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In a rugby league legend’s own words




My parents travelled from Europe by sea in late 1949. They arrived in Sydney with my older brothers, twins aged two, and a suitcase. I was born while they were living in a migrant hostel at Bathurst.


Started school at the Brigidine convent in Cowra. While not exactly a Rhodes scholar, I learnt from the nuns all about football, discipline and respect for people.


Joined the RAAF in Wagga as an apprentice airframe fitter, then…

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