Gerard Siggins

Gerard Siggins

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.

Gaelic Spirit - Field of Dreams ... Home of History

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Football Spirit - United they Stand, United they Soar

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Football Fiesta - Sports Academy Book 1

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Rugby Redzone - Sports Academy Book 2

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Rugby Spirit - A new school, a new sport, an old mystery...

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Rugby Warrior - Back in school. Back in sport. Back in time.

Rugby Rebel - Discovering History - Uncovering Mystery

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Rugby Flyer - Haunting history, thrilling tries

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Rugby Runner - Ancient Roots, Modern Boots

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Rugby Heroes - Ghostly Ground, Deadly Danger

Gaelic Spirit - Field of Dreams ... Home of History

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Lansdowne Road

The Stadium; the matches; the greatest days

The Lansdowne Road stadium was at the heart of so much of Irish sport for over a century -- from athletics to rugby and soccer it has seen the hopes of a nation raised and dashed: as well as the esctacy of victory! This lavishly-illustrated history covers it all, right up to the new Aviva stadium.