August 2013
Rugby League Week;8/8/2013, Issue 32, p72
An interview with professional rugby league player John Cogger is presented. When compared with his brother Trevor Cogger, a professional rugby league football player for Western Suburbs Magpies, he mentions that Trevor is smarter, and quicker than him but he was the tougher one. John discusses his games at the rugby league tournaments where in 1983 he broke his jaw as he dived at Wayne Pearce to catch the back of his foot.


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