WE have two copies of Eric Chisnall’s ‘Balls, Gloves and Glory’ biography to give away.
Written with Andy Quirke, the book depicts an extraordinary sporting family who rose to become stars in Rugby League and Boxing.
Three of the brothers won Rugby League’s Challenge Cup and two represented Great Britain on Lions tours of Australia.
Eric has spent more than 40 years at St Helens as a player and now part of the coaching staff. His legacy includes developing a number of the modern-day greats including James Graham, Jonny Lomax and James Roby.
Dave, best known for his spells at Warrington and Leigh, was the youngest Great Britain International to tour Australia when the lions won the ashes in 1970.
Les was a member of the inspirational Leigh team that lifted the Challenge Cup in 1971 against the odds when facing massive favourites, Leeds.
John was a professional boxer who developed a reputation as a tough fighter and later coached many successful athletes in the sport at his St Helens gym.
You can have a personalised copy of the biography presented to you on the pitch at half time of the Easter Monday Saints v Castleford game alongside two tickets in the South Stand.
All you have to do is answer the following question:
How many Chisnall brothers won the Challenge Cup?
Send your answers to [email protected] by 5pm Thursday to be in with a chance of winning this prize.
Eric will be signing copies of the book in the Saints Superstore before Monday’s game from 12pm – 2pm and will then be in store for half an hour after the final whistle.
He will also be on Radio Merseyside’s Try Time programme from 6pm – 7pm this Thursday.