August 2013
Rugby League Week;8/8/2013, Issue 32, p62
The article offers information on the rugby league football player Graeme Langlands. It mentions that Langlands had 34 Tests from 1962 to 1974, played 36 times for New South Wales and was captain-coach on the third of his three Kangaroo tours. It states that he leads the Australian team in 1975, played 228 games for St. George, scored 1554 points for them and scored more than his share of tries.


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