Rugby League's Heroes of Yesterday Book 2

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Rugby League's Heroes of Yesterday - Re-printed, Gold cover

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Rugby League's Heroes of Yesterday - Re-printed, Gold cover

Includes 2 x Heroes of Yesterday signature cards, limited to 50 of each player

3 x Heroes of Yesterday postcards

Rugby League's Heroes of Yesterday - Book 2

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The first 200 sold will be individually numbered and signed along with a collector card

Rugby League's Heroes of Yesterday - Book 2

Bigger and better than Book 1 which has sold out.

First hand accounts of critical, bizarre and forgotten moments in the history of the game:

Greg Cook Exclusive - the day Bob Cooper went on a jaw breaking frenzy

Billy Smith - driving the Penfolds bus into a lake

Don McKinnon Exclusive - the  urinating incident at Lang Park

Mick Stone - when the LangPark growd threw XXXX cans onto the field

Danny Williams - opens up about that punch

Ray Blacklock Tribute

All these stories and many more, told firsthand by the rugby league heroes themselves


 

Rugby League's Heroes of Yesterday limited edition signed football patch card

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Rugby League's Heroes Of Yesterday

SNEAK PEEK

Here is a peek inside Rugby League’s Heroes of Yesterday:

• Paul Morris talks exclusively about the shooting in Rio.

• Terry Lamb tells us what really happened to Ellery Hanley.

How did Peter Johnston get over to the NFL?

• Ted Goodwin opens up about the viciousness that transpired

during the 1977 Grand Final replay.

Visiting sick kids in hospital as a release from the pressures of

performance led to Robbie O’Davis becoming a Ronald

McDonald House Patron.

After growing up in a mission for indigenous families, Percy

Knight went on to be awarded the first-ever Dally M Medal.

• Mick Delroy tells how he was knocked out cold in the 1986

Grand Final.

• Tony Cosatto relives the shocking time Cameron Blair came to

his aid after he was severely knocked out in a match against Wests,

and reveals how that dramatic live footage affected his family.

What’s-a-packeta-Sigsworth? Phil Sigsworth talks about where

his nickname originated.

• Paul Davis explains how the Newcastle Knights are to blame for

his nephew, Greg Inglis, playing as a Queenslander.

All of this and so many more gems are packed into this book.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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