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Gerard Siggins Rugby Flyer: Haunting history, thrilling tries (Book 4)


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Eoin has been chosen for the Junior development squad so over the summer he gets to go to Dublin for a rugby summer school. Arising out of that, he and his new friends are taken on a trip to Twickenham, London, to play & watch rugby. While there, he meets a ghost: Prince Obolensky, a Russian who played rugby for England, scored a world famous try against New Zealand in Twickenham and later joined the RAF and died in WW2.

The fourth book in the Rugby Spirit series.

About the Author

Gerard Siggins was born in Dublin in 1962. Initially a sports journalist, he worked for many years in the Sunday Tribune, where he became assistant editor. He has written several books about cricket and rugby. His Rugby Spirit series has sold over 65,000 copies and is hugely popular with sports-loving children around the world. Gerard regularly visits schools to talk about his books.

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"a combination of sporting action, mystery and a ghost story, this book/series is a great read for young rugby players and fans"
- * CBI Recommended Reads 2016 *

"this action-packed novel moves at the speed of top class rugby. It would appeal to pupils in senior classes, especially those with an interest in sport, and in particular, rugby ... a must read for all young rugby fans!"
- * InTouch Magazine *

"will enthuse not just rugby fans ... the prose flows easily, the characters are well drawn, and we are with Eoin and his friends and rivals as the story progresses. All very enjoyable"
- * School Librarian Magazine *

"sporting historical thriller"
- * Sunday Times *


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