|Born||30 September 1930|
|Died|| (aged 85)
Greymouth, New Zealand
George Menzies (30 September 1930 – 16 March 2016) was a New Zealand rugby league player and coach who represented his country at three World Cups and coached New Zealand at another World Cup. In 2007 he was named the greatest stand-off half back New Zealand had ever produced.
Menzies was a New Zealand schoolboys representative in 1946.
A Runanga club player, Menzies was a West Coast and South Island representative. Menzies played in 69 games, including twenty-nine test matches for the New Zealand Kiwis, participating in three World Cups.
Menzies was selected to go on the 1955–56 New Zealand rugby tour of Great Britain and France.
In 1974 and 1975 he was the coach of the Kiwis, taking the team to the 1975 World Cup.
In 2009 Menzies was named in the NZRL's team of the century.
Menzies died in Greymouth on 16 March 2016, aged 85.
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New Zealand Kiwis