Available NOW - The third in our 'Rugby League Journal History Series' - full of classic photos as the memories flood back of a golden decade for Rugby League. Some stunning images and full records of the 1950s. Superb value. Order now and your copy is guaranteed.
"A lad from Donkey Common" this is the brand new autobiography of Austin Rhodes, former St.Helens star, and a World Cup winner with Great Britain in 1960. Full of excellent photos, and great memories of Austin's career with Saints, Leigh and Swinton.
COME ON NORTHERN The fall and rise of Bradford Northern 1954-1965.
By Trevor Delaney. A fascinating personal journey through the years when Bradford fell from being a top club to the nadir of 1964 when they closed down; followed by the joyous revival which brought smiles back to Odsal. One of Rugby League's great stories, now told by an expert writer.
RUGBY LEAGUE IN THE 'SIXTIES - Volume Two Published in November 2011 - Following the popularity of the first volume (now sold out) this is Volume Two of "Rugby League in the 'Sixties." All brand new material, and full of classic photos as the memories flood back. The second book in our history series, superb value and quality.
By Gary Slater, a long awaited chance to learn more about the charismatic Jack Fish, star winger and record maker of Warrington and England's first ever international try scorer. A classic and rare detailed look back at the early days of the Northern Union, and an essential for any Warringtonian.
RUGBY'S GREATEST MYSTERY Who really was F.S.Jackson ?
A fascinating piece of detective work by author Tom Mather, tracing the story of a mystery man who played both codes in the formative years of the Northern Union. Dramas and intrigue, and controversy as the Leicester Tigers went close to switching to the new code.
Biography of Garfield Owen, the Welsh Rugby Union international full- back who starred for Halifax for many years before joining Keighley. An excellent biography, covering all aspects of Garfield's fascinating career, with many fine photographs. A must especially for Halifax fans and those with an interest in Welsh rugby players.
Autobiography of Graeme West, former New Zealand captain who became a key part of the Wigan success story in the 1980s and early '90s. One of the best R.L. autobiographies of all, West takes you behind the scenes of all the dramas at Wigan, as well as life in Kiwi Rugby League. Published in hardback.
Written by Graham Morris, a very substantial hardback book presenting in great detail the story of James Lomas, the very first Lions tour captain and one of the game's first superstars. This book is a must for students of the game's history, a limited edition so don't miss your chance to own a copy whilst you have the chance..
Written by Phil Hodgson, this substantial harback book features twenty of Castleford's favourite players - from Hardisty and Hepworth, Malcolm Reilly through to Lee Crooks and Brad Davis. Very well illustrated with some excellent photos.
The story of Jeff Grayshon's epic Rugby League career, written by the coach who recalled him to the Great Britain team, Maurice Bamford. Grayshon became the game's oldest professional player at the age of 45, and he looks back on his career with Dewsbury, Bradford Northern, Leeds, Batley and Featherstone - plus England, Great Britain and Cronulla in Sydney.
The moving biography of John Holmes, the former Leeds favourite, written by his brother and nephew, in which they tell the story of the ultimate local boy who made good with his home team and became one of the greatest players ever to grace the famous Headingley arena. 'Relectant Hero' is a fitting memorial to John Holmes.
This 'Rugby League Classic' presents Eddie Waring at his best with a new version of his books 'The Great Ones' and 'Great Britain tour Australia & New Zealand in 1946,' plus other examples of Eddie's pioneering journalism. Classic Rugby League writing in one bumper and very attractive volume.
The fascinating biography of one of Hunslet's greatest players, Geoff Gunney, who served the club for many decades, representing Great Britain many times along the way. Written by Maurice Bamford this is a very interesting profile of Rugby League in the 1950s, 1960s and into the '70s.
The superbly detailed biography of Rugby League's greatest pointscorer, Neil Fox, star of Wakefield Trinity, Great Britain and several other clubs. A magnificent large hard-back book, packed with marvellous photos, which pays tribute to a "Hall of Fame" great.