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The Pocket Book of Wales Rugby is a classic collection of words of wit and wisdom by, and about, the famous coaches, great players and celebrity fans who have sung "Bread of Heaven" and "Land of my Fathers" cheering on the Welsh Rugby Team. Here are more than 170 quotes from the glorious eras of domination to the multiple Rugby World Cup what-ifs. The thoughts of legends such as Gareth Edwards, JPR Williams, Colin Chavis, Dan Lydiate and Warren Gatland, and dozens of others who have proudly worn the Three Feathers on their shirt, make this the perfect homage to Welsh rugby. Product Information:• ISBN: 9781781779101• Author: Gary Baker• Publisher: Seven Oaks• Format: Hardback• Pages: 192• Dimensions: 14.5 x 12 x 2cm

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Whether you're a football fan, a tennis aficionado, a keen golfer or a basketball nut you'll love this top collection of facts – the must-have miscellany for any sports fan. Featuring obscure, unbelievable, intriguing and engaging facts about some of the world’s most popular ball sports, discover fascinating nuggets of information on the sports, the balls, the players, the history and plenty more. All the major ball sports are covered and you can find out why the number of dimples on a golf ball can make you a better player, what the fastest recorded serve is in a tennis match and who is the world’s highest-earning ball player. Product Information: • ISBN: 9781911026617 • Author: Alf Alderson • Publisher: Dog 'n' Bone • Format: Hardback • Pages: 64  • Dimensions: 18.54 x 12.32 x 1.27 cm

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One of rugby’s most ferocious flankers and biggest characters, James Haskell has had an extraordinary, global experience of the game, having played for the Wasps, Northampton and England, and in New Zealand, France and Japan. Whether he’s recalling the most brutal team socials; dispelling the myths surrounding New Zealand’s dominance; introducing his Japanese teammates to manscaping or calling out play-acting in the modern game, no subject is off limits. Side-splittingly funny and ruthlessly honest, What A Flanker delves into the touring, drinking, training, eating and sometimes unconscionable antics of the professional rugby player. It’s an unforgettable read, even if there are some stories you’d rather forget… Product Information: • ISBN: 9780008403683 • Author: James Haskell • Publisher: HarperCollins • Format: Hardcover • Pages: 320 • Dimensions: 24 x 15.9 x 3.3 cm

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