Springboks in Wales
History of the touring South African side in Wales
Hardback first edition 1974 by John Billot no dust cover, Excellent Condition.
The Priceless Gift
125 years of welsh rugby captains by Steve Lewis,
Hardback first edition 2005 with dust cover excellent condition.
Raising The Dragon
A clarion call to wesh rugby by Robert jones with Huw Edwarss.
Hardback first edition 2001 with dust civer.
OUT OF STOCK
Twelve Tulmutous Years in welsh rugby including reviews of the 2005 and 2008.
Hardback first edition 2008 by Alun Carter with Nick Bishop
Newport Athletic Club 1875-1925
Fiftieth anniversary history of the great Welsh rugby club, mainly focusing on rugby but with other sports also covered.
Good condition for age.
Newport Athletic Club 1875-1975
Centenary anniversary history of the great Welsh rugby club, mainly focusing on rugby but with other sports also covered, Paperback.
Excellent condition for age.
The offical history of the Barbarian Football Club
Softback 1978 edition by Nigel Stamer-Smith, Reasonable Condition.
The Barbarians 1890-1932 A complete record
The earliest published history (1933) of the barbarians, 215 pages covering 1890 - 1932. An in depth season by season and match by match statistical history including some team photos.
Edited by Emoile de Lissa
History of English Rugby 1874-1974
Hardback Second Revised edition 1978 by Barry Bowker, Excellent Condition.
Scotland's Grand Slam 1990
Story of the 1990 Grand Slam, hard backed with dust cover.
Excellent Condition with dust cover First Edition 1990 by Ian Robertson and Mick Cleary
Scotltish Rugby 1994
This annual guide to Scottish rugby union
Hardcover no dust cover, by Ian McLaughlin
Grand Slam ! Year of the Dragon
Story of the 2005 Grand Slam, hard backed with dust cover.
Excellent Condition with dust cover First Edition 2005 by Paul Rees
Grand Slam Champions
Story of England's undefeated 2003 season.
Excellent Condition paperback r First Edition 2003 by Team Engalnd Rugby
The All Blacks
Hardcover 19 Sep 1991 by T.P. McLean (Author)
the author of this book sets out to explain the enduring power of this team.
Great games of New Zealand Rugby. A look back of some of the best . First Edition 1991 by Graham Hutvchins
18th Birthday dedication in pen on inside cover.
The Swansea Story
1st Edition 1968, with worn dust jacket.
Signed by the author.
Rummle Them Up
The story of Rugby in the scottish borders.
1st Edition: 1989- Mint condition. With Dust Jacket. Dtamped with Hereford And ciunty Libraries'
Rugby on the beat
A well illustrated comprehensive history, a secondhand paperback book by Gordon Westcott
in very good condition
Published in: 1992
Great Days in New Zealand Rugby
Written by Terry McLean. The book is in superb condition with a tight spine, clean pages, no inscriptions and no damage to note. The dustjacket is present, though slightly torn at the corners.
The book is 198 pages. Terry McLean, a leading Rugby Writer and author of several books on the game, has traversed 60 years of rugby history in writing accounts of 20 historic matches played by or among New Zealand teams. Begining with 1897, the year a Wellington team was stoned and called "Butchers", McLean discusses, among other matches, the epic of 1905 between Wales and New Zealand, the day in 1924 when a New Zealand forward was ordered from the field at Twickenham and the historic day in 1956 when the Waikato provincial team defeated the touring South African team in spite of having to play most of the match with only 14 men.
This book is now getting more difficult to find, but is a must for anybody with an interest in the history of the game.
Wooden Spoon Society Rugby World '00
A full colour yearbook formally called Whitbread Rugby World. It includes contributions from well known rugby names, rebviews of th 98/99 season
Wooden Spoon Society Rugby World '07
A full colour yearbook formally called Whitbread Rugby World. It includes contributions from well known rugby names, rebviews of th 05/06 season
Signed by Gareth Edwards, plus menu from dinner also signed by Gareth.
Taming The Tourists - Cardiff RFC
Taming The Tourists - By Alan Evans
Launched to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Cardiff's momentous defeat of the All Blacks on 21 November 1953, 'Taming the Tourists' is the epic tale of how one club beat the might of New Zealand, South Africa and Australia over a century-and how the wallabies lost to the Blue and Blacks six times in a row.
The book includes personal recollections of great players including Cliff Morgan, Bleddyn Williams, Gerald Davies, John Scott and Gareth Edwards and raises the uncomfortable issue of whether the much loved international tours will ever return to the rugby calendar in the professional age.
Taming the Tourists has 224 pages plus 16 pages of photos and is a hardback. The photos depict the historic matches and a full statistical record and analysis
This book is brand new, 1st edition complete with dust jacket. The book is retailing in shops at £15.99.
A great gift for any Cardiff Supporter.