Rugby League Through The Decades
|Book Size||241 x 165 x 17|
|Imprint||New Holland Publishers|
|Release Date||1 Jul 2011|
|Subject Classification||Sports & outdoor recreation / Ball games / Rugby football / Rugby League|
This beautiful book contains almost 1,000 images, many never before published; rare memorabilia, season records and international details. It is a celebration of each era in its history.
Rugby League Through The Decades is a celebration of each era in its history; the mighty St George teams with Reg Gasnier in full flight; the 1966 Ashes decider at the SCG; the advent of the four-tackle rule, and Australia's victory in the 1968 World Cup. This beautiful book contains almost 1,000 images, many never before published; rare memorabilia, season records and international details. It is completely up to the minute with chapters about recent events, new clubs and fresh controversies. The book is deliberately written in the style of unfolding history to give the reader a sense of being there at each historic moment in the game's evolution. The different historic eras reflected in the colourful language of the times portray the drama and emotion of the game. Rugby League Through the Decades is more than just a history book, it will bring back many fond memories of lazy afternoons at the game as well as becoming a valuable reference book for all rugby league fans.