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Where Are They Now – The Rugby League Years

Written & Researched by John Huxley
Foreword by Garry Schofield

£9.99/154 pages plus pics/30 years in the making.

For decades, it has been a burning question: Where do the retiring heroes of Rugby League go after the final hooter? Well, all can be revealed, as a new book lifts the lid on over 140 ex-players to discover exactly how ball handling skills of the greats, and not so greats, prepared them for life after League.

Rare talents such as Ellery Hanley, Martin Offiah, Shaun Edwards and Garry Schofield, all with careers to make a job centre proud. So, find out who became the rat catcher, or the boxer who’s on first name terms with Brad Pitt, or the player who saved a drowning girl’s life. Read about the players who gave it a go as miners, publicans, taxi drivers, hoteliers, electricians, joiners, and DJ’s. From millionaires to paupers, it is a fascinating read for anyone with an interest in Rugby League.

Over 150 pages dedicated to the players who made Rugby League the game it is today. Includes the key players of yesteryear from Leeds, St Helens, Bradford, Wigan, Hull, Castelford and many, many more.

Where Are They Now is available from from early November 2007. Priced £9.99. Review copies available plus spreads of players to suit local area or publication needs.


For interviews to accompany the book, please contact:

John Huxley (writer) 07889 174 280
Andrew Varley (photographer) 07831 555559
Les Rowley (Editor) 07976 746 777

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