|Full name||Anthony Gilbert Swann|
Source: Rugby League Project
Anthony Gilbert Swann (born 1975) is a New Zealand former rugby league player who represented both New Zealand and Samoa in international rugby league. He was educated at Liston College, Henderson.
Swann's career started with the Waitakere City Raiders in the 1994 Lion Red Cup, before he signed with the Auckland Warriors, joining there reserve grade side. He made the Warriors' first grade side in 1996 and played 36 times for the club. He was a New Zealand representative in 1996, playing in three test matches.
After this Swann spent a year with the North Sydney Bears where he was in the lineup for North Sydney's last ever first grade game against The North Queensland Cowboys in Townsville scoring a try. And spent a season and a half with the Canberra Raiders before moving to England to join the Warrington Wolves. Swann played for Samoa at the 2000 World Cup.
Swann is now a teacher at Overseas Family School in Singapore located at Pasir Ris.
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- Anthony Swann Rugby League in New Zealand