Let’s start with some sad news from Australia overnight.
The great Norm Provan of Australia’s rugby league died at the age of 89.
The second row from the Libalina region of New South Wales made its debut in St. George Dragons in 1951 in the first grade and participated in 10 of the club’s 11 consecutive Grand Final wins from 1956 to 1965. , The latter five times served as captain coach. ..
He was inducted into the Australian Rugby League (ARL) and International Rugby League Hall of Fame in 2004, was named ARL Team of the Century in 2008, and was awarded immortal status in 2018.
His club, now known as St. George’s Irawara Dragons, said he died Wednesday after a long fight against illness, and board member Craig Young called him “a symbolic and important part of St. George’s rich history. I called it “the part”.
NRL’s Twitter post, “Legend, Icon, Immortal,” is a scene based on a pair of photos following the 1963 Grand Final, a grand final trophy similar to the muddy Provins that embraces Captain Arthur Summons in the western suburbs. With an image showing. The summons died in May 2020.
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