The Converts: Changing Codes

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Kiwis used to define ourselves as either League or Union supporters - never both. Not any more. In the rarified world of professional sport, the divisions between two traditional rival codes have been blown away. Top players have switched in the past - acrimoniously and mostly from 'amateur' Union to 'professional' league. Now the traffic is constant, both ways and highly lucrative. In a revealing look at the loyalties, the lure of the big dollar and the life-changing experiences of top flight more...
ISBN:9780730491927
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Unique Words: 4,704
Avg Sentence (words): 21.74
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Chapters: 24
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Adult Reading Time:4:19
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Profanity: 19
SAT Words: 539
Reading Level:10.1
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