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Benji, Benji Marshall: my game, my story

Benji, Benji Marshall: my game, my story
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253
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2011 by Hachette Australia
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4.0

"Benji equals anybody I've seen in terms of flair, and making something happen he is a remarkable talent, born out of living on the edge. That's the way he is. He was made to be a footballer..." -Wayne Bennett

Benji Marshall is a sporting superstar- a once in a generation player.
This is his story- from growing up in a small NZ town, born to a young mother (and a father he's never met) to today- winner of the Golden Boot Award, and acknowledged
as the best rugby league player in the world.
He was a natural player from the very beginning. He was just 18 years of age and on a sporting scholarship at the Gold Coast school, when he first played for Wests Tigers against Newcastle and he's played for Wests ever since.
He's been a part of the stunning Grand Final victory against the North Queensland Cowboys, New Zealand's victory in the 2008 world cup, and was New Zealand captain when the Kiwis won the Four Nations series in 2010.

This is Benji Marshall as you've never seen him before- an inside account of sport played at the very highest level, by a true master of the game (taken from back and inside cover respectively)

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