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The Top 100 Wallabies

by Peter Jenkins

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From the first game played by an Australian rugby team against a side from Britain in 1899 to the 2003 World Cup and beyond, this book comprehensively presents the rich and dramatic story of Australian rugby and celebrates its favourite sons - the legendary players whose courage, skill and passion have made Australian rugby the inspiring force it is today.… (more)

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From the first game played by an Australian rugby team against a side from Britain in 1899 to the 2003 World Cup and beyond, this book comprehensively presents the rich and dramatic story of Australian rugby and celebrates its favourite sons - the legendary players whose courage, skill and passion have made Australian rugby the inspiring force it is today.

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