The Art of Coaching is a book on the principles that underline the Australian game of football. Based on David Wheadon's extensive career as an assistant coach at many AFL clubs, and with a primary focus on AFL, it is also a comparative study of the other sports around the world and the great similari... read more
From the celebrated mock obituary following England's first-ever defeat by Australia on home soil in 1882, to the on-pitch insults (or 'sledges') of today, Ashes cricket has spawned nearly as many memorable quotes as it has balls bowled and... read more
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There is no greater prize in Australian team sport than the VFL/AFL premiership flag. Premiership players are forever recognised and their deeds of their teams long celebrated. This book, the first in a three-volume series, recounts in details the players, the officials, ... read more
'Put your mouthguard in and enjoy the read' exhorts Tim Lane in the foreword to The Hafey Years, an outstanding addition to the canon of Australian sports writing. For no name encapsulates the Richmond Football Club like the beloved figure of Tommy Hafey and no book has explored the characters, contro... read more
Gai Waterhouse is an Australian horse racing trailblazer, widely reagrded as the most succesful female traier in the world. Her diary of the recent racing season encapsulales a year in her colourful life and features insights into her family life, her influence and memories.