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GREAT CONTEMPORARY PLAYERS

GREAT CONTEMPORARY PLAYERS

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The author profiles rugby's greatest players from the first half of the 19th century: Butterfield, Jeeps, Waddell, O'Reilly, Morgan, Prat, Meads, Whineray, to name a few.

8vo. 175pp. 12 pages of photographs. Dust-wrapper, sl rubbed at head and tail of the spine.

Date
1963
Publisher
Stanley Paul
Author
John Brindley George THOMAS

£7.00 (Code: 21966)

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