June 26, 2022

Facebook exclusive: We just inducted four more members to the 81stminute.com Hall of Fame

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In an exclusive for our amazing Facebook friends, we admitted FOUR more entries into the81stminute.com Hall of Fame.

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Australia 6 games
New South Wales 12 games
Queensland 4 games
British Empire 1 game
Club: Premiership-winner at Wests Magpies and named in their Team of the Century, Parramatta, Leeds, Dewsbury, Hunslet, Ipswich, Toowoomba.
Coached Australia to their first Ashes victory in thirty years. Also coached Parramatta, Canterbury and Wests.

Australia 7 games
Queensland 18 games
New South Wales 2 games
Club: Balmain, Wests Magpies, Sydney Uni, Ipswich.
Dally Messenger regarded Craig as the best player he ever saw. Won several premierships at the Tigers. Played for Australia at fullback, centre, halfback and hooker.
Coached Wests Magpies, Canterbury and North Sydney.

Australia 11 games
New South Wales 5 games
Club: Balmain.
The competition’s top point’s scorer in 1916 and 1917 and won six premiership’s with the Tigers. At 18, he played 20 games on tour for the Kangaroos in 1911-1912.
Coached Balmain.

Australia 13 games
New South Wales 32 games
Club: Eastern Suburbs.
A second-row forward, Pearce won four premierships with Easts in 1935, 1936, 1937 and 1940. Son of Sandy Pearce. The first father-son to represent the Kangaroos in rugby league.
Coached Eastern Suburbs.

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