|Full name||Walter Messenger|
|Died||1961 (aged 69–70)|
|1913–14||New South Wales||2||0||0||0||0|
|Source: Yesterday's Hero|
Wally Messenger (1891–1961) was an Australian international rugby league footballer of the 1910s. He was a state and national representative whose club career was played with Eastern Suburbs in the New South Wales Rugby Football League premiership. He was the younger brother of league great Dally Messenger.
He made two Test appearances for Australia national rugby league team in the 1914 domestic Ashes series kicking three goals on debut and scoring a try in the deciding test of the series. He represented for New South Wales in one match against Queensland in 1914.
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