Vale

Vale – Bill Widders

Member #32023 A proud member of the Men of League Foundation, Bill loved rugby league and the journey it took him on through life.

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Vale – Les Harris

Member #13806 Loyal Men of League Foundation member Les Harris has sadly passed away. A talented footballer in his youth growing up in Sydney, Les continued playing the game he loved throughout his life and is a life member of Group 7 ...

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Vale – Alan Scott

Born 5 July 1939 Passed Away 15 July 2018 1967 Premiership winner, Alan Scott, sadly passed away on Sunday 15 July, aged 79.

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Vale – John Sydney Ross

Men of League Foundation Member #174 Born 20 October 1931 Passed Away 28 June 2018 Sadly on 28 June 2018, a wonderful 86-year old gentleman by the name of John Sydney Ross OAM passed away.

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Vale – Brian Hodges, Bruce Smith, John Neden and Peter Thompson

Four prominent men within the Illawarra rugby league community passed away recently. The four men were Brian Hodges (passed away 30 June), Bruce Smith (30 June), John Neden (1 July) and Peter Thompson (2 July).

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Vale – John Kelly

John Kelly. Born 19 November 1946, Passed Away 22 June 2018. John played rugby league for North Tamworth, before representing Northern Division and NSW Country, where he then progressed on to be Captain/Coach in Nambucca Heads and Macksville.

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Vale – Mal Breen

Men of League Foundation Member #6701 Bundaberg lost one of its finest sporting identities last Thursday night with the passing of Malcolm John Breen after bravely battling illness during the last months of his life.

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Vale – Fonda Metassa

One of rugby league’s great characters, Fonda “The Golden Greek” Metassa, has passed away, aged 80 after a long period of ill health.

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Vale – Neville Hornery

Men of League Foundation Member #1164 It is a with a heavy heart that we say goodbye to Neville ‘The Hornet’ Hornery.

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Vale – Mike Higgison

Queensland Rugby League historian, contributor and ardent support Mike Higgison, 50, sadly passed away in the early hours of Tuesday May 1 due to an inoperable brain tumour.

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