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.
As Kieran Read prepares to call time on his distinguished New Zealand career at the end of the Rugby World Cup, this is the open and honest life story of one of rugby's greatest players, a legendary All Black and a two-time World Cup winner.
Great Moments in Hurling looks back over the decades of legendary players, matches and moments that have contributed to the narrative of one of the Ireland's most exciting sports. A must for hurling fans wherever they are.
Sam Warburton OBE was not only a titan of Welsh rugby, but an icon of the game Having represented his country as a player and team captain at all junior levels, he propelled himself to international attention in 2011 when named as the youngest ever captain of Wales for the Rugby World Cup.
Raw, vivid and intensely moving, Philly McMahon's inspirational memoir is many things - an epic story of triumph in the face of adversity and loss, a family saga, a tribute to the redemptive power of sport - but above all it's a stirring meditation on the roles compassion and resilience can play in shaping our lives for the better.