Often hailed as “The Rolling Stones of rugby league” during the 1960s, the South Sydney Rabbitohs took centre stage when they assumed their title of Sydney Premiers in the years between 1967 to 1971.
Today, these iconic years are known as the Rabbitohs’ golden era and they’re the subject of this tell-all book, titled Glory Days
. Written by Alan Whiticker, Glory Days
is the inside story of the men who made league history and lead the Rabbitohs to five consecutive grand final appearances – including John Sattler, Bob McCarthy, Eric Simms and more.
Alan Whiticker takes readers behind the scenes of the Rabbitohs glory days, conducting exclusive interviews with some of the biggest names in the league, as well as providing archival photographs from the time. There’s even a foreword by Russell Crowe, so readers can receive an intimate, nostalgic look at the Rabbitohs in all their glory!
Glory Days features:
Written by Alan Whiticker.
Paperback – 319 pages.
The story of the South Sydney Rabbitohs rugby league club.
Black-and-white archival photographs throughout.
Foreword by Russell Crowe.
Dimensions: 15.5cm x 23.5cm.