Date of birth
13 June 1887 
Place of birth
Annandale, NSW 
Date of death
25 March 1959
Place of death
Drummoyne, New South Wales
Rugby league career
Rugby union career
Robert Stuart (1887–1959) was an Australian rugby union and rugby league player and represented his country at both sports - a dual-code rugby international.
Annandale, New South Wales, Stuart represented for the Wallabies as a flanker in the drawn two Test series in 1910 against the touring All Blacks.
After switching to the professional code in 1911 he was selected to tour Great Britain with the
1911–12 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain led by Chris McKivat. He played in two tour matches. Stuart is listed on the Australian Players Register as Kangaroo No. 84. 
Charles McMurtie and Peter Burge, Stuart made his international league debut in a 1911 tour match but did not play in any Tests. Collectively they are likely to have been Australia's 17th to 19th dual code rugby internationals.
Robert Stuart had five children where they lived in Drummoyne NSW.
References [ edit ]
Sources [ edit ]
Andrews, Malcolm (2006)
The ABC of Rugby League, Austn Broadcasting Corpn, Sydney
Whiticker, Alan & Hudson, Glen (2006) The Encyclopedia of Rugby League Players, Gavin Allen Publishing, Sydney Whiticker, Alan (2004)
Captaining the Kangaroos, New Holland, Sydney