Triumph and Tragedy: Welsh Sporting Legends

Triumph and Tragedy: Welsh Sporting Legends
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Packed with intriguing insights and exclusive interviews with many of the featured stars, Triumph and Tragedy confirms that Welsh sportsmen and women possess talent, spirit, and an appetite for success in abundance.

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All orders are dispatched the following working day from our UK warehouse. Established in , we have over , books in stock. No quibble refund if not completely satisfied. Seller Inventory mon Will be shipped promptly from UK warehouse. Book is in good condition with no missing pages, no damage or soiling and tight spine. Those featured include arguably the best Welsh rugby union player of the twentieth century; the greatest bowler never to play for England; the farmer's boy who became a master golfer; the Cardiff boy from Splott who made such a name for himself in Hull that they named a thoroughfare after him; the 'Gentle Giant' from Swansea still revered in Italy some 50 years after his last match for Juventus; the only post-war Welsh jockey to win the Grand National twice; and the unsung hero from the Rhondda who became the saviour of Manchester United in the weeks after the Munich air disaster.

Their stories, based on exclusive interviews and coloured with anecdotes, will inspire future generations to believe that nothing is impossible. See All Customer Reviews.

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USD Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Explore Now. Buy As Gift. Overview This collection of revealing profiles captures the essence of a galaxy of Welsh world-beaters from across the sporting spectrum: athletics, boxing, cricket, football, golf, horse racing, motor racing, rugby union, rugby league and tennis.

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Product Details About the Author. About the Author Peter Jackson, a sports journalist since he left school in , retired in as chief rugby correspondent of the Daily Mail after 35 years on the paper.

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Average Review. Write a Review. Related Searches. Mervyn Davies was one of the leading rugby players of the s, a No 8 who had been on two successful Lions tours and had been asked to captain the side in New Zealand. He played his final mach at the age of two months later, he was diagnosed with cancer; 16 weeks later he died.

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No Barry John from rugby or Alan Jones from cricket, but Jackson does not just relive the careers of the well known. By WalesOnline. Get the biggest Swansea stories by email Subscribe See our privacy notice More newsletters. Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice. Follow WalesOnline. Subscribe to our Swansea newsletter Privacy notice Enter email Subscribe.