Bruce Walker (rugby league)
8 June 1952 |
|Position||Prop, Second-row, Lock|
|Source: Rugby League Project and Yesterday's Hero|
Bruce Walker (born 8 June 1952) is an Australian former rugby league footballer of the 1970s and 1980s. An Australian Kangaroos and Queensland Maroons representative second-row or lock forward, he played club football in Brisbane with Eastern Suburbs before moving to Sydney to play with the North Sydney Bears for seven seasons between 1971-1977, and later Manly-Warringah with whom he won the 1978 Grand Final and played for six seasons between 1978-1983. Walker was then selected to go on the 1978 Kangaroo tour, playing in 8 matches.
Following his retirement as a player Walker became chairman of the South Australian Rugby League.
- Alan Whitacker: Encyclopedia of Rugby League Players. 2005
- 'Bruce Walker' at fogs.com.au
- 'Bruce Walker' at yesterdayshero.com.au
- 'Queensland representative listing' at qrl.com.au
- 'Bears History: Legends' at northsydneybears.com.au
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