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Discussion in 'Rugby League Trivia' started by sue ridgepipe, Jan 27, 2005.

  1. sue ridgepipe

    sue ridgepipe Active Member

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    a bit tougher.prior to walker who was the last dual international forward and back at eastern suburbs.
     
  2. Matabele

    Matabele Well-Known Member

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  3. Matabele

    Matabele Well-Known Member

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    or Russell Fairfax
     
  4. Canteen Worker

    Canteen Worker Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Brett Papworth I think! He made a lot of breaks but didn't score too many tries!!!!
     
  5. Larry Tate

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    Scott Gourlay,John Brass?
     
  6. Matabele

    Matabele Well-Known Member

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    Yep, Scott Gourley.

    Papworth didn't play for the Kangaroos.
     
  7. Canteen Worker

    Canteen Worker Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Oops - right about Papworth. Not sure about Gourley - looks good though!
     
  8. Matabele

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    Gourley. I remember him scoring a slashing try in the first test against the Lions for the Wobblies in 1989. He was blindisde breakaway. Campese lost that series for us with his infamous clanger in the 3rd test.

    He went to St George in 1990 and made several appearances in the Roos jumper.
     
  9. sue ridgepipe

    sue ridgepipe Active Member

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    gourlet right.what about the back.
     
  10. PEPSI

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    john brass was my initial thought ?
     
  11. Biscuits

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    I really havent given this any thought yet but ill have a wild stab at Martin Offiah. You never said he was an aussie.
     
  12. Canteen Worker

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    He was a dual international and was certainly there after Brass!
     
  13. Canteen Worker

    Canteen Worker Well-Known Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    Does Mark Harris playing American Football qualify him as a dual international.?
     
  14. Fluffy

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    I would think only if he was picked for his countries team.
     
  15. Biscuits

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    He would have to represent a nation to be considered an international. He didnt do that with gridiron
     
  16. Fluffy

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    There is an Australian team for gridiron - hardly the level of league and union but its an international team. If he played for them then he would technically be a dual international. Although i doubt its the person sue is after.
     
  17. sue ridgepipe

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    Offiah was there in 93.
     
  19. sue ridgepipe

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    offiahs last year was 89 if im not mistaken.if he was there after that he didnt score a try in 4 years.

    i didnt know he played rugby for england.when was that.
     
  20. fLIP

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    I remember watching offia play for england but can't remember the year. All I can say it that I would have been only 5 in 80 and I doubt I would have remembered him then. He was sooo bloody fast!
     

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