JOHNNY SEXTON DREAMED OF BECOMING A RUGBY LEGEND FROM THE MOMENT HE WAS BORN.
He enjoyed success from a young age, playing on school teams and donning the famous blue jersey of Leinster. There was one team he wanted to play for more than anything else: Ireland.
But someone was standing in his way. The Irish team already had a star fly half in Ronan O’Gara and he wasn’t ready to give up his place. So began one of the great rivalries of Irish sport. Could Johnny go all the way to kick Ireland to grand slam glory?
Go, Johnny, Go is the incredible story of how Johnny Sexton became one of the greatest rugby players of all time.
‘An accessible and entertaining biography for young sports fans, especially appealing for reluctant readers….with all the thrill and excitement of compelling sport commentary.’ Children’s Books Ireland
Paul O’Flynn is an RTÉ News and Sport presenter and journalist. A graduate of DCU with a BA in Journalism and an MA in International Relations, he is also currently an associate lecturer at his alma mater. He is a keen sportsperson and amateur swimmer, and in 2018 he was the winner of the Liffey Swim.