|Full name||John Edward Lindwall|
|Born||20 December 1918
Mascot, New South Wales
|Died||17 June 2000 (age 81)
Connells Point, New South Wales
|Source: stats.rleague.com, nrlstats.com|
Jack Lindwall (1918-2000) was an Australian rugby league footballer of the 1930s and 1940s. A prolific try-scoring three-quarter back, he played his entire New South Wales Rugby Football League career with the St. George Dragons club. He is also the older brother of Australian Cricket Hall of Fame inaugural inductee and fellow rugby league player, Ray Lindwall.
At St.George, Lindwall set records for both most tries and points in a match. He scored 5 tries in a match on 5 different occasions. He scored 6 tries in a match against Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in 1947 and also kicked 9 goals in the same match, scoring a club record of 36 points in a match. He also played in St. George's Grand Final teams of 1942 and 1946 and retired as the club's all-time top try-scorer, a record not surpassed until Eddie Lumsden in 1966 and Johnny King in the 1960s.
- Jack Lindwall at rugbyleagueproject.org
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