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Mickey O

Mickey O
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S0003660320 092 O'Lo
Adult Non Fiction Biographies   Griffith . Available .  
S0003642990 092 O'Lo
Adult Non Fiction   Hay . Available .  
S0003913715 092 O'Lo
Adult Non Fiction   Narrandera . Available .  
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ISBN 9780733329593
Call Number 092 O'Lo
Author O'Loughlin, Michael
Title Mickey O
Publication details Pymble : ABC Books division of HarperCollins Publishers 2012
Notes Includes index.
When Michael O'Loughlin was drafted by the Sydney Swans at just 17 years of age, he was the no. 40 selection and the last player picked. Back then he could not have imagined the extraordinary future that awaited him: the numerous awards and accolades, the respect and admiration of fellow players, a huge number of personal supporters, and a record-breaking 303 games in the red and white. This is the inspiring story of Michael's life from the childhood lessons of hard work and self-belief imparted to him by his mother, Muriel, to the discovery of the stunning sporting ability which would take him into the elite legions of AFL. By 2009, Michael had broken the Swans' games record. He had kicked more goals for the club than anyone except the legendary Bob Pratt. He played more finals for the Swans than any other, and became one of just three Indigenous players in the history of the sport to reach 300 games. MICKY O is the extraordinary story of a kid who combined his talent with sheer determination to become one of the greatest AFL players of all time.
Subject Added Entry - Personal Name O'Loughlin, Michael
Subject Added Entry - Topical Athletes, Aboriginal Australian Australia
Australian football players New South Wales Sydney
Personal Name Main, Jim 1943-
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