Gerard Siggins Rugby Spirit Series Collection 3 Books Set (Football Spirit, Gaelic Spirit)
Eoin Madden and his friends are back at school and it looks like it will be a fun year with new subjects and activities to try. After all his years on the Junior Cup team, Eoin is looking forward to a break from rugby this year; when there's a chance to play soccer instead, he jumps at it! But it's hard to set up a football team at a rugby-mad school like Castlerock - can the boys do it? And who is the ghostly footballer with links to Dalymount Park that Eoin and his friends keep meeting?
Sports-mad Eoin Madden is home in Tipperary for the holidays. There’s no rugby over the summer, so he and his Castlerock boarding school friends, Dylan and Alan, head down to Ormondstown GAA club and get involved with the hurling and football teams. The summer is full of fun as the boys all get into playing GAA – well, apart from Alan, who’s more into studying the opposition, and checking out the GAA stats. Eoin and Dylan take part in a hurling and football blitz against other clubs in the county and find some of the skills they’ve developed in rugby translate well to their native sports.
Eoin Madden is back at school, and on the Senior Cup team, but he’s not enjoying the game as much as he used to. He’s such a good player that he’s been promoted to the rugby Senior Cup Team early and he can’t get used to playing with lads two years bigger and older than him – especially when his pals are all still playing at the younger age-level. Alongside his rugby worries, Eoin is concerned about a rugby ghost he’s never met before – George Stack, the very first captain of Ireland’s first rugby team in the 19th Century.
Gerard Siggins Rugby Spirit Series Collection 3 Books Set (Football Spirit, Gaelic Spirit, Rugby Rookie)