Did you know that Bob Fulton also played a game of international rugby union? Though it is not classed as such.
After he was conscripted into the army (stationed at base 5RAR in Sydney he was one of the lucky ones who didn't get sent to Vietnam, and because he was in Sydney the army allowed him to continue his league career with Manly), Bozo represented the Australian Combined Services in a rugby union game against the touring All Blacks at North Sydney Oval on 12 June 1968. The All Blacks won the game 45-8 with Bozo playing fly-half (5/8).
5RAR was the 5th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment. Born in 1965 it based at the Holdsworthy Barracks and did two tours of Vietnam. Fulton was assigned to artillery during the first tour working mainly as a PE instructor and in rugby leagues off-season was involved in transporting troops to the combat zone on board the aircraft carrier HMAS Sydney. After 5RAR's second tour of Vietnam ended, it was linked with 7RAR to become 5/7RAR with headquarters now in Darwin and has since seen action in the Gulf War, East Timor and Afghanistan.
Bob Fulton's military rank was Lance Bombardier, the artillery equivalent of a Lance Corporal (for those not familiar with military ranks, he was basically one step up from a Private).
The Incomparable Immortal shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary him, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will for ever remember him