Save and Prosper Book of England's Grand Slam, 1991

Save and Prosper Book of England's Grand Slam, 1991

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ISBN13: 9780091751739
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After two years of frustration, first at Cardiff in 1989 and then at Murrayfield in 1990, Will Carling's England team finally achieved the Grand Slam against France at Twickenham on 16th March 1991. Although the French out-scored England three tries to one, including one of the most memorable tries ever seen at Twickenham, the English victory was built on the power and discipline of the forwards, supported by dogged defence in the Blacks, with a try from Rory Underwood, a drop goal from Andrew and 14 points from Simon Hodgkinson. From the beginning of the 1991 Five Nations Championship it was obvious that England were determined not to be denied again. This is the story of their win.

Type Book
Number Of Pages 128
Item Height 20 mm
Item Width 188 mm
Item Weight 588 Gram
Product Dimensions 188 x 20 x 251
Publisher Hutchinson
Format Hardcover | 128