Pan Macmillan, 2000 - Aboriginal Australian Rugby League football players - 224 pages
Autobiography of Anthony Mundine, an Aboriginal boxer, former Rugby League player and crusader for Aboriginal rights. Tells the story behind his resignation from Rugby League to become a professional boxer. Also covers his relationship with family and friends, his conversion to Islam, and his take on the major issues facing both black and white Australians. Co-author is an award-winning sports journalist. Previous books include 'Rugby League Rebel - The Mark Geyer Story' and 'Laurie and Clyde, Young Guns of Rugby League'.
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