New South Wales, Australia
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Jack Hampstead was an Australian professional rugby league footballer of the 1940s and coach of the 1950s. A New South Wales state representative lock forward, he played in Sydney's NSWRFL Premiership for the Balmain club. Hampstead later became coach of the Canterbury-Bankstown club. His grandson is National Rugby League referee Sean Hampstead.
For the 1953 season, Hampstead became the Canterbury-Bankstown coach. Of that year's eighteen matches, he won nine, and lost seven. However, in 1954 he lost fourteen of the eighteen, and won just four. He did not coach first-grade again.
- Whiticker, Alan. "Jack Hampstead". rugbyleagueproject.org. Shawn Dollin, Andrew Ferguson and Bill Bates. Retrieved 21 August 2013.
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