|Full name||Henry Joseph Caples|
|Died||17 October 1933
St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney
|1919–23||New South Wales||4||1||0||0||3|
|Source: Yesterday's Hero|
He played 110 matches for the club in the years (1916-23 & 1929). A five-eighth, Caples captained Easts to the club's fourth premiership in 1923, scoring two tries in that match.
Caples was selected for the 1921–22 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain. He played for Australia in two Tests on tour and 22 minor tour matches. During his career he represented for three different states New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria.
Caples died after contracting Meningitis at the relatively young age of 35. A large funeral was held for him and he was buried at Randwick Cemetery. He was survived by his wife Dorothy and three young children. 
- Obituary, Harry Caples :Catholic Freemans Journal, Sydney, 2 Nov 1933
- Whiticker, Alan & Collis, Ian (2006) The History of Rugby League Clubs, New Holland, Sydney
- Andrews, Malcolm (2006) The ABC of Rugby League Austn Broadcasting Corpn, Sydney
- Queensland representatives at qrl.com.au
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