Rothmans Medallists

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  1. Allan Langer
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    Allan Langer

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    Allan "Alfie" Jeffrey Langer AM (born 30 July 1966 in Ipswich, Queensland) is an Australian former multi-award-winning rugby league footballer of the 1980s, 90s and 2000s who works as an assistant coach for the Australian national team and Brisbane Broncos. He was one of the pre-eminent Half Backs of his era, representing Australia on many occasions and holding the record for most State of Origin appearances, until being surpassed by his club, state & country team-mate Darren Lockyer. Langer played most of his career as captain of the Brisbane Broncos, with whom he won the 1992 Clive Churchill Medal and Rothmans Medal, as well as four premierships and the club's player of the year award a record five times. The Allan Langer Medal, which is the Ipswich Jets' player of the year award was named in his honour. Alfie's Bar at the Broncos Leagues Club is also named after him.


  2. Brad Fittler
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    Brad Fittler

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    Bradley Scott "Freddy" Fittler (born 5 February 1972) is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer and coach who currently works as a commentator and as a television presenter. As a player, Fittler captained both New South Wales and Australia, and in 2000 was awarded the Golden Boot award. He retired as the most-capped New South Wales State of Origin player and third-most-capped Australian international player. Fittler has been named among the finest rugby league footballers of the first century of rugby league in Australia. Fittler coached in the NRL for the Sydney Roosters between 2007 and 2009 and for the City New South Wales team in the City vs. Country clash frm 2010 to 2013. He also represented the Sydney Roosters in the 2014 Auckland Nines, and scored one intercept try.


  3. David Fairleigh
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    David Fairleigh

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    David Fairleigh (born 1 September 1970 in Wyoming, New South Wales) is an Australian rugby league coach and former professional footballer of the 1990s and 2000s. An Australian international and New South Wales State of Origin representative forward, he played the majority of his club football in Australia for the North Sydney Bears, winning 1994's Rothmans Medal. This was followed by a season at the Newcastle Knights, and another in England at St Helens, with whom he won the 2001 Challenge Cup final before retiring. He is currently the head coach of the Central Coast Bears and the Cook Islands national side.


  4. Geoff Bugden
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    Geoff Bugden

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    Geoff Bugden (born 6 September 1960) is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer of the 1980s. He played for the Newtown Jets and the Parramatta Eels in the Australian New South Wales Rugby League competition. He won two premierships with the Eels and he primarily played in the front-row.


  5. Kevin Hastings
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    Kevin Hastings

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    Kevin 'Horrie' Hastings (born 5 January 1957 in Surry Hills, New South Wales) is an Australian retired multi-award winning rugby league footballer of the 1970s and 80s. He played in Australia's New South Wales Rugby League Football Competition (NSWRL). One of the Eastern Suburbs clubs favourite sons, debuting with the club in 1976 until his final match in 1987. He is the father of current Sydney Roosters player Jackson Hastings.


  6. Steve Rogers (rugby league)
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    Steve Rogers (rugby league)

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    Steve Rogers (29 November 1954 – 3 January 2006) was an Australian rugby league footballer of the 1970s and 80s. He played for the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks and St. George Dragons teams in the New South Wales Rugby League premiership competition and for Widnes in the English Championship, usually in the position of centre. Rogers represented New South Wales and Australia captaining the national team once in 1981.


  7. Tommy Raudonikis
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    Tommy Raudonikis

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    Tommy Raudonikis OAM (born 13 April 1950 in Cowra, New South Wales) is an Australian former rugby league footballer and coach. He played over twenty-nine Tests and World Cup games as Australia representative halfback and captained his country in two Tests of the 1973 Kangarooo tour.


  8. Ray Price (rugby)
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    Ray Price (rugby)

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    Ray Price OAM, is an Australian former dual-code international (rugby union and rugby league) footballer. He was nicknamed 'Mr Perpetual Motion' for his hard, intimidating style of play in league at lock forward. Price played rugby league for Sydney's Parramatta Eels club with whom he won four NSWRL premierships, a Dally M Medal and a Rothmans Medal. He also played in State of Origin for New South Wales. Price is also a bowel cancer survivor and an ambassador for Brown Ribbon Day.


  9. Ken Maddison
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    Ken Maddison

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    Ken Maddison is an Australian former rugby league footballer of the 1960s and 70s. He played in the New South Wales Rugby Football League premiership for the St. George Dragons (with whom he won the 1966 premiership) and later the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks (whom he captained). He was also a state and national representative, playing four Tests for Australia in 1973.


  10. Jason Taylor (rugby league)
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    Jason Taylor (rugby league)

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    Jason Taylor (born 2 February 1971) is an Australian professional rugby league football coach and former player, who is the current head coach of the Wests Tigers of the NRL. He was previously head coach of the Parramatta Eels and South Sydney Rabbitohs clubs. A New South Wales State of Origin representative goal-kicking halfback of the 1990s and early 2000s, Taylor set a number of point-scoring and appearance records in the National Rugby League during a twelve-year career with the Western Suburbs Magpies, North Sydney Bears, Northern Eagles and Parramatta Eels.


  11. Terry Hughes (rugby league)
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    Terry Hughes (rugby league)

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    Terry Hughes is an Australian former rugby league footballer of the 1960s and 70s. After playing for the Wentworthville club in Sydney's second division, he was signed by first grade New South Wales Rugby Football League premiership club Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks to be their halfback in their first season. Also the new club's goal-kicker, that year Hughes was the Sharks' top-point scorer. He was also Cronulla-Sutherland's first representative player, turning out for Sydney Seconds against Country in the club's debut season. The following season he won the inaugural Rothmans Medal for best and fairest player in 1968. Following the Sharks' signing of Tommy Bishop, Hughes returned to Wentworthville to play out the rest of his career.


  12. Kevin Junee
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    Kevin Junee

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  13. Mick Cronin
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    Mick Cronin

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    Michael Walter "Mick" Cronin (born (1971-07-17)July 17, 1971) is the current head coach of the University of Cincinnati Bearcats men's basketball team.


  14. Graham Eadie
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    Graham Eadie

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    Graham "Wombat" Eadie (born 25 November 1953, Lidcombe, New South Wales), is an Australian former rugby league footballer of the 1970s and 80s who has been named amongst the nation's finest of the 20th century. A New South Wales State of Origin and Australian international representative fullback, he played in Australia during Manly-Warringah's dominance of the NSWRFL competition during the 1970s. He won four premierships with them and his 1,917 points in first grade and 2,070 points in all grades were both records at the time of his retirement. Eadie also played in England for Halifax, winning the Challenge Cup final of 1987 with them. He also won World Cups with Australia and collected awards such as the Rothmans Medal and Lance Todd Trophy.


  15. Peter Sterling
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    Peter Sterling

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    Peter Maxwell John "Sterlo" Sterling OAM (born 16 June 1960 in Toowoomba, Queensland) is an Australian rugby league commentator and former player. He was one of the all-time great halfbacks and a major contributor to Parramatta Eels' dominance of the New South Wales Rugby League premiership in the 1980s. Sterling played eighteen Tests for the Australian national team between 1982 and 1988. He also played in thirteen State of Origins for New South Wales, winning man of the match on four occasions. He played in four premiership-winning sides with Parramatta in 1981–1983 and 1986 and has been inducted into the Australian Rugby League Hall of Fame. His time spent playing for English club Hull F.C. also earned him membership in their hall of fame.


  16. Mark Sargent
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    Mark Sargent

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    Mark Sargent is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer of the 1980s and '90s. A New South Wales State of Origin and Australian international representative forward, he played in the NSWRL premiership for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and Newcastle Knights, winning the Rothmans Medal in 1989 while playing for Newcastle.


  17. Ewan McGrady
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    Ewan McGrady

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    Ewan McGrady (born in Moree, New South Wales) is an Australian retired rugby league footballer. He played for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs and the Western Suburbs Magpies. In the 1991 season McGrady was possibly the best player in the New South Wales Rugby League premiership, winning the Rothmans Medal and was also named Rugby League Week's player of the year.


  18. Wayne Pearce
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    Wayne Pearce

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    Wayne John Pearce OAM (born 29 March 1960 in Balmain, New South Wales) is an Australian former rugby league footballer and coach. An athletic lock forward for the Balmain Tigers, he was affectionately known as 'Junior'. Pearce represented New South Wales in the State of Origin Series as well as the Australian national rugby league team.


  19. Mick Cronin (rugby league)
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    Mick Cronin (rugby league)

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    Michael William "Mick" Cronin OAM (born 28 June 1951 in Kiama, New South Wales) is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer and coach. He was a goal-kicking centre for the Australian national team and a stalwart for the Parramatta Eels club. He played in 22 Tests and 11 World Cup matches between 1973 and 1982. Cronin retired as the NSWRL Premiership's and the Australian Kangaroos' all-time highest point-scorer and has since been named amongst the nation's finest footballers of the 20th century.


  20. Gavin Miller
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    Gavin Miller

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    Gavin John Miller (born 4 January 1960 in Inverell, New South Wales) is an Australian former rugby league footballer of the 1970s and 80s. An Australian international and New South Wales State of Origin representative forward, he played the majority of his club football for the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks and is an Immortal of the club. He won two successive Dally M Player of the Year awards in 1988 and 1989.


  21. Paul Green (rugby league)
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    Paul Green (rugby league)

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    Paul Green is an Australian professional rugby league football coach and former player of the 1990s and 2000s. He is currently the head coach for the North Queensland Cowboys of the National Rugby League. A Queensland State of Origin and Australian international representative halfback, he played for several clubs throughout his career and won the Rothmans Medal in 1995.


  22. Terry Lamb
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    Terry Lamb

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    Terry Lamb OAM, (born 15 September 1961) is an Australian former rugby league footballer and coach. He played 349 games, with Wests (1980–1983), and Canterbury (1984–1996). Lamb was known for his support of the ball-carrier - his ability to be in the right place at the right time netted him 164 tries. This earned him the moniker of "The Back-up Man". He also kicked 386 goals and 44 field goals, for 1,442 points in first grade. He played for New South Wales in State of Origin and Australia. Lamb holds the distinction of being the only player to appear in every match of a Kangaroo Tour.


  23. Ray Higgs
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    Ray Higgs

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    Ray Higgs (born 1950) is an Australian former rugby league footballer of the 1970s. An Australian international and Queensland representative forward, he played club football for the Parramatta Eels for three seasons between 1975-1977 and Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles for one season 1978 in the NSWRFL.


  24. Ricky Stuart
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    Ricky Stuart

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    Ricky Stuart (born 7 January 1967 in Queanbeyan, New South Wales, Australia) is an Australian rugby league football coach, a former player of the 1980s and 90s and the current head coach of the Canberra Raiders rugby league team. He was also the head coach of the New South Wales State of Origin team, having replaced Craig Bellamy following a fifth consecutive failure in the 2010 series. Stuart had previously been coach of the Australian national side, and has coached National Rugby League clubs, the Sydney Roosters (taking them to three consecutive grand finals from 2002–2004), Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks and the Parramatta Eels.


  25. Gavin Miller
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    Gavin Miller

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    Air Marshal Sir Graham Anthony 'Dusty' Miller, KBE (born 31 October 1951) is a retired senior Royal Air Force officer.


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