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That's What I'm Talking About
That's What I'm Talking About Shane Crawford
When Shane Crawford debuted for Hawthorn Football Club in 1993, little did he know what an amazing future awaited him.  The kid from tiny Finley in New South Wales would become a champion of the game, the heart and soul of his club, and a successful media performer.
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Standing My Ground
Standing My Ground Matthew Hayden
Matthew Hayden was one of the most commanding batsmen the game has ever seen - and one of its great enigmas. Here is the superstar batsman, the surfer, fisherman and chef in a book as bold and powerful as the man himself.
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Bury Me Vertical
Bury Me Vertical R.M. Winn
In his latest collection, Ryle brings together the best cock and bull stories from the local pub, the sale yard, the track and his own remarkable life.
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My Journey
My Journey Jim Stynes, Warwick Green
An inspirational memoir from a man who made a real difference to other people's lives – this is Jim Stynes' legacy.
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Life in the Saddle
Life in the Saddle David Gilchrist, Alwyn Torenbeek
The amazing life story of bush legend Alwyn Torenbeek: rodeo champion, stockman and endurance rider.
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Living Legends: True Tales of Extraordinary Old-Timers
Living Legends: True Tales of Extraordinary Old-Timers Sandy Thorne
An entertaining collection of yarns about thirteen larger-than-life Aussie characters, full of bush wisdom and wit.
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Animal Heroes
Animal Heroes Anthony Hill
A celebration of the forgotten heroes of war, the animals that have served alongside Australian forces.
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Weekends with Daisy
Weekends with Daisy Sharron Kahn Luttrell
The weekend program for prison-raised service dogs sounded perfect. Pick up a puppy on Friday, return it on Sudnay.  A new puppy each year, no strings attached. Except that the golden labrador called Daisy is not a no-strings-attached kind of dog.
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The Last Showman
The Last Showman Fred Brophy
This is one helluva life, full of hardship, hilarity and unexpected turns, including Fred being inducted into the Queensland Boxing Hall of Fame and receiving a Medal of the Order of Australia.
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Outback Heroines: True stories of hardship, heartbreak and resilience
Outback Heroines: True stories of hardship, heartbreak and resilience Sue Williams
Horse-whispering, crocodile-hunting and single-handedly changing an 80-kilo flat tyre on a road train in 40-degree heat . . . there is nothing these modern-day outback women can't do, from bestselling author Sue Williams.
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The Cat with the Giant Story
The Cat with the Giant Story Steve Johnson
Steve Johnson has become the king of reinvention – from misbehaving larrikin to premiership star; from Cat to Giant – and he's been at the heart of two of the most remarkable AFL teams of modern times: the great Geelong triple-premiership side, and the coming juggernaut of Greater Western Sydney.
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The General
The General Luke Hodge
This is the official autobiography of one of the AFL's most respected and celebrated players, and one of the greatest leaders the sport has ever seen. Football books don't come much bigger than this.
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Home Truths
Home Truths Craig Bellamy, Matt Marshall
Anyone who works in a team or who wants to get the most out of themselves will benefit from this inspirational book – it's about making your own game plan for life.
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Roar
Roar Samantha Lane
A celebration of the wonderful characters of the AFLW and the remarkable success of the new Women’s League.
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Sons of Guns
Sons of Guns Matt Watson
Some of the biggest names in AFL have been around for generations.
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