|Full name||Elwyn Albury Walters|
25 June 1943 |
Murwillumbah, New South Wales
Walters came to South Sydney in the mid-1960s from the Brisbane Norths club. He was a tough hooker forward noted for his dummy half play and uncompromising defence.
He won five premierships, three with Souths (1967, 1968 and 1970) and two with Eastern Suburbs (1974 and 1975). Walters missed the premiership victory by Souths in the 1971 grand final through injury. During the 1976 NSWRFL season, Walters played in the forwards, helping Eastern Suburbs to victory in their unofficial 1976 World Club Challenge match against British champions St. Helens in Sydney.
Whilst playing for the Rabbitohs, Walters was selected to represent Australia on two Kangaroo tours of Great Britain and France (1968 and 1973) and for two World Cup tournaments (1970 and 1972).
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