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Farewell Ray Wilson, England World Cup Winner

17th May 2018

How many male footballers can be described as an England World Cup Winner?! Very few, but Ray Wilson could. An England player, who started his career with Huddersfield Town, Wilson died a few days ago at 83. He was a quiet, modest, key member of England’s 1966 winning football team. England’s men’s football team winning […]

Roll on Good weather to all in the Tour de Yorkshire

3rd May 2018

Prince Philip & the 1966 Commonwealth Games

5th April 2018

Rugby Union Books

Rugby Union Books

Early football books of the Victorian era generally covered both the Association and Rugby games. As the two codes diverged, Rugby started to produce its own literature with a number of instructional titles and scarce early tour books appearing before World War One, both in the UK and New Zealand. Few rugby autobiographies appeared before the 1970s as strict guidelines on professionalism prevented players from committing their memories to print. The last few decades have see a vast increase in rugby liternature and dozens of titles are now published annually.

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