Dean Bell Warrior - By Richard Becht

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Dean Bell Warrior

Written by: Richard Becht
Category: Non Fiction
Genre: Biography, Sport

Book Details:

ISBN 10: 1869532260
ISBN 13: 9781869532260
Format: Hardback
Publisher: David Bateman Ltd
Date Published: New Zealand, June 23rd, 2015
Language: English
Condition: Good
Appearance: Foxing on first few pages and on edges. Overall condition is good.


After so many years at the pinnacle of international league, Dean Bll has worked and played with some of the great names, and in this book they share their own personal insight into Dean Bell and the game; names such as the legendary Graham Lowe, Arthur Beetson, coach at Easts and later Australian coach, and Warriors' coach John Monie; players Ellery Hanley, Andy Platt, Frano Botica, Hugh McGahan, Denis Betts and Va'aiga Tuigamala; and Wigan chairman, and now Chief Executive of English Rugby League, Maurice Lindsay. Alongside the unfolding of Dean Bell's unique career as an international sportsman and the big stories of recent league history, the book reveals the creation and moulding of a crack league team - the Auckland Warriors - from its beginnings to the end of its first season.

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