Darren used to be a professional rugby league player in Australia. Many consider him as the greatest player of all time. Now, he is the captain of the Australian National Team. He is also the captain of his NRL club, Brisbane Broncos and the Queensland State of Origin Team. He broke the record for the most games during 2009 and the most tries for the national team of Australia in 2010. His achievements and the way he plays with passion makes him one of the best and most famous rugby players of all time.
Craig Wing is a professional rugby league player. Craig Wing became popular in rugby back in March 13, 1988 during the Souths vs. Warrios game at the Ericsson Stadium. He was Born on December 26 1979, in Sydney, New South Wales. He graduated at the Sydney Boys High School in Sydney, Australia. He won the Cleo Magazine’s yearly Bachelor of the Year Award back in 2000.
Clive Bernard Churchill
Clive was a famous Australian rugby league player of the mid-20th century. He was also a coach and he used to be a representative fullback to Queensland, New South Wales and the Australian international. He spent most of his career with the South Sydney rabbitohs as a fullback, and later on as a coach. He got five premiership awards as a player and he won three as a coach. He is considered as one of the greatest players of the game to the point that the man-of-the-match in every game these days are awarded with the Clive Churchill Medal. He also made the fullback’s responsibility more offensive with his flaring skills as a fullback.
Arthur Henry “Artie” Beetson
Arthur is a famous rugby league player born in Roma, Queensland, on January 22, 1945. He used to be a football player and a coach. He played for Queensland from 1964 to 1981. He was a prop and he was the first indigent who became the captain of the team at any sport in Australia. He was the best forward in Australia after the war. He is also one of the best coach in Australia. He coached for the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks, Redcliffe Dolphins, Eastern Suburbs, Queensland and Australia.
Brian Eryl Bevan
Brian Eryl Bevan was a famous rugby player in Australia. He was born on June 24 1924 and he died on June 3 1991. He was a legendary football league player who was a winger for scoring a world record of 796 tires. He played for the Washington RLFC. He is the only player that was inducted in the Australian and the British rugby league hall of fame. His achievements makes him one of the most famous football league players in Australia.