CHILL-OUT SUNDAY THE ELLIS RUGBY – MALCOLM REILLY RUGBY LEAGUE BOOK PREVIEW
The Ellis Rugby book preview. Malcolm Reilly: A Life In Rugby League: Autobiography.
Malcolm Reilly Rugby League: Autobiography. Authors Malcolm Reilly with Harry Edgar
Malcom Reilly as a player was a trailblazer of the English game, dominating Australian Rugby League, while leading Castleford with great success. As both a player and coach, he has won most honours on both sides of the world including the Challenge Cup and during his spell with Manly the Australian Grand Final.
A classic loose forward and a member of the last Great Britain team to win an Ashes series, terrorising the Australian and New Zealand forwards on the near-flawless 1970 tour. His playing career with Castleford took in 316 appearances, including nine finals, over a 19-year period and two spells, scoring 68 tries, nine goals and four drop goals.
Reilly: Autobiography. Author Harry Edgar
Harry Edgar was the founder of Open Rugby magazine for 22 years as its editor/publisher became established as one of the most knowledgeable writers on international affairs in Rugby League. He was as a consultant editor to the magazine’s successor Rugby League World. He now is editor/publisher of the Rugby League Journal & Rugby League Memories that celebrate the history of the game.
Here’s the Malcolm Reilly Rugby League: Autobiography Book Preview –
Never before in the UK has a Rugby League man of Malcolm Reilly’s legendary status issued such a full and revealing autobiography.