Stephen Donald - Beaver

Paperback

Main Details

Title Stephen Donald - Beaver
Authors and Contributors      By (author)   Scotty Stevenson
Physical Properties
Format:Paperback
Pages:216
Dimensions(mm): Height 234,Width 150
CategoriesRugby Union
ISBN 9781927262955
Audience
General

Publishing Details

Publisher Upstart Press Ltd
Imprint Mower
Publication Date 10 August 2017
NZ Release Date 10 August 2017
Publication Country New Zealand

Description

Stephen Donald etched himself into All Blacks folklore with that 'kick' in the 2011 Rugby World Cup final at Eden Park. Donald, one of the country's most popular All Blacks, had not originally been wanted for the World Cup squad. He was whitebaiting in the Waikato and effectively off the rugby grid when the SOS went out for his services. The rest, as they say, is history. That one penalty goal in the final has ensured him a special place in All Blacks history. Now, Donald is combining with the hugely talented rugby writer and commentator Scotty 'Sumo' Stevenson in a book which will cover not only Donald's sporting career and his part in the All Blacks' historic Cup win, but also poke the borax at both himself and his team mates. Stevenson's unique brand of humour - he collaborated with Cory Jane on the screaming funny Cory Jane: Winging It - will ensure Beaver's book will be one to be both remembered and most feared (especially if you're a high profile teammate!)

Author Biography

Broadcaster and writer Scotty Stevenson joined SKY Sport in 2007 and has refused to leave. Rugby has been his passion and he continues to work as a commentator, reporter and presenter for New Zealand's national obsession. He has also covered the Olympic Games, Olympic Winter Games and Commonwealth Games. Scotty was appointed Editor of SKY Sport - The Magazine in 2011, and was named New Zealand Magazine Sport Feature Writer of the Year in 2012. Scotty is also a weekly columnist for The Spinoff. He has written two best-selling sports books, Cory Jane: Winging It (2015) and The Kiwi Pair (with Hamish Bond and Eric Murray, 2016).