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  • Graham Henry: Final Wordby Bob Howitt

    HarperCollins Publishers 2012; US$ 18.49

    Explosive and controversial - this is the must-read autobiography of one of the world's most successful sporting coaches. Although he would eventually be knighted in recognition of one of the most remarkable coaching careers in the history of rugby, Graham Henry experienced his share of crushing setbacks and disappointments. This was the man responsible... more...

  • Perfect Gentleman: Sir Wilson Whinerayby Bob Howitt

    HarperCollins Publishers 2012; US$ 25.87

    He features in the International Rugby Board Hall of Fame, the New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame, and the New Zealand Business Hall of Fame. He is Sir Wilson Whineray, one of New Zealand's favourite sons, a legendary achiever in both rugby and business. This is the man who had all of Cardiff Arms Park standing, singing 'For He's a Jolly Good Fellow'... more...

  • The Converts: Changing Codesby John Deaker; Bob Howitt

    HarperCollins Publishers 2011; US$ 22.17

    Kiwis used to define ourselves as either League or Union supporters - never both. Not any more. In the rarified world of professional sport, the divisions between two traditional rival codes have been blown away. Top players have switched in the past - acrimoniously and mostly from 'amateur' Union to 'professional' league. Now the traffic is constant,... more...

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