Brett Le Man
Brett Le Man was an Australian professional rugby league footballer of the 1980s.
The curly-haired back-rower played in the Brisbane Rugby League (BRL) for the Easts Tigers and Brisbane Brothers, winning a first-grade premiership with both clubs (Easts 1983, Brothers 1987). Le Man went on to play for the Brisbane Broncos between 1988 and 1991, notching up 38 games and scoring 9 tries. He scored the Broncos' first ever try in a premiership match. It was against Manly and he scored from the scraps of a Craig Grauf bomb.
He now owns his own company and has two kids.
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