There are 45 books in this catalogue.
Australian Schoolboys Rugby Union Tour 1977/78
Australian Schools Rugby Union
Book Number: 64899
Australian Schools Rugby Union 1978. 8vo. stapled wraps. 23pp. B/w team photos b/w illus., map. Very good, a few marks on cover.
John Warren's World of Australian Soccer
Warren, John & Schwab, Laurie
Book Number: 63783
Liahona Books. 1980 Small 4to. laminated boards, hardcover. 96pp. b/w illus. very good, small owner's inscription inside front cover.
Never Before, Never Again
Book Number: 62818
MacMillan, Sydney, 1995 8vo. hardcover. 457pp. b/w illus. Very good, page edges slightly browned, liight rubbing to bottom cover corners. / Very good d/w. Scarce.
All The Way With Celtic.
Book Number: 31930
Souvenir Press 1970. 1st edition 8vo. hardcover. 128pp. index, b/w plates. very good, small, light mark on bottom outer page edge near spine. otherwise a bright clean copy with no wear. / very good d/w with some light wear to edges and a small tear on rear corner. Scarce.
Book Number: 43690
Pelham Books, 1968 8vo. hardcover. 135pp. index, b/w illus. good-, tape marks on four pages, small hole on contents page, some soiling to edges of fep. / Fair d/w torn & chipped. Signed by author on fvep.."Yours Truly Ian Ure Arsenal FC
The Juniors: The Best for the Best - South Sydney Junior Rugby League Club
Book Number: 48020
Playright Publishing January 1, 2000 4to hardcover 232pp very good. Index. Illustrated with colour and b&w photo's. The story of George Wintle and his loyal band of true believers. The story that unfolds at the juniors in the years following 1959 is a colourful and troubled one. The story of the juniors is told in full wart 'n all, featuring heroes and villains, funny moments and sad. It is an Australian tale of a community drawn by a beloved cause and of the men and women working together side-by-side to build a great social club.
David Campese - Ironbark Legends
Book Number: 26904
Australia: Ironbark, 1996. Signed by Campese on half-title. 4to. hardcover. 114pp. colour & b/w illus. very good+. / very good+ d/w.
Book Number: 31090
Australia: Ironbark, 1991. 4to softcover 210pp colour & b/w illus. very good. Inscribed by author on title page "To Frank all the best Gary Belcher"
Heart of the Game
Roberts, Michael (Ed)
Book Number: 31293
Hardie Grant Publishing 2001 4to hardcover 138pp colour & b/w illus. very good, small bump and tear on bottom cover edge. / very good d/w. 45 Years of Football on Television who could forget the streaker in the 1982 Richmond/Carlton Grand Final, or Malcolm Blightís massive kick after the siren in 1976? What about the Four and Twenty Pies commercial from the 60ís.
Ron Barassi's football clinic
Barassi, Ron. (edited by Jim Main ; photographs by Roger Gould)
Book Number: 31984
South Yarra, Vic. Currey O'Neil : 1983 4to softcover 60pp colour illus. very good. Australian rules football.
Clark, David. (co-ordinated by)
Book Number: 35756
Sydney Macmillan 1996 4to hardcover 113pp colour & b/w illus. very good / very good d/w.
Stars of the '60s and where are they now?
Hayes, Dean P
Book Number: 48554
Sutton, Gloucester, 2002. 4to laminated boards, hardcover. 191pp. b/w illus. Very good+. British soccer stars.
Guardians of the Game : the history of the New South Wales Rugby Union 1874-2004
Mulford, J. G. (John G.)
Book Number: 49605
Sydney ABC Books 2005 4to hardcover 304pp index, b&w and colour illus. fine in fine d/w. Index. Includes CD rom. A comprehensive decade by decade history of the Union from 1874 to 2004. it features more than 80 select player profiles, team and player photographs, profiles on contributers to the game and statistics of 1500 Waratah players.
The History Of Rugby League Clubs
Collis,Ian and Alan Whiticker
Book Number: 58639
New Holland Publishers, Frenchs Forest, 2004. 4to. hardcover. 448pp. index, colour illus. Near Fine. / Near Fine d/w.
My Life in Football
Charlton, Sir Bobby
Book Number: 61151
HeadlinePublishing, London 2009. 4to. hardcover. 282pp.282pp. colour illus. Very good+. / Very good d/w.
With the Wallabies
Book Number: 35859
Sydney ABC Books 1995 8vo hardcover 198pp index, b/w illus. very good / very good d/w. Includes index.
The Top 100 Wallabies
Book Number: 39864
Random House 2004 Trade paperback. 374pp. Very good. Minor crease along spinefold, otherwise looks unread. Includes the top 10, Trevor Allen, David Campese, Ken Catchpole, John Eales, Mark Ella, Nick Farr-Jones, Tim Horan, Mark Loane, Michael Lynagh, Col Windon and 90 others. The lists are in Alphabetical order and not in rank order.
Full Time : A Coach's Memoirs
Bob; Jameson, Neil Dwyer
Book Number: 44546
Pan Macmillan 2004 8vo hardcover 296pp colour illus. very good+ / very good+ d/w.
Robbie Slater The Hard Way
Slatter, Robbie with Mathew Hall
Book Number: 46403
Harper Sports 1999 8vo. softcover. index, colour & b/w illus. Very good.
Shoot out : the passion and the politics of soccer's fight for survival in Australia
Book Number: 46732
Wiley 2004 8vo softcover 324pp near fine. Index. Illustrated with b&w photo's. n this book, ABC journalist Ross Solly traces the political infighting, nepotism and incompetence that has strangled the growth of the sport in this country for decades. The roll call of people who've tried to reform soccer, only to walk away in despair, is impressive. Even political heavyweights like Neville Wran, Nick Greiner and David Hill have had to admit defeat in the face of Machiavellian administrators and high farce. Following transfer scandals, resignations and damning top-level inquiries, Prime Minister John Howard had seen enough. He sent out an SOS ? get Frank Lowy back! Billionaire Lowy, CEO of the Westfield Group, had early success in establishing soccer in Sydney and nationally. Now, after dictating terms including a handpicked board of management and a war chest of $15 million, Lowy has presented Australian soccer with a radical plan for reforming the sport. So it's time for the final penalty shoot out to decide the fate of Australian soccer for decades to come. Can Lowy finally succeed in creating not just a vibrant national competition, but also a strong national team that can strut its stuff in time for the World Cup in Germany in 2006?
Book Number: 48163
Hardie Grant Books 2008 8vo softcover 258pp index, colour illus. near fine, review copy stamp on fep. Beginning his AFL career in 1992, Kouta quickly established himself as one of the most versatile and athletic players ever to play the game. Of Greek and Northern Italian heritage, Koutoufides made an early choice to switch from track and field athletics to Australian Rules football. A pin-up boy not only at Carlton, in November 2006 he won the final of Channel 7's hit show Dancing with the Stars. Kouta has never been far from the news (his reported $1 million contract caused a huge stir), but there have been very few players who could match his sheer dominance in the late '90s, and at his best he is simply indestructible. Koutoufides was the Brownlow Medal favourite in 2000; he won the Carlton Best and Fairest in 2001 and 2005; received All Australian honours in 1995 and 2000; and was one of the best on field in Carlton's 1995 Grand Final win. Koutoufides has felt the exhilaration of the highs but also suffered the lows. He was the Carlton captain during the tumultuous period of 2003-2006, when the club was in financial crisis, and twice finished bottom of the ladder. In Kouta, Anthony speaks candidly about his amazing football career, his life outside of football and how the game has changed during his time at the top.
A Football Life
Book Number: 48892
Pan Macmillan Australia 1998 8vo softcover 460pp very good. An attempt to explain why AFL football effects so many Australian live. Walker returns to the places an dteams that have shaped his life and collects the stories of other fans and former player. There is also an account of the impact AFL has on his own life and family. As passionate as the game itself.
Manchester City's Cult Heroes
Book Number: 53512
Know the Score Books, 2007 8vo. hardcover. 167pp. colour & b/w illus. Fine. / Very good d/w.
Fatty - The Strife and Times and Paul Vautin
Colman, Mike - Signed by Vautin and Wally Lewis
Book Number: 54831
Ironbark Press 1993 Trade sized paperback. 320pp. Illustrated with b&w photo's. This is the most explosive book about rugby league since King Wally. it is also the funniest. This book is full of revelations, including Fattys painful exit from Manly and the dramas at Jack Gibson's Easts. Signed "Cromer boys are the best" Fatty Vautin and Wally Lewis.