Cora Staunton is an iconic figure in the world of modern GAA. In this refreshingly candid book, Cora recalls finding refuge in the game after the death of her mother, but also speaks openly about the challenges and conflicts she and her teammates have experienced in the under-resourced world of female sport.
As many sports professionals have discovered, playing well is as much the result of mental attitude as talent. Performance enhancement coach, Bob Rotella, offers his method of mental game management to help golfers revolutionise their mental habits.
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.
A Dubray Books Favourite Book of all Time. An endlessly re-readable autobiography that offers a candid and fascinating insight into the complex and problematic life of a sporting great. (Jack Byrne, Kilkenny)
As of May 2009, the author was the little-known backup fly-half for Leinster, the chronically underachieving Irish province. Four years, three Heineken Cups later and one British and Irish Lions tour victory later, he is by some distance the leading fly-half in the northern hemisphere. This book tells his story.
Full of new and expanded stories, you'll find out about:* My real life playing for England, Leicester, Everton, Barcelona, Tottenham... and Nagoya Grampus Eight* Danny's adventures blagging his way to Italia '90* The best player I ever played with (and wish I had played with)* The identity of the true GOAT: Messi, Ronaldo, or Graeme Souness?