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During the past 15 years, the GAA has gone through a renaissance, taking center stage in the Irish sporting arena, enjoying a greater groundswell of support than ever before. In GAA: The Glory Years, Ronnie Bellew tells the story of these remarkable 15 years—of the events on and off the field, the breakthroughs, the controversies, and the personalities behind a golden era that has seen the GAA reinvent itself to become the hottest ticket in town.
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Ronnie Bellew is a freelance journalist and is currently sports feature writer for the Sunday Independent. He has worked on a variety of GAA and Sports publications as well as Ireland on Sunday, the Irish Independent, The Irish Times and the Irish Post.Review:
'Packed with stunning photographs and a wealth of facts and figures, this book captures the full story of the past 15 years.' * Sunday Independent Sport * 'Delivers lavishly on its target subject with intelligent text and striking pictures.' * Irish Times Sport * 'Lavishly illustrated GAA book...from gifted GAlway writer who tells the racy stories of the 1990s with a literary craftsmanship that is rare in sportswriting.' * Daily Ireland * '...this is a beautifully presented volume' * Capital *
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Book Description Hodder Headline Ireland, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: Very good. Slight scratches due to minor shelf wear might be expected. In GAA: The Glory Years, well-known GAA writer Ronnie Bellew tells the story of this remarkable era — the breakthroughs, the controversies, the personalities and the events, on and off the field, that have seen the GAA reinvent itself to become the hottest ticket in town. book. Seller Inventory # TSB110
Book Description Hodder & Stoughton, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0340837608