21%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

'He's a great coach. He lives and breathes the game. There's nothing he doesn't know' Brian O'Driscoll 'The best coach Irish rugby - arguably Irish sport - has ever had' Malachy Clerkin, Irish Times In the autumn of 2010, a little-known New Zealander called Joe Schmidt took over as head coach at Leinster. He had never been in charge of a professional team. After Leinster lost three of their first four games, a prominent Irish rugby pundit speculated that Schmidt had 'lost the dressing room'. Nine years on, Joe Schmidt has stepped down as Ireland coach having achieved success on a scale never before seen in Irish rugby. Two Heineken Cups in three seasons with Leinster. Three Six Nations championships in six seasons with Ireland, including the Grand Slam in 2018. And a host of firsts: the first Irish victory in South Africa; the first Irish defeat of the All Blacks, and then a second; and Ireland's first number 1 world ranking. Along the way, Schmidt became a byword for precision and focus in coaching, remarkable attention to detail and the highest of standards. But who is Joe Schmidt? In Ordinary Joe, Schmidt tells the story of his life and influences: the experiences and management ideas that made him the coach, and the man, that he is today. And his diaries of the 2018 Grand Slam and the 2019 Rugby World Cup provide a brilliantly intimate insight into the stresses and joys of coaching a national team in victory and defeat. From the small towns in New Zealand's North Island where he played barefoot rugby and jostled around the dinner table with seven siblings, to the training grounds and video rooms where he consistently kept his teams a step ahead of the opposition, Ordinary Joe reveals an ordinary man who has helped his teams to achieve extraordinary things. 'Rugby obsessives and amateur coaches will revel in the insight that Schmidt offers into his training methods, tactics and preparation ... Full of insight, emotion and considered analysis' Irish Daily Mail 'An insight into the fascinating personality of the man who has been the single most influential figure in Irish rugby over the last decade' Irish Times 'He is clearly more than an ordinary coach, the winning of two Heinekens, beating New Zealand twice, the 2018 Grand Slam and reaching no.1 in the World Rankings are positive brushstrokes, marking Irish rugby for ever ... A rocky read about exceptional deeds, told in extraordinary fashion' Irish Daily Star 'Undoubtedly the greatest coach in Irish rugby history' Daily Telegraph

Rampant Rugby League - A Guide to the Greatest Game (Paperback): David Walker Rampant Rugby League - A Guide to the Greatest Game (Paperback)
David Walker
R172 R134 Discovery Miles 1 340 Save R38 (22%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Billy Slater Autobiography (Paperback, Updated ed.): Billy Slater Billy Slater Autobiography (Paperback, Updated ed.)
Billy Slater
R410 R302 Discovery Miles 3 020 Save R108 (26%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Ordinary Joe (Paperback): Joe Schmidt Ordinary Joe (Paperback)
Joe Schmidt 1
R257 R210 Discovery Miles 2 100 Save R47 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

'He's a great coach. He lives and breathes the game. There's nothing he doesn't know' Brian O'Driscoll 'The best coach Irish rugby - arguably Irish sport - has ever had' Malachy Clerkin, Irish Times In the autumn of 2010, a little-known New Zealander called Joe Schmidt took over as head coach at Leinster. He had never been in charge of a professional team. After Leinster lost three of their first four games, a prominent Irish rugby pundit speculated that Schmidt had 'lost the dressing room'. Nine years on, Joe Schmidt has stepped down as Ireland coach having achieved success on a scale never before seen in Irish rugby. Two Heineken Cups in three seasons with Leinster. Three Six Nations championships in six seasons with Ireland, including the Grand Slam in 2018. And a host of firsts: the first Irish victory in South Africa; the first Irish defeat of the All Blacks, and then a second; and Ireland's first number 1 world ranking. Along the way, Schmidt became a byword for precision and focus in coaching, remarkable attention to detail and the highest of standards. But who is Joe Schmidt? In Ordinary Joe, Schmidt tells the story of his life and influences: the experiences and management ideas that made him the coach, and the man, that he is today. And his diaries of the 2018 Grand Slam and the 2019 Rugby World Cup provide a brilliantly intimate insight into the stresses and joys of coaching a national team in victory and defeat. From the small towns in New Zealand's North Island where he played barefoot rugby and jostled around the dinner table with seven siblings, to the training grounds and video rooms where he consistently kept his teams a step ahead of the opposition, Ordinary Joe reveals an ordinary man who has helped his teams to achieve extraordinary things. 'Rugby obsessives and amateur coaches will revel in the insight that Schmidt offers into his training methods, tactics and preparation ... Full of insight, emotion and considered analysis' Irish Daily Mail 'An insight into the fascinating personality of the man who has been the single most influential figure in Irish rugby over the last decade' Irish Times 'He is clearly more than an ordinary coach, the winning of two Heinekens, beating New Zealand twice, the 2018 Grand Slam and reaching no.1 in the World Rankings are positive brushstrokes, marking Irish rugby for ever ... A rocky read about exceptional deeds, told in extraordinary fashion' Irish Daily Star 'Undoubtedly the greatest coach in Irish rugby history' Daily Telegraph

A History of State of Origin (Paperback): Will Evans A History of State of Origin (Paperback)
Will Evans
R910 R633 Discovery Miles 6 330 Save R277 (30%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
The Invincibles - The Inside Story of the 1982 Kangaroos, the Team That Changed Rugby Forever (Paperback): Mark Flanagan The Invincibles - The Inside Story of the 1982 Kangaroos, the Team That Changed Rugby Forever (Paperback)
Mark Flanagan
R571 R444 Discovery Miles 4 440 Save R127 (22%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In the autumn of 1982 a youthful Australian rugby league squad embarked on a 22-leg tour of the UK and France, with the highlight of three Test matches against Great Britain. Four years earlier the Kangaroos had won a close-fought series 2-1, and another titanic struggle was expected. But this new generation of Aussies proved extraordinarily brilliant. The likes of Mal Meninga, Brett Kenny, Eric Grothe, Wayne Pearce, Peter Sterling and Wally Lewis played an exhilarating brand of high-risk, free-flowing rugby which dazzled British fans. The tourists made history by winning every game, marking the start of a golden era for Test rugby league - and many of the Australian stars went on to enjoy successful stints playing club rugby in England, famously Meninga (St Helens), Sterling (Hull) and Kenny (Wigan). As a rugby league side the Aussies had everything, and became known as the Invincibles. This is their story, told by those who faced the challenge of tackling one of world sport's greatest ever teams.

How to Win (Paperback): Clive Woodward How to Win (Paperback)
Clive Woodward 1
R355 R284 Discovery Miles 2 840 Save R71 (20%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

In his entertaining and informative new book, Sir Clive Woodward analyses the events of the 2019 Rugby World Cup, offering his unique perspective on the performance of players and coaches, from Owen Farrell and Kieran Read, to Eddie Jones and Steve Hansen. HOW TO WIN:Rugby and Leadership from Twickenham to Tokyo is much more than the story of a tournament, however. It is the distillation of a philosophy of leadership developed during a lifetime in high-performance environments, from the rugby field to the boardroom. Tapping into his experience of winning the 2003 World Cup, being a part of the leadership team that delivered Olympic Success in 2012 and lessons drawn from Japan 2019, the author delivers a go-to manual in how to improve both individual and team performance in order to reach the pinnacle in sport and in business. Every individual position in rugby requires a unique set of skills, knowledge and expertise that collectively form a balanced team; the same is true in any successful business or organisation. From 1 to 15, the former England and British and Irish Lions coach identifies the key attributes and uses these defining traits to explain his collaborative 'Teamship' leadership style. With a fascinating blend of analysis, insight and anecdote, and the highs and lows of a memorable Rugby World Cup as the setting, Clive reveals how to lead the culture of a winning team - in any context.

Last One Out - When Hull Invaded Wembley (Paperback): Vince Groak Last One Out - When Hull Invaded Wembley (Paperback)
Vince Groak
R382 Discovery Miles 3 820 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Hull in 1980. The fishing industry is in terminal decline, the Humber Bridge still unfinished. A depraved killer is on the loose and Hull City FC look doomed to another relegation. But, on a long Bank Holiday weekend in May, all thoughts turn to Wembley...and the chance for ultimate bragging rights. Against a backdrop of a dramatically changing city, Last One Out...traces the story of how Hull's two rugby league teams emerged from mid-seventies gloom to take their place at the very top of the game - exerting a dominance over the sport that others would follow. Featuring first-hand interviews with players, officials and supporters, this is the definitive history of the ultimate rugby league derby; the early rounds and the draw that kept them apart,the clamour for tickets, the divided families and that famous sign on the road heading south. It tells of Roger's joy, Sammy's despair and the story behind 'that try'. Later, there was the pride and emotion of the homecoming. Later still, the game enteredhistory, spelling joy for one side, despair for the other and encapsulated in a song the losers were taunted with until another dramatic Wembley victory more than three decades on. More than just a derby, more than just a cup final, this is the story of an exodus: the day Hull invaded Wembley. Perfectly timed for the city being UK capital of culture in 2017.

Rugby League Yearbook 2018 - 2019 - A Comprehensive Account of the 2018 Season (Paperback): Tim Butcher, Daniel Spencer Rugby League Yearbook 2018 - 2019 - A Comprehensive Account of the 2018 Season (Paperback)
Tim Butcher, Daniel Spencer 1
R590 R459 Discovery Miles 4 590 Save R131 (22%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
The Book of NRL Lists (Paperback): Will Evans, Nick Tedeschi The Book of NRL Lists (Paperback)
Will Evans, Nick Tedeschi
R883 R607 Discovery Miles 6 070 Save R276 (31%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Simply the Best - The Inside Story of How Wigan Became Rugby League's Greatest Cup Team and Won Eight in a Row... Simply the Best - The Inside Story of How Wigan Became Rugby League's Greatest Cup Team and Won Eight in a Row (Paperback)
Frank Malley
R367 R291 Discovery Miles 2 910 Save R76 (21%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Simply The Best is the fascinating inside story of eight heady seasons when Wigan RLFC were undisputed kings of rugby league, going 43 consecutive Challenge Cup matches undefeated and winning a record eight Challenge Cup trophies in a row at Wembley. The secrets behind the signings of Martin Offiah, Frano Botica and Joe Lydon. The enigma that is Ellery Hanley. The emergence of rugby phenomenon Jason Robinson. The wit of master playmaker Andy Gregory. All are revealed, along with the fun, the egos, the fall-outs, the spectacular tries, the drinking, the sacking of head coach John Dorahy, the magic of John Monie and the local legend who is Shaun Edwards: the only man to play in all 43 of those cup games and whose feisty spirit personified a team of charisma and panache. Edwards lifted the first and last of those trophies as captain before the greatest rugby league cup run in history was derailed by a swirl of complacency and revenge. At its heart, Simply The Best is a story of hard men and extraordinary achievement.

Redhead with Fire in His Boots - My Life in Rugby (Paperback): Peter Harvey Redhead with Fire in His Boots - My Life in Rugby (Paperback)
Peter Harvey
R432 R344 Discovery Miles 3 440 Save R88 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Wartime and the scholarship to Grammar Schools allowed access to Rugby Union, an amateur game played by gentlemen in Rugby Clubs like Liverpool and Blackheath. Since the schism with Rugby League in 1895 the antipathy between the two codes was stark. Peter Harvey's story opened the door for hundreds of boys from Lancashire to play for England Schools. However, the suggestion that he might go to Rugby League was enough to prevent selection for England. The story of how this happened, and his subsequent success as a semi-professional rugby player, reaches its climax in Championships and Challenge Cups with the great St Helens RL side of the 1960s. Running parallel to this story is the training necessary to become a teacher and head teacher, and those people who helped me on that journey. The final chapters tell of rugby stars of the 1960s who he played with or against and the subsequent joys and fellowships of past players associations. It is a unique view of social history from coalmine to classroom, 1940 to present.

The Warrington Wolves Miscellany (Hardcover): Gary Slater The Warrington Wolves Miscellany (Hardcover)
Gary Slater
R288 R232 Discovery Miles 2 320 Save R56 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Warrington Wolves Miscellany is the definitive set text for every fan of the world famous Wire. Packed with facts, fun, gossip, nostalgia and conjecture, it looks back over 135 years of glorious history to celebrate the personalities, victories and controversies of the sport's biggest name. Handily pocket-sized to pull out in the middle of those pub arguments over who was the fastest, dirtiest or biggest, this book will not only tell you who scored the most tries, kicked the most goals or won the most trophies, but also who earned the most red cards, which former player still haunts the town and who was sent off twice in one match. Put down your pie and pick up a copy.

The Indomitable Frank Whitcombe - How a Genial Giant from Cardiff Became a Rugby League Legend in Yorkshire and Australia... The Indomitable Frank Whitcombe - How a Genial Giant from Cardiff Became a Rugby League Legend in Yorkshire and Australia (Paperback)
Martin Whitcombe
R571 Discovery Miles 5 710 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Frank Whitcombe, described as 'one of the greatest Welsh rugby league forwards of all time', played for Bradford Northern, Wales, and Great Britain. Adored by Bradford supporters and admired by the rugby league fraternity, such was his prowess that he was named in the Bradford Northern all-time greats team. The Indomitable Frank Whitcombe, lovingly tells the incredible story of a rugby league legend who was born and raised, as one of ten children in Grangetown, the heart of working-class Cardiff. Frank's rugby career, after a brief and successful spell as a boxer, began in rugby union, when he played for the British Army and London Welsh, as a deceptively nimble and skilful 18 stone forward. His talents were quickly spotted by rugby league scouts, and Frank was persuaded to 'go north' for GBP100 and two new suits, although the cost of buying himself out of the Army left him just GBP10, and the suits! Frank was made for rugby league and he enjoyed a glittering career in professional rugby, winning the RL Challenge Cup three times, the RL Championship three times and was capped 14 times by Wales.He quickly created a big impression on the Great Britain selectors and he was chosen for the famous 1946 'Indomitables' tour of Australia. Frank excelled as the tourists made history and won plaudits from antipodean fans and media alike as the team became the first, and to date only GB tourists, to win a rugby league Test Series, undefeated, 'down under'. After 331 games, Frank bowed-out of rugby with Bradford Northern, four days after playing in a Challenge Cup final at Wembley, in his last match at Odsal; a game which attracted 19,000 fans. He then turned to life as an RL administrator and publican before his life was tragically cut short by pneumonia at the age of only 44. Frank was a true giant of rugby league and this is the first book to tell his remarkable story.

No Sand Dunes in Featherstone - Memories of West Yorkshire Rugby League (Paperback, First): Robert Light No Sand Dunes in Featherstone - Memories of West Yorkshire Rugby League (Paperback, First)
Robert Light
R360 Discovery Miles 3 600 Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Glory in the Centre Spot - The Eric Ashton Story (Paperback): Eric Ashton, Ray French Glory in the Centre Spot - The Eric Ashton Story (Paperback)
Eric Ashton, Ray French
R280 Discovery Miles 2 800 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Eric Ashton was the epitome of a rugby league hero. Here, in the third in a series of republished 'Rugby League classics', his story is retold, accompanied this time by a new introduction from BBC commentator Ray French.

Widnes Vikings On This Day - History, Facts & Figures from Every Day of the Year (Hardcover): Mike Healing Widnes Vikings On This Day - History, Facts & Figures from Every Day of the Year (Hardcover)
Mike Healing
R282 R226 Discovery Miles 2 260 Save R56 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Widnes Vikings On This Day looks back at the most celebrated and memorable moments from the club's illustrious history, providing a mixture of quirky anecdotes and legendary characters to produce an irresistibly dippable Vikings diary - with an entry for every day of the year. From the club's 1875 formation as the football section of Appleton and Farnworth Cricket Club through to the Super League era, fans have witnessed league and cup success, relegation, a return to the top flight through the licensing process, and hard times - all featured here. Legendary heroes such as Jimmy Hoey, Doug Laughton, 'Big Jim' Mills, Keith Elwell and Tony Myler all loom larger than life. Revisit 17 May 1980, when the club achieved its first Premiership success; 3 May 1930, the first Wembley victory for the 'Cup Kings'; and 4 October 1989, when the 'Chemics' reached club rugby league's pinnacle, becoming the first official World Club champions.

Spirit of '55 - How Warrington Wolves Regained Their Bite (Paperback): Rob Watson Spirit of '55 - How Warrington Wolves Regained Their Bite (Paperback)
Rob Watson
R362 R286 Discovery Miles 2 860 Save R76 (21%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In 2009, Warrington RLFC reached the nadir of their long-term, chronic underachievement, prompting one fan to write to the local newspaper questioning the players' commitment. He signed the letter 'Spirit of '55' - a reference to the year the club were last champions. Results began to improve dramatically, with back-to-back Challenge Cup wins followed by a League Leader's Shield - but still no championship. Spirit of '55 follows Warrington's quest to become champions in 2012, as seen through the eyes of their most passionate fan. But are the team cursed by the town's expectations, and the ghost of '55? Laced with terrace humour and tempered by the expert eye of a professional coach, the team's record of failure and the 'curse of hope' will strike a chord with all sports fans. The book builds to the climax of the play-offs where one team will achieve glory. But will it be Warrington?

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