By Tom Mather
A bribary scandal
A participant taken to court
Inexplicable judgements from RLHQ
A membership travel to Wales
Wigan win (almost) everything
This is a e-book that has whatever for everybody not only rugby historians. It paints an image of ways the sport was once performed but in addition reviews upon the social difficulties in rugby at the moment. It additionally lines the 1st really nice season the Wigan membership used to be to have.
The booklet additionally lines Leytham's travel 'downunder' in 1910 in his personal phrases. What we get is a glimpse into the carrying global simply sooner than the nice conflict. eventually it describes the occasions best as much as Leytham's demise in August 1916.
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James Leytham Diary by Tom Mather