Book Launch: ‘The Trials of Jack Broadstock’ by Michael Sexton (May 25)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Known as “the most talented footballer” Jack Dyer has ever seen, Jack Broadstock started at West Adelaide and went on to feature prominently for Richmond.

 

Michael Sexton has now brought Broadstock’s life to a new book, which will be launched on Tuesday May 25 at 6.30pm.

 

The launch will be held at West Adelaide Football Club, 57 Milner St, Richmond.

 

Meals and the bar will be available, with part proceeds going to WAFC History Group. Books will be on sale.

 

Feel free to come on down and secure a great new read!

 

If you can’t make it but would like a copy of the book, contact us HERE.

 

 

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About Michael Sexton

Michael Sexton is a freelance journo in SA. His scribblings include "The Summer of Barry", "Chappell's Last Stand" and the biography of Neil Sachse.

Comments

  1. Kevin Densley says

    Had never heard of Jack Broadstock, but a little reading has shown me the great potential for an interesting book on his life and career. I look forward to getting my hands on a copy of this biography at some stage.

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