Cavan's Charlie Gallagher was the GAA's George Best of the swinging sixties. A scholar with style, he was a graduate who dressed in sharp suits and drove a red Sunbeam Rapier. Like the Manchester United idol away from the arena, Charlie faced many varied challenges which followed him to his untimely death in 1989.
EOIN LARKIN is a hurling hero. Told with honesty and raw emotion, Camouflage - My Story is a moving and revealing book that will surprise and inspire GAA fans who have followed Larkin's stellar career and will further open up the very topical debate around mental health in sport.
Paddy Holohan is a former mixed martial artist who competed in the flyweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. After initially coming to prominence as a contestant on The Ultimate Fighter, Holohan fought five times for the promotion before the revelation of a life-threatening blood disorder forced his retirement in 2016.