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Rugby Generations

Rugby Generations

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Hardback, 256 pages
ISBN:9781786150127
Imprint:Accent Press
Published:24 Nov 2016
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Category: Biography, Sport

For many, the ultimate dream is to play rugby for their country. 

Today the financial rewards of playing at the top have moved to a new level, but teamwork, family, friendship and pride are still priceless.

This revealing book charts the history of the game through the stories and voices of players, past and present, and paints an intimate picture of a rugby world which has changed beyond recognition, but still keeps the same hold on all involved. 

With a foreword by international referee, Nigel Owens, this is a fascinating personal insight into the life and times of Welsh rugby.

After working for the BBC for many years, Jos Andrews became a writer and journalist. She is the author of several books, many written with major sports stars, including Colin Jackson and Gareth Thomas. Her most recent book was Rugby Dads for Quick Reads

Imprint
Accent Press
Publisher
Accent Press
Language
English
Product Format
Hardback
Weight
0 grams
Publication Date
24 Nov 2016
Number of Pages
256
ISBN
9781786150127