List of family relations in rugby league

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There have been several families from around the world of which two or more members have been involved in rugby league football at the highest levels since the sport's inception in 1895. Below is an incomplete list of families that have been involved in rugby league.

Adamson Family

Luke Adamson, Salford City Reds, Super League, Halifax, Championship, London Bronco's, England U18's (brother of Tobias Adamson) Tobias Adamson, North Wales Crusaders, Championship, Dewsbury Rams, Championship (brother of Luke Adamson) Joshua Adamson, Leigh East, & Liverpool University

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Abbott family[edit]

  • Edwin Abbott, New Zealand international, uncle of Bill Deacon
  • Bill Deacon, New Zealand international, nephew of Edwin Abbot

Ackland family[edit]

  • Ron Ackland, New Zealand international and Auckland representative player and coach; uncle of John
  • John Ackland, New Zealand international and Auckland representative player; Nephew of Ron

Agar family[edit]

  • Allan Agar, Featherstone and Dewsbury RFL player and coach; father of Richard
  • Richard Agar, Featherstone and Dewsbury RFL player and Super League coach; son of Allan

Ah Mau brothers[edit]

  • Isaak Ah Mau (b. 1982), New Zealand Warriors and North Queensland Cowboys NRL player
  • Leeson Ah Mau (b. 1989), New Zealand Warriors and North Queensland Cowboys NRL player

Alexander brothers[edit]

  • Greg Alexander (b. 1965), Australian international, New South Wales representative and Penrith Panthers player
  • Ben Alexander (1970–1992), Penrith Panthers NSWRL player

Anderson brothers[edit]

  • Vinnie Anderson (b. 1979), New Zealand international, NRL and Super League player
  • Fraser Anderson (b. 1984), Tonga international and NRL player
  • Louis Anderson (b. 1985), New Zealand international, NRL and Super League player

Asher brothers[edit]

Arkwright brothers[edit]

  • John Arkwright, Great Britain international and St. Helens player; father of John and grandfather of Chris
  • John Arkwright, Jr., St Helens player; son of John, Sr. and father of Chris
  • Chris Arkwright, Great Britain international and St Helens player; grandson of John and son of John, Jr.

Aubusson brothers[edit]

B[edit]

Backo family[edit]

  • Sam Backo (b. 1961), Australian international, Queensland representative and Canberra Raiders / Brisbane Broncos player; father of Daniel
  • Daniel Backo (b. 1986), North Queensland Cowboys NRL player; son of Sam

Bailey brothers of Australia[edit]

  • Phil Bailey (b. 1981), Australian international, New South Wales representative and Manly-Warringah/Northern Eagles/Cronulla NRL player
  • Chris Bailey (b. 1982), Newcastle Knights and Manly-Warringah NRL player

Bailey family of New Zealand[edit]

  • Gary Bailey, New Zealand international and brother of Roger and Bob
  • Roger Bailey, New Zealand international and brother of Gary and Bob
  • Bob Bailey, New Zealand international coach and brother of Roger and Gary
  • David Bailey, New Zealand Māori representative and son of Roger

Baitieri family[edit]

  • Tas Baitieri, Penrith and Canterbury-Bankstown NSWRL player, France international coach; father of Jason
  • Jason Baitieri (b. 1989), France international and Sydney Roosters NRL player; son of Tas

Barclay brothers[edit]

Barnes family[edit]

  • Keith Barnes (b. 1934 in Wales), Australian international player; cousin of Gwyl
  • Gwyl Barnes, Eastern Suburbs NSWRFL player; cousin of Keith

Barba Brothers[edit]

  • Ben Barba, Canterbury Bulldogs and Brisbane Broncos player, Indigenous Allstars Rep; older brother of Marmin
  • Marmin Barba, Parramatta Eels, Gold Coast Titans and Brisbane Broncos; younger brother of Ben

Batten family[edit]

  • Billy Batten, English international and Hunslet RFL player; father of Billy, Jr., Eric and Bob and grandfather of Ray
  • Billy Batten, Jr., RFL player; son of Billy, brother of Eric and Bob, and father of Ray
  • Eric Batten, English international and Hunslet RFL player; son of Billy, brother of Billy, Jr. and Bob, and uncle of Ray
  • Bob Batten, RFL player; son of Billy, brother of Billy, Jr. and Eric, and uncle of Ray
  • Ray Batten, English international and Leeds RFL player; grandson of Billy, son of Billy, Jr. and nephew of Eric and Bob

Beardmore brothers[edit]

Bella brothers[edit]

  • Anthony Bella, South Queensland Crushers
  • Martin Bella, Australian international, Queensland representative and North Sydney/Manly-Warringah/Canterbury/North Queensland/Gold Coast player
  • Robert Bella, Australian international

Belsham brothers[edit]

Bell/Friend family[edit]

  • George Bell, New Zealand Māori representative; brother of Ian, Cameron and Cathy
  • Ian Bell, New Zealand and Auckland representative; brother of George, Cameron and Cathy and uncle of Dean, Clayton and Glenn
  • Cameron Bell, New Zealand Māori international coach; brother of George, Ian and Cathy and father of Dean
  • Cathy Friend, Auckland and Māori Rugby League administrator; sister of George, Ian and Cameron, mother of Clayton and Aunt of Dean
  • Dean Bell (b. 1962), New Zealand international player and Leeds Rhinos coach; son of Cameron, nephew of George, Ian and Cathy,cousin of Clayton and Glenn
  • Clayton Friend, New Zealand international; cousin of Dean.
  • Glenn Bell,(rugby league)

Benausse family[edit]

Bennett brothers[edit]

Bentley brothers[edit]

  • Andrew Bentley (b. 1985), France international and Catalans Dragons player
  • Kane Bentley (b. 1987), France international and Catalans Dragons player

Berrigan brothers[edit]

  • Barry Berrigan (b. 1975), Brisbane Broncos player
  • Shaun Berrigan (b. 1978), Australian international and Queensland interstate representative, and Brisbane Broncos player

Bevan family[edit]

  • Rick Bevan, Eastern Suburbs NSWRFL player and father of Brian
  • Brian Bevan (1924–1991), Eastern Suburbs NSWRFL player and son of Rick

Blan brothers[edit]

  • Albert Blan, England international, Swinton, Centre, Loose forward, later Coach.
  • Billy Blan, Great Britain & England international, Wigan, Leeds & St. Helens, Second-row/Loose forward.
  • Jackie Blan, Wigan & Salford Loose forward.

Bolewski brothers[edit]

  • Mick Bolewski (1888-1974), Australian international, Queensland interstate and Bundaberg player
  • Henry Bolewski, Australian international, Queensland interstate, and Glebe and Newtown NSWRFL player; Wales international coach
  • Alec Bolewski, Glebe and Newtown NSWRFL player
  • Walter Bolewski, Queensland representative and Bundaberg player

Bowen family[edit]

  • Matt Bowen (b. 1982), Australian international, Queensland Origin representative and North Queensland Cowboys NRL player; cousin of Brenton
  • Brenton Bowen (b. 1983), North Queensland Cowboys and Gold Coast Titans NRL player; cousin of Matt

Branighan family[edit]

  • Ray Branighan, Australian international, New South Wales representative and South Sydney/Manly-Warringah player; brother of Arthur and uncle of Luke
  • Arthur Branighan, South Sydney Rabbitohs NSWRFL player; brother of Ray
  • Luke Branighan, St George Illawarra Dragons NRL player; nephew of Ray

Brimble brothers[edit]

Bromwich brothers[edit]

Brown brothers[edit]

Bugden brothers[edit]

  • Geoff Bugden (b. 1960), New South Wales representative, Parramatta and Newtown NSWRL player
  • Mark Bugden (b. 1961), Newtown, Canterbury-Bankstown and Parramatta NSWRL player[1]

Burge family[edit]

Burgess family I[edit]

The Burgess' total of 30 Tests is a Great British record for a father and son combination.[2]

Burgess family II[edit]

  • Mark Burgess, RFL player; father of Luke, Sam, Tom and George.
  • Luke Burgess (b. 1987), Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles; son of Mark and brother of Sam, Tom and George.
  • Sam Burgess (b. 1988), English international and South Sydney Rabbitohs forward; son of Mark and brother of Luke, Tom and George
  • Tom burgess (b. 1992), English international and South Sydney Rabbitohs player;son of Mark and brother of Sam, Luke and George
  • George burgess (b. 1992), English international and South Sydney Rabbitohs player ;son of Mark and brother of Sam, Luke and Tom

Burke family[edit]

  • Peter Burke, Manly-Warringah NSWRL and Australian international representative player; father of Matt and Brad
  • Matt Burke, Manly-Warringah and Eastern Suburbs NSWRL player; son of Peter, brother of Brad
  • Brad Burke, Eastern Suburbs NSWRL player; son of Peter, brother of Matt

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Caine brothers[edit]

  • Tony Caine (b. 1986), Cronulla Sharks and St. George Illawarra Dragons NRL player
  • Joel Caine (b. 1978), St. George Dragons/Balmain Tigers/Wests Tigers NRL player
  • Jess Caine (b. 1984), South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL player

Calder/Pongia family[edit]

  • Jim Calder, New Zealand international, grandfather of Quentin Pongia
  • Quentin Pongia, New Zealand international, grandson of Jim Calder

Campbell/Menzies family[edit]

  • Mackie Campbell, Manly-Warringah NSWRFL player; grandfather of Steven Menzies
  • Steven Menzies, Australian international, New South Wales representative, Manly-Warringah/Northern Eagles NRL and Bradford Bulls/Catalans Dragons SL player; grandson of Mackie Campbell

Carlaw brothers[edit]

Cartwright family[edit]

Cayless brothers[edit]

  • Nathan Cayless (b. 1978), New Zealand international and Parramatta Eels player
  • Jason Cayless (b. 1980), New Zealand international and Parramatta, Sydney Roosters, St Helens RLFC & Wests Tigers player

Chase brothers[edit]

Chisnall brothers[edit]

  • Dave Chisnall (b. 1948), English international and St Helens RFL player
  • Eric Chisnall, English international and St Helens RFL player

Clawson family[edit]

Cleal family[edit]

  • Les Cleal, Eastern Suburbs NSWRL player; brother of Noel; uncle of Kane
  • Noel Cleal, Australian international, New South Wales representative, Eastern Suburbs/Manly-Warringah NSWRL and Widnes/Hull RFL player; brother of Les; father of Kane
  • Kane Cleal (b. 1984), Manly-Warringah/South Sydney/Canterbury-Bankstown NRL player; son of Noel

Connell family[edit]

  • Cyril Connell, Sr. (1899–1974) Queensland representative and QRL club player; father of Cyril, Jr.
  • Cyril Connell, Jr. (b. 1928) Australian international, Queensland representative and QRL club player; son of Cyril, Sr.

Cooper brothers[edit]

  • Lionel Cooper, Australian international, New South Wales representative and Eastern Suburbs NSWRFL player
  • Cec Cooper, New South Wales representative and Canterbury-Bankstown NSWRFL player and coach
  • Reg Cooper, Canterbury-Bankstown NSWRFL player
  • Col Cooper, Canterbury-Bankstown NSWRFL player
  • Noel Cooper, St. George NSWRFL player

Coote family[edit]

  • Jack Coote, Eastern Suburbs NSWRFL player; father of Ron
  • Ron Coote (b. 1944), Australian international and Eastern Suburbs NSWRFL player; son of Jack

Corbett family[edit]

Cordner brothers[edit]

  • Dane Cordner, Newcastle Knights player; older brother of Boyd
  • Boyd Cordner, Sydney Roosters player; younger brother of Dane

Coyle brothers[edit]

Coyne brothers[edit]

  • Peter Coyne (b. 1964), St George Dragons NSWRL player
  • Mark Coyne (b. 1967), Australian international, Queensland representative and St George and St George Illawarra NRL player

Cross family[edit]

  • Paul Cross, Eastern Suburbs Roosters NSWRFL player and father of Ryan
  • Ryan Cross (b. 1979), Sydney Roosters NRL player and son of Paul

Cross brothers[edit]

  • Ben Cross (b. 1978), New South Wales State of Origin and Newcastle Knights NRL player
  • Matt Cross (b. 1981), Manly Sea Eagles NRL player

Cubitt brothers[edit]

Cunningham brothers[edit]

D[edit]

Daley family[edit]

  • Doug Daley (? - 1994), Manly-Warringah NSWRFL player and administrator; father of Phil
  • Phil Daley (b. 1964), Australian international, New South Wales Origin representative and Manly-Warringah/Gold Coast Seagulls NSWRL player; son of Doug

Davidson brothers[edit]

De Belin family[edit]

  • Fred de Belin, Australian international and New South Wales interstate representative and Balmain NSWRFL player; grandfather of Jack[3]
  • Jack de Belin, St George Illawarra Dragons' 2011 Toyota Cup player of the year; grandson of Fred

Dimond family[edit]

  • Bobby Dimond, Australian international, New South Wales representative and Western Suburbs NSWRFL player; older brother of Peter and uncle of Craig
  • Peter Dimond, Australian international, New South Wales representative and Western Suburbs NSWRFL player; younger brother of Bobby and father of Craig
  • Craig Dimond, Illawarra Steelers/Cronulla Sutherland Sharks/Canberra Raiders NSWRL player; son of Peter

Dorahy family[edit]

  • John Dorahy (b. 1954), Australian international, New South Wales representative and Western Suburbs/Manly-Warringah/Illawarra Steelers/North Sydney Bears NSWRL and Hull KR/Halifax RFL player and Super League coach; father of Dane
  • Dane Dorahy, Western Suburbs NRL and Halifax RLFC player; son of John

Doyle brothers[edit]

  • Joe Doyle, Brothers (Toowoomba), Australia international and Queensland interstate representative player; brother of Ian
  • Ian Doyle, Brothers (Toowoomba), Australia international and Queensland interstate representative player; brother of Joe

Drake twins[edit]

  • Jim Drake (b. 1931), English international and Hull F.C. player
  • Bill Drake (b. 1931), English international and Hull F.C. player

Dunemann brothers[edit]

  • Ian Dunemann, North Queensland Cowboys NRL player
  • Andrew Dunemann, Gold Coast Seagulls/North Queensland/South Sydney/Canberra NRL player and Halifax/Leeds/Salford SL player. Canberra coach (2013)

E[edit]

Eden family[edit]

  • Harry Eden (1943 - 2006), Eastern Suburbs/St George/South Sydney NSWRFL player; uncle of Mike
  • Mike Eden (b. 1960), Manly-Warringah/Eastern Suburbs/Parramatta/Gold Coast Giants NSWRL player; nephew of Harry

Edwards family[edit]

  • Jackie Edwards, RFL player; father of Shaun
  • Shaun Edwards, Great Britain and England international, Wigan/London/Bradford RFL/SL and Balmain NSWRL player; son of Jackie

Edwards/Tamou family[edit]

  • Kenny Edwards, Parramatta Eels player; cousin of James
  • James Tamou, Australian international, North Queensland Cowboys player; cousin of Kenny

Ellis family[edit]

  • Allan Ellis, Newtown NSWRFL player; brother of Keith and Tom; father of Greg
  • Keith Ellis, Newtown NSWRFL player; brother of Allan and Tom; uncle of Greg
  • Tom Ellis, Newtown NSWRFL player; brother of Allan and Keith; uncle of Greg
  • Greg Ellis, Newtown NSWRFL player; son of Allan and nephew of Keith and Tom

El Masri family[edit]

Endacott family[edit]

  • Frank Endacott, New Zealand international coach; father of Shane
  • Shane Endacott, Hull RFL and Auckland Warriors SL/NRL player; son of Frank

Evans brothers[edit]

  • Ben Evans, brother of Rhys, Welsh international
  • Rhys Evans, brother of Ben, Welsh international

Evans brothers[edit]

  • Bryn Evans, brother of Jack, Great Britain international
  • Jack Evans, brother of Bryn, Great Britain international

Evans/Cherry-Evans family[edit]

  • Troy Evans, Norths Devils and Redcliffe Dolphins BRL (Brisbane) player; father of Daly Cherry-Evans
  • Daly Cherry-Evans, Australian international, Queensland Origin representative and Manly-Warringah NRL player; son of Troy Evans

F[edit]

Faifai Loa/Smith family[edit]

Fairbank family[edit]

  • Jack Fairbank, Leeds player, father of Karl, John, Dick and Mark
  • Karl Fairbank, Great Britain international and Bradford player; son of Jack; brother of John, Dick and Mark; uncle of Jacob
  • John Fairbank, Leeds, Oldham and Swinton player; son of Jack; brother of Karl, Dick and Mark; uncle of Jacob
  • Dick Fairbank, Halifax player; son of Jack; brother of Karl, John and Mark; uncle of Jacob
  • Mark Fairbank, Oldham and Keighley player; son of Jack; brother of Karl, John and Dick; father of Jacob
  • Jacob Fairbank, Huddersfield player; son of Mark

Farnsworth brothers[edit]

  • Bill Farnsworth, Australian international and Newtown NSWRFL player
  • Viv Farnsworth (1891–1953), Australian international and Newtown NSWRFL player

Farrell family[edit]

  • Andy Farrell, Great Britain and England international representative, and Wigan player; cousin of Liam
  • Liam Farrell, England international representative and Wigan player; cousin of Andy

Farrell/Elsegood family[edit]

  • Frank Farrell, Australian international, New South Wales representative and Newtown NSWRFL player; grandfather of Jack Elsegood
  • Jack Elsegood, Manly-Warringah and Sydney Roosters player; grandson of Frank Farrell

Fielden brothers[edit]

Fifita/Haumono family[edit]

  • John Fifita, Tongan international, St George NSWRL and Castleford RFL player; uncle of Andrew and David
  • Andrew Fifita, Tongan and Australian international, New South Wales Origin representative and Wests Tigers/Cronulla Sharks NRL player; nephew of John Fifita and Solomon Haumono, twin brother of David.
  • David Fifita, Cronulla Sharks NRL player; nephew of John Fifita and Solomon Haumono, twin brother of Andrew.
  • Solomon Haumono, Australian (SL) and Tongan international, New South Wales SL representative and Manly-Warringah/Canterbury-Bankstown/Balmain Tigers/St George and London Broncos player; uncle of Andrew and David.[4]

Finch family[edit]

  • Robert Finch, St George player, and former Director of NRL referees
  • Brett Finch, Canberra Raiders, Sydney Roosters, Parramatta Eels and Melbourne Storm player; son of Robert

Fisher family[edit]

Fitzgibbon family[edit]

  • Allan Fitzgibbon, Balmain NSWRFL player and Illawarra Steelers coach; father of Craig
  • Craig Fitzgibbon (b. 1977), Australian international and English Super League; son of Allan

Flanagan family[edit]

  • Terry Flanagan, Great Britain international and Oldham RFL player; father of Mark
  • Mark Flanagan (b. 1987), Wests Tigers player and son of Terry

Fogerty family[edit]

  • Terry Fogerty, Great Britain international player; father of Adam
  • Adam Fogerty, Halifax, St Helens and Warrington player; son of Terry

Folau brothers[edit]

Foran brothers[edit]

  • Liam Foran (b. 1988), Melbourne Storm and Manly-Warringah NRL player, Salford and London SL player
  • Kieran Foran (b. 1990), New Zealand International and Manly-Warringah NRL player

Fox brothers[edit]

  • Don Fox (b. 1935), English international, Featherstone Rovers and Wakefield Trinity RFL player
  • Neil Fox (b. 1939), English international, Wakefield Trinity and Hull Kingston Rovers RFL player
  • Peter Fox, Wakefield Trinity, Featherstone Rovers and Hull Kingston Rovers RFL player, and Great Britain national coach

French brothers[edit]

  • Ian French (b. 1960), Queensland representative, Wynnum-Manly BRL, Castleford RFL and North Sydney NSWRL player
  • Brett French (b. 1962), Queensland representative, Wynnum-Manly BRL and North Sydney/Gold Coast NSWRL player

Fulton family[edit]

  • Bob Fulton, (b. 1947), Australian international player and coach, New South Wales representative and Manly-Warringah/Eastern Suburbs player and coach. Won 5 World Cups as a player and coach of Australia and 5 premierships with Manly-Warringah; father of Scott and Brett
  • Scott Fulton (b. 1973), Manly-Warringah player
  • Brett Fulton (b. 1975), Manly-Warringah player

Furner family[edit]

  • Don Furner, Sr. (b. 1932), Australian international, Queensland representative and Toowoomba Souths player. Australian and Fijian international coach, Eastern Suburbs and Canberra Raiders NSWRL coach; father of David and Don, Jr.
  • David Furner (b. 1971), Australian international, New South Wales representative and Canberra Raiders, Wigan Warriors and Leeds Rhinos player and former Canberra Raiders coach; son of Don and brother of Don, Jr.
  • Don Furner, Jr., Canberra Raiders CEO; son of Don, Sr. and brother of David

G[edit]

Gaffey Family[edit]

  • Len Gaffey, Cronulla-Sutherland NSWRFL player; father of Nigel
  • Nigel Gaffey, Canberry, Sydney, South Queensland and Penrith NRL player; son of Len

Galea brothers[edit]

Gardner brothers[edit]

  • Ade Gardner (b. 1983), English international and Super League player
  • Mat Gardner (b. 1985), Super League player

Gartner family[edit]

  • Joe Gartner, Newtown Jets and Canterbury-Bankstown NSWRL player; father of Clive, Jim and Ray and great-uncle of Russel
  • Jim Gartner, Canterbury-Bankstown NSWRL player; son of Joe, brother of Clive and Ray and father of Russel
  • Clive Gartner, Canterbury-Bankstown NSWRL player; son of Joe, brother of Jim and Ray and uncle of Russel and father of Daniel
  • Ray Gartner, Canterbury-Bankstown NSWRL player; son of Joe, brother of Clive and Jim
  • Russel Gartner (b. 1955), Australian international, New South Wales representative and Manly-Warringah/Eastern Suburbs/Balmain NSWRL player; son of Jim, nephew of Clive, great-nephew of Joe and uncle of Daniel
  • Daniel Gartner (b. 1972), Australian representative and Manly-Warringah/Northern Eagles NRL and Bradford SL player; son of Clive and nephew of Russel

Gasnier family[edit]

  • Reg Gasnier (1939 - 2014), Australian international, New South Wales representative and St. George NSWRFL player; uncle of Mark
  • Mark Gasnier (b. 1981), Australian international, New South Wales representative and St. George Illawarra NRL player; nephew of Reg

George family[edit]

  • Wilf George, Halifax RLFC player and father of Marcus and Luke
  • Marcus George (b. 1986), Halifax RLFC, Huddersfield Giants and Bradford Bulls player; son of Wilf and brother of Luke
  • Luke George (b. 1987), Wakefield Trinity Wildcats player; son of Wilf and brother of Marcus

Geyer brothers[edit]

  • Mark Geyer (b. 1967), Australian international, New South Wales Origin representative and Penrith/Balmain/WA Reds player
  • Matt Geyer (b. 1975), New South Wales Origin representative and Penrith/WA Reds/Melbourne Storm player

Gidley brothers[edit]

  • Matt Gidley (b. 1977), Australian international, New South Wales Origin representative and Newcastle Knights NRL and St Helens SL player
  • Kurt Gidley (b. 1982), Australian international, New South Wales Origin representative and Newcastle Knights NRL player

Gilbert family[edit]

  • Herb Gilbert, Sr. (1888–1972), Australian international and St. George NSWRFL player; father of Herb, Jr. and Jack
  • Herb Gilbert, Jr., Balmain and St. George NSWRFL player; son of Herb, Sr. and brother of Jack
  • Jack Gilbert, St. George NSWRFL player; son of Herb, Sr. and brother of Herb, Jr.

Gillies brothers[edit]

  • Ben Gillies, Canterbury Bulldogs ARL player
  • Simon Gillies, New South Wales representative and Canterbury Bulldogs ARL player

Giteau family[edit]

Gleeson family[edit]

  • Martin Gleeson (b. 1980), English international and Warrington Wolves player; brother of Mark and cousin of Sean
  • Mark Gleeson (b. 1982) Warrington Wolves player; brother of Martin and cousin of Sean
  • Sean Gleeson (b. 1987) Ireland international and Super League player; cousin of Martin and Mark

Goodwin family[edit]

  • Ted Goodwin (b. 1953), Australian representative and NSWRFL player; father of Luke, Bronx and Bryson
  • Luke Goodwin, New Zealand Māori representative player; son of Ted and brother of Bronx and Bryson
  • Bronx Goodwin (b. 1984), New Zealand Māori representative and St George Illawarra Dragons NRL player; son of Ted and brother of Luke and Bryson
  • Bryson Goodwin (b. 1985) Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs NRL player; son of Ted and brother of Luke and Bronx

Gordon cousins[edit]

  • Ashley Gordon, Newcastle Knights NRL player; second cousin of Isaac
  • Isaac Gordon, Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks NRL player; second cousin of Ashley

Gorley brothers[edit]

  • Peter Gorley, English international and Workington Town RFL player
  • Les Gorley, English international and Workington Town RFL player

Gourley family[edit]

  • Robin Gourley, New South Wales representative and St. George NSWRFL player; father of Scott
  • Scott Gourley (b. 1968), Australian international, New South Wales representative and St. George NSWRL player; son of Robin

Graham family[edit]

  • Brian Graham, New South Wales representative and St. George NSWRFL player; father of Philip
  • Philip Graham, St. George NSWRFL player; son of Brian

Grésèque family[edit]

Grey family[edit]

  • Eric Grey, New Zealand international 1920
  • Ian Grey, New Zealand international 1954-6; son of Eric

Griffin brothers[edit]

  • Darrell Griffin (b. 1981), English international and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats player
  • Josh Griffin, Wakefield Trinity Wildcats player

Grix brothers[edit]

  • Scott Grix (b. 1984), Ireland international and Halifax and Warrington player
  • Simon Grix (b. 1985), Halifax and Warrington player

Grothe family[edit]

  • Eric Grothe, Sr. (b. 1960), Australian international, New South Wales representative and Parramatta Eels player; father of Eric, Jr.
  • Eric Grothe, Jr. (b. 1980), Australian international, New South Wales representative and Parramatta/Sydney Roosters/Cronulla player; son of Eric, Sr.

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Hagan brothers[edit]

  • Bob Hagan (b. 1940), Australian international, Queensland representative and Canterbury-Bankstown NSWRL player
  • Michael Hagan (b. 1964), Queensland representative and Canterbury-Bankstown NSWRL player

Haggerty family[edit]

  • Roy Haggerty, Great Britain international player; father of Gareth and Kurt
  • Gareth Haggerty, Ireland international player; son of Roy, brother of Kurt
  • Kurt Haggerty, Ireland international player; son of Roy, brother of Gareth

Hambly Family[edit]

  • Brian Hambly (1938–2008), Australian international, New South Wales representative, Wagga Wagga and South Sydney NSWRFL player; cousin of Gary
  • Gary Hambly (b. 1956), New South Wales representative, Wagga Wagga and South Sydney NSWRFL player; cousin of Brian

Hardgrave family[edit]

Hardy Family[edit]

  • Nelson 'Bill' Hardy (1906–1993), Australian international and Eastern Suburbs Roosters player; father of kevin and Don and grandfather of Steve
  • Kevin Hardy, Eastern Suburbs Roosters player; son of Nelson, brother of Don and (uncle or father) of Steve
  • Don Hardy, Eastern Suburbs Roosters player; son of Nelson, brother of Kevin and (uncle or father) of Steve
  • Steve Hardy, Eastern Suburbs Roosters player; grandson of Nelson

Harris family[edit]

Harrison brothers[edit]

Hastings family[edit]

Hauraki Family[edit]

  • Iwi Hauraki, Greek international, Sydney Roosters player; cousin of Weller
  • Weller Hauraki, Parramatta Eels player; cousin of Iwi

Hayne/Thompson Family[edit]

  • Jarryd Hayne, Fiji and Australian international, New South Wales representative and Parramatta Eels NRL player; son of Manoa Thompson
  • Manoa Thompson, Fiji international, South Sydney/Western Suburbs/Auckland Warriors player; father of Jarryd Hayne

Hayward brothers[edit]

Heidke family[edit]

  • Bill Heidke, Australian international captain and Queensland representative player; brother of Harold and father of Les
  • Harold Heidke, Australian international and Queensland representative player; brother of Bill and uncle of Les
  • Les "Monty" Heidke, Australian international player; son of Bill and nephew of Harold

Henderson brothers[edit]

  • Andrew Henderson (b. 1979), Scotland international, NRL and Super League player
  • Kevin Henderson (b. 1980), Scotland international, NRL and Super League player
  • Ian Henderson (b. 1983), Scotland international, NRL and Super League player

Henry brothers[edit]

Higgins brothers[edit]

Hill brothers[edit]

Hindmarsh brothers[edit]

Hoffman family[edit]

  • Jay Hoffman (b. 1958), Queensland representative and Canberra Raiders NSWRL player; father of Ryan
  • Ryan Hoffman (b. 1984), Australian international and Melbourne Storm NRL player; son of Jay

Hodges family[edit]

  • Justin Hodges, Australian international, Queensland State of Origin representative and Brisbane Broncos/Sydney Roosters NRL player; cousin of Jayden
  • Jayden Hodges, North Queensland and Manly-Warringah NRL player; cousin of Justin

Hopoate family[edit]

  • John Hopoate (b. 1974), Australian international, New South Wales representative and Manly-Warringah/Balmain/Northern Eagles/Wests Tigers NRL player
  • Albert Hopoate (b. 1985), Sydney Roosters NRL player and brother of John
  • William Hopoate (b. 1992), New South Wales representative, Manly-Warringah and Parramatta NRL player, son of John and nephew of Albert

Horder brothers[edit]

  • Clarrie Horder, Queensland representative and South Sydney NSWRFL player
  • Harold Horder (1894–1978), Australian international, Queensland representative and South Sydney NSWRFL player

Horne brothers[edit]

  • Richard Horne (b. 1982), English international and Hull FC Super League player
  • Graeme Horne (b. 1985), Hull FC Super League player

Horo brothers[edit]

  • Shane Horo (b. 1960), New Zealand international and Leigh Centurions/Castleford Tigers RFL player; brother of Mark and uncle of Justin
  • Mark Horo (b. 1963), New Zealand international and Parramatta/Western Suburbs/Auckland Warriors player; brother of Shane and father of Justin
  • Justin Horo (b. 1986), New Zealand Māori representative and Parramatta Eels/Manly-Warringah NRL player; son of Mark and nephew of Shane

Howard brothers[edit]

Huddart family[edit]

  • Dick Huddart (b. 1936), Great Britain and England international representative and RFL and NSWRFL player; father of Milton
  • Milton Huddart, England international and RFL player; son of Dick

Hughes/Moore family[edit]

  • Garry Hughes (b. 1952), Canterbury-Bankstown player and administrator; brother of Graeme and Mark and father of Glen, Steven and Corey. Nephew of Peter Moore and cousin of Kevin Moore.
  • Mark Hughes (b. 1954), Canterbury-Bankstown player; brother of Graeme and Garry. Nephew of Peter Moore and cousin of Kevin Moore.
  • Graeme Hughes (b. 1955), New South Wales representative cricketer and Canterbury-Bankstown player; brother of Mark and Garry. Nephew of Peter Moore and cousin of Kevin Moore.
  • Glen Hughes (b. 1973), Canterbury-Bankstown player; son of Garry, brother of Steven and Corey and second cousin of Kevin Moore.
  • Steven Hughes (b. 1974), Canterbury-Bankstown player; son of Garry, brother of Glen and Corey and second cousin of Kevin Moore.
  • Corey Hughes (b. 1978), Canterbury-Bankstown player; son of Garry, brother of Glen and Steven and second cousin of Kevin Moore.
  • Peter "Bullfrog" Moore (1932–2001), Canterbury-Bankstown administrator; father of Kevin Moore, uncle of Garry, Mark and Graeme Hughes, great-uncle of Glen, Steven and Corey Hughes.
  • Kevin Moore (b. 1965) Canterbury-Bankstown player and coach; son of Peter Moore, cousin of Garry, Mark and Graeme Hughes, second cousin of Glen, Steven and Corey Hughes.

Hulme Family[edit]

  • David Hulme, Widnes RLFC, Leeds RLFC, Salford RLFC, Great Britain
  • Paul Hulme, Widnes RLFC, Warrington RLFC, Great Britain, younger brother of David
  • Danny Hulme, Widnes Vikings RLFC, North Wales Crusaders RLFC, son of David
  • Liam Hulme, Widnes Vikings RLFC, North Wales Crusaders RLFC, Warrington RLFC, Swinton Lions RLFC son of Paul

Humphreys family[edit]

I[edit]

Inglis and cousins[edit]

Iro brothers[edit]

  • Tony Iro (b. 1967), New Zealand international player, Manly-Warringah/Eastern Suburbs/Hunter Mariners/Adelaide Rams/South Sydney NRL player; brother of Kevin
  • Kevin Iro (b. 1968), New Zealand and Cook Islands international player, Manly-Warringah, Hunter Mariners and Auckland Warriors NRL player; brother of Tony

Isemonger family[edit]

  • Sam Isemonger, Cronulla Sharks and St. George Illawarra Dragons player; son of David
  • David Isemonger, Cronulla Sharks player; father of Sam

Ives brothers[edit]

  • Clarrie Ives, Australian international, New South Wales representative and NSWRFL player
  • Bill Ives, New South Wales representative and NSWRFL player

Izzard brothers[edit]

  • Brad Izzard (b. 1965), New South Wales State of Origin and Penrith Panthers NSWRL player
  • Craig Izzard, Penrith Panthers and Illawarra Steelers NSWRL player
  • Grant Izzard, Penrith Panthers and Illawarra Steelers NSWRL player

J[edit]

Jennings brothers[edit]

Johns brothers[edit]

  • Matthew Johns (b. 1971), Australian international and Newcastle Knights player
  • Andrew Johns (b. 1974), Australian international and Newcastle Knights player

Jordan family[edit]

Junee family[edit]

  • Kevin Junee, Australian international, New South Wales representative and Eastern Suburbs/Manly-Warringah NSWRFL player; father of Darren
  • Darren Junee, Eastern Suburbs NSWRL player and son of Kevin

K[edit]

Karalius brothers[edit]

Kaufusi brothers[edit]

  • Antonio Kaufusi, Melbourne Storm, North Queensland Cowboys, Newcastle Knights, London Broncos, Huddersfield Giants, Bradford Bulls and Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs player
  • Felise Kaufusi, Melbourne Storm player
  • Patrick Kaufusi, North Queensland Cowboys player

Keato brothers[edit]

Kelly brothers[edit]

  • Andy Kelly, Wakefield Trinity player and coach, and Dewsbury and Featherstone coach
  • Neil Kelly (b. 1962), Wakefield Trinity, Dewsbury Rams, Hunslet and Featherstone Rovers player
  • Richard Kelly, Wakefield Trinity and Dewsbury Rams player

Kimmorley brothers[edit]

  • Craig Kimmorley (b. 1974), Newcastle Knights, Adelaide Rams and Sydney City Roosters NRL player
  • Brett Kimmorley (b. 1976), Australian international, New South Wales Origin representative and Newcastle Knights/Hunter Mariners/Melbourne Storm/Northern Eagles/Cronulla Sharks/Canterbury-Bankstown NRL player

King family[edit]

  • John King, Penrith NSWRFL player; father of Cameron
  • Cameron King, St. George Illawarra Dragons NRL player; son of John

King family (2)[edit]

  • Cec King, South Sydney NSWRFL player; father of Johnny
  • Johnny King, St. George Dragons NSWRFL player; son of Cec, father of Cameron
  • David King, Gold Coast Seagulls NSWRFL player; son of Johnny

Kirwan family[edit]

  • Jack Kirwan, Auckland and New Zealand representative player; grandfather of John
  • John Kirwan, Auckland Warriors player; grandson of Jack

Kouparitsas brothers[edit]

Krewanty family[edit]

L[edit]

Laing brothers[edit]

Lang family[edit]

  • John Lang (b. 1950), Australian international and Queensland representative player, Cronulla and Penrith coach; father of Martin
  • Martin Lang (b. 1975), Queensland representative player; played his whole club career under the coaching of his father, John

Langley family[edit]

  • John Langley, Leeds player; father of Jamie
  • Jamie Langley, Great Britain international representative and Bradford Super League player; son of John

Laurie brothers[edit]

Law brothers[edit]

  • Graham Law, Wakefield Trinity Wildcats player
  • Neil Law, Northampton Saints (RU), Sheffield Eagles, and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats player

Lazarus family[edit]

  • Glenn Lazarus (b. 1965), Australian international, New South Wales representative and Canberra Raiders, Brisbane Broncos and Melbourne Storm NRL player; uncle of Blake
  • Blake Lazarus (b. 1988), Wests Tigers NRL player; nephew of Glenn

Lester brothers[edit]

Leuluai family[edit]

The Leuluais' (James and Thomas) total of 58 Tests to date is thought to be a world record for a father and son combination.[2]

  • James Leuluai, New Zealand international player, brother of Phillip, father of Thomas and uncle of Kylie
  • Phillip Leuluai (b. 1977), New Zealand/Samoa international player, brother of James, uncle of Thomas and Kylie
  • Kylie Leuluai (b. 1978), New Zealand/Samoa international player, Leeds Rhinos player, nephew of James and Phillip and cousin of Thomas
  • Thomas Leuluai (b. 1985), New Zealand international player, Wigan Warriors player, son of James, nephew of Phillip and cousin of Kylie
  • Macgraff Leuluai Newcastle/Leigh/Widnes Vikings player, brother of Thomas[5]

Limping Family[edit]

  • Deion Limping (2007–present), Trinidad & Tobago National Player, Northerns Rugby Football Club
  • Moses Limping (2007–present), Trinidad & Tobago National Player, Caribs Rugby Football Club
  • Sankara Limping (2006–present), Trinidad & Tobago National Player, Harvard Rugby Football Club

Lindwall brothers[edit]

Lomax brothers[edit]

Lousi brothers[edit]

  • Sam Lousi, brother of Sione, New Zealand Warriors player
  • Sione Lousi, brother of Sam, New Zealand Warriors player

Lulia brothers[edit]

  • Keith Lulia, brother of Lulia, Cook Islands international
  • Lulia Lulia, brother of Keith, Cook Islands international

Lumsden brothers[edit]

  • Eddie Lumsden, Australian international representative and St George NSWRFL player
  • Jack Lumsden, Australian international representative and Manly-Warringah NSWRFL player

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MacDougall brothers[edit]

  • Gil MacDougall, Balmain Tigers and Western Suburbs Magpies NSWRFL player and father of Adam, Ben, Scott, and Luke
  • Adam MacDougall (b. 1975), Australian international and Newcastle Knights and South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL player
  • Ben MacDougall (b. 1977), Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, Melbourne Storm, Newcastle Knights NRL player
  • Scott MacDougall (b. 1980), St George Illawarra NRL player.[6]
  • Luke MacDougall (b. 1982), Newcastle Knights and South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL player

Maddison bothers[edit]

Malone/Renouf family[edit]

Mann family[edit]

  • Don Mann, New Zealand international player; father of Duane and Don Jr
  • Duane Mann (b. 1965), New Zealand & Tongan international player, Warrington RLFC player; son of Don
  • Esau Mann, Tonga international player
  • Don Mann, Jr. New Zealand Warriors football manager; son of Don
  • George Mann, New Zealand & Tongan international; cousin of Duane

Mannah brothers[edit]

  • Jon Mannah (1989-2013) Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks NRL player
  • Tim Mannah (b. 1988) Parramatta Eels NRL player

Mara family[edit]

  • Bob Mara, Balmain NSWRFL player; father of Gary
  • Gary Mara (1962-2012), Balmain NSWRL player; son of Bob

Maranta family[edit]

March twins[edit]

  • David March (b. 1979), Wakefield Trinity and York City Knights player
  • Paul March (b. 1979), Wakefield Trinity and York City Knights player

Martyn family[edit]

Mata'utia & Iosefa family[edit]

  • Masada Iosefa, Penrith Panthers player; cousin of Peter, Chanel, Pat and Sione
  • Chanel Mata'utia, Newcastle Knights player; brother of Peter, Pat and Sione, cousin of Masada
  • Peter Mata'utia, Newcastle Knights and St. George Illawarra Dragons player and Samoan international; brother of Chanel, Pat and Sione, cousin of Masada
  • Sione Mata'utia, Newcastle Knights player; brother of Peter, Pat and Chanel, cousin of Masada
  • Pat Mata'utia, Newcastle Knights player, brother of Peter, Sione and Chanel, cousin of Masada

McCabe brothers[edit]

  • Paul McCabe (b. 1959), Australian international and Queensland representative player
  • John McCabe, Queensland representative player

McCarthy family[edit]

McClennan family[edit]

McCormack family[edit]

  • Jim McCormack, Oldham Rugby Football League player; father of Steve
  • Steve McCormack, Widnes Vikings Super League and Scotland international representative coach; son of Jim

McCracken family[edit]

  • Ken McCracken, New Zealand international player and father of Jarrod
  • Jarrod McCracken (b. 1970), New Zealand international player and son of Ken

McCaffery family[edit]

  • Ken McCaffery, Australian international and North Sydney NSWRL player; father of Paul
  • Paul McCaffery, North Sydney NSWRL player; son of Ken
  • David McCaffery, North Sydney NSWRL player; son of Ken
  • Michael McCaffery, North Sydney NSWRL player; son of Ken

McGregor family[edit]

McGuinness brothers[edit]

1st McKinnon family[edit]

  • Harry McKinnon, North Sydney NSWRFL player, coach and administrator; brother of Don, Sr. and father of Doug and Max and Don, Jr
  • Don McKinnon, Sr., North Sydney NSWRFL player; brother of Harry and uncle of Doug, Max and Don, Jr.
  • Doug McKinnon, North Sydney NSWRFL player; son of Harry, nephew of Don, Sr. and brother of Max and Don Jr
  • Max McKinnon, North Sydney NSWRFL player; son of Harry nephew of Don, Sr. and brother of Doug and Don, Jr.
  • Don McKinnon (b. 1955), Australian international and North Sydney NSRWFL player; Son of Harry, nephew of Don, Sr. and brother of Doug and Max

2nd McKinnon family[edit]

  • Ross McKinnon, Australian international and NSWRFL player; grandfather of Wade
  • Wade McKinnon (b. 1981), NRL player and grandson of Ross

McRitchie family[edit]

  • Doug McRitchie, Australian international, New South Wales interstate, and St. George NSWRFL player; brother of Bill
  • Bill McRitchie, St. George NSWRFL player; brother of Doug

Mellars family[edit]

Messenger brothers[edit]

  • Dally Messenger (1889–1959), Australian international and Eastern Suburbs NSWRFL player
  • Wally Messenger (1891–1961), Australian international and Eastern Suburbs NSWRFL player

Millard brothers[edit]

Mills family[edit]

  • 'Big Jim' Mills, Great Britain and Wales international, and Widnes RFL player; father of David
  • David Mills, Wales international and Widnes Super League player; son of Jim

Mincham family[edit]

Minichiello brothers[edit]

  • Anthony Minichiello (b. 1980), Australian and Italian international, New South Wales representative and Sydney Roosters NRL player
  • Mark Minichiello (b. 1982), Italian international, Sydney Roosters, South Sydney and Gold Coast Titans NRL player

Minto family[edit]

  • Matt Minto, Newcastle Knights player; nephew of Scott
  • Scott Minto, Brisbane Broncos and North Queensland Cowboys player; uncle of Matt

Mitchell brothers[edit]

Monaghan brothers[edit]

  • Michael Monaghan (b. 1980), Canberra Raiders and Manly NRL player, Warrington Wolves Super League player
  • Joel Monaghan (b. 1982), Australian international, Canberra Raiders NRL player and Warrington Wolves Super League player

Morris family[edit]

The Morris family in 2009 after Josh and Brett had represented Australia together
  • Steve Morris (b. 1957) Australian international, New South Wales representative, and St. George/Eastern Suburbs NSWRFL player; father of Brett and Josh.
  • Brett Morris (b. 1986) Australian international, New South Wales representative, and St. George Illawarra NRL player; son of Steve and twin brother of Josh.
  • Josh Morris (b. 1986) Australian international, New South Wales representative, and St. George Illawarra/Canterbury-Bankstown NRL player and son of Steve and twin brother of Brett.

Mortimer family[edit]

  • Mortimer brothers
    • Steve Mortimer (b. 1956), Australian international, New South Wales representative and Canterbury-Bankstown NSWRL player; brother of Peter, Chris and Glen, and uncle of Daniel
    • Peter Mortimer (b. 1957), New South Wales representative and Canterbury-Bankstown NSWRL player; brother of Steve, Chris and Glen, and father of Daniel
    • Chris Mortimer (b. 1958), Australian international, New South Wales representative and Canterbury-Bankstown NSWRL player; brother of Steve, Peter and Glen, and uncle of Daniel
    • Glen Mortimer, Cronulla-Sutherland NSWRL player; brother of Steve, Peter and Chris, and uncle of Daniel
  • Daniel Mortimer (b. 1989), Sydney Roosters NRL player; son of Peter, nephew of Steve, Chris and Glen.

Mountford brothers[edit]

Mueller brothers[edit]

Mullane family[edit]

  • Mick Mullane Sr, New South Wales representative and Newtown Jets player; son of Mick Jr and Greg
  • Greg Mullane, Canterbury and Cronulla player; Brother of Mick Jr
  • Mick Mullane Jr., Cronulla player; Brother of Greg and father of Jye
  • Jye Mullane, Cronulla and Manly player; Son of Mick Jr

Mullen family[edit]

  • Jarrod Mullen, New South Wales representative and Newcastle Knights player; son of Steve
  • Steve Mullen, Canterbury and Western Suburbs player; father of Jarrod

Mullins family[edit]

  • Bill Mullins, New South Wales representative and Eastern Suburbs Roosters NSWRFL player; brother of Russell and Terry, and father of Brett
  • Russell Mullins, Western Suburbs & Penrith NSWRFL player; brother of Bill and Terry, and uncle of Brett
  • Terry Mullins, Western Suburbs NSWRFL player; brother of Bill and Russell, and uncle of Brett
  • Brett Mullins (b. 1972), Australian international, New South Wales representative and Canberra Raiders and Sydney Roosters NRL player; son of Bill and nephew of Russell and Terry

Mundine/Roberts family[edit]

  • Mickey Mundine, Aboriginal Australian team representative player; uncle of Anthony[8]
  • Anthony Mundine (b. 1975),Boxer, New South Wales State of Origin and St. George Illawarra NRL player; cousin of Beau
  • Beau Mundine (b. 1980), South Sydney NRL player; cousin of Anthony
  • Amos Roberts Rugby Player; cousin of Anthony and uncle of James
  • Tony Mundine boxer and Father of Anthony
  • James Roberts Rugby league player and nephew of Amos
  • Wes Patten Rugby league player with St. George, Balmain, South Sydney and Gold Coast, and cousin of Anthony, Amos and Robbie
  • Robbie Simpson Rugby league player with St. George, and cousin of Anthony, Amos, Robbie and Wes
  • Rod Silva Bulldogs, Uncle of all of the above
  • Buddy Gordon South Sydney, Cousin of all of the above
  • Reece Robinson Cousin of all of the above
  • Nathan Merritt South Sydney, Cousin of all of the above
  • Matt Mundine South Sydney Under 20s Player, Newtown Jets Player (NSW Cup), brother of Anthony, nephew of Mickey, Cousin of all of the above

Myler family[edit]

  • Frank Myler, Great Britain international, Widnes and St Helens RFL player, and Widnes RFL coach
  • John Myler, Widnes RFL player; brother of Tony and father of Stephen
  • Tony Myler, Great Britain international, Widnes RFL and Balmain NSWRL player, and Widnes RFL coach; uncle of Stephen
  • Colin Myler, Super League administrator[9]
  • Stephen Myler (b. 1984), St Helens, Widnes Vikings and Salford City Reds Super League player; nephew of Tony
  • Vinny Myler Salford and Bradford Bulls Super League player; nephew of Tony
  • Richard Myler (b. 1990), Widnes Vikings, Salford City Reds and Warrington Wolves Super League player -not a relation to the above. Is a relation to Widnes and Great Britain 2nd row Doug Laughton;

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Nable Brothers[edit]

Naiqama brothers[edit]

  • Kevin Naiqama, Fijian international, Newcastle Knights player
  • Wes Naiqama, Fijian international, Newcastle Knights player

Narvo family[edit]

  • Herb Narvo, Australian international representative, and Newtown and St. George NSWRFL player; father of Frank
  • Frank Narvo, Newtown and St. George NSWRFL player; son of Herb

Naughton brothers[edit]

Navarro family[edit]

  • Ross Navarro (2006–present) Trinidad & Tobago National Player, Northerns Rugby Player
  • Sebastian Navarro(2007–present) Trinidad & Tobago National Player, Northerns Rugby Player

Newlove family[edit]

  • John Newlove, England international, Featherstone Rovers and Hull FC player; father of Paul, Richard & Shaun
  • Paul Newlove, Featherstone Rovers, Bradford, Saint Helens, Castleford Tigers, Great Britain & Ireland.
  • Richard Newlove, Featherstone Rovers, Wakefield Trinity, Doncaster, Sheffield Eagles.
  • Shaun Newlove, Featherstone Rovers

Norman brothers[edit]

  • Ray Norman (1889–1971), Australian international, New South Wales representative and Annandale, South Sydney and Eastern Suburbs NSWRFL player
  • Rex Norman (1891–1961), Australian international, New South Wales representative and Annandale, South Sydney and Eastern Suburbs NSWRFL player
  • Roy Norman, Annandale NSWRFL player
  • Bernard Norman, Annandale NSWRFL player[11]

O[edit]

O'Connell brothers[edit]

O'Connor brothers[edit]

  • Alf O'Connor, Australian international, New South Wales representative, South Sydney Rabbitohs player; older brother of Frank
  • Frank O'Connor, Australian international, New South Wales representative, South Sydney Rabbitohs player; younger brother of Alf

O'Donnell brothers[edit]

  • Luke O'Donnell, Australian international, New South Wales representative, North Queensland Cowboys player; older brother of Kyle
  • Kyle O'Donnell, Newcastle Knights player; younger brother of Luke

O'Loughlin family[edit]

  • Keiron O'Loughlin, Lancashire representative and Wigan player; father of Sean
  • Sean O'Loughlin, Great Britain and England representative, and Wigan player; son of Keiron

Orchard brothers[edit]

Oxford family[edit]

  • Arthur Oxford (1895–1980), Australian international player, cousin of Aub
  • Aub Oxford, international referee, cousin of Arthur

P[edit]

Paea brothers[edit]

  • Lelea Paea (b. 1983), Tonga international and Sydney Roosters NRL player cousin of Eddie
  • Lopini Paea (b. 1984), Tonga international and Sydney Roosters NRL player cousin of Eddie
  • Mickey Paea (b. 1986), Tonga international and Sydney Roosters NRL player cousin of Eddie
  • Eddie Paea cousin of Lelea, Lopina and Mickey former South Sydney Player

Parcell family[edit]

  • Percy Parcell, Queensland interstate representative and Ipswich Brothers player
  • Gary Parcell (b. 1933), Australian international and Queensland interstate representative and Ipswich Brothers player; grandfather of Matt
  • Matt Parcell, Brisbane Broncos player; grandson of Gary

Paul brothers[edit]

  • Henry Paul (b. 1974), New Zealand international and Bradford Bulls Super League player
  • Robbie Paul (b. 1976), New Zealand international and Bradford Bulls Super League player

Paulo brothers[edit]

Peachey family[edit]

  • David Peachey, Australian international, New South Wales representative and Crunulla/South Sydney NRL player; uncle of Tyrone Peachey
  • Tyrone Peachey, Cronulla and Penrith NRL player; nephew of David Peachey

1st Pearce family[edit]

  • Sid "Sandy" Pearce (1883–1930), Australian international and Eastern suburbs NSWRFL player; father of Joe
  • Joe Pearce (1910–1995), Australian international and Eastern suburbs NSWRFL player and coach; son of Sandy

2nd Pearce family[edit]

  • Wayne Pearce (b. 1960), Australian international, New South Wales representative and Balmain Tigers player; father of Mitchell
  • Mitchell Pearce (b. 1989), New South Wales representative and Sydney Roosters player; son of Wayne

Pepperell brothers[edit]

  • Stanley Pepperell (b. 1915) England international, Cumberland representative, and Seaton and Huddersfield player
  • Russell Pepperell (b. 1918) England international, Cumberland representative, and Seaton and Huddersfield player
  • Albert Pepperell (b. 1920) Great Britain international, Cumberland representative, and Seaton and Huddersfield player

Perrett brothers[edit]

  • Lloyd Perrett, Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs player
  • Sam Perrett, Sydney Roosters and Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs player and New Zealand international

Pethybridge family[edit]

  • Gary Pethybridge, Parramatta, St. George and Parramatta player; father of Scott
  • Scott Pethybridge, Penrith, North Sydney, Auckland and Northern Eagles player; son of Gary

Phillips brothers[edit]

Pickup family[edit]

  • Laurie Pickup, Eastern Suburbs NSWRFL player, uncle of Tim
  • Tim Pickup, Australian international and New South Wales interstate representative player, nephew of Laurie

Pollard family[edit]

  • Charles Pollard, Great Britain international, father of Roy Pollard, older brother of Ernest Pollard
  • Ernest Pollard, Great Britain international, younger brother of Charles Pollard
  • Roy Pollard, Great Britain international, son of Charles Pollard

Platz brothers[edit]

  • Greg Platz, Australian international, Queensland representative and Wynnum-Manly BRL player
  • Lew Platz, Australian international, Queensland representative and BRL player

Prentice brothers[edit]

Prescott family[edit]

  • Eric Prescott, St Helens player and father of Steve
  • Steve Prescott (b. 1973), England international and St Helens player; son of Eric

Price/Diversi family[edit]

  • Kevin Price, North Sydney NSWRL player; father of Ray and brother-in-law of Peter Diversi
  • Ray Price, Dual Australian rugby international, New South Wales representative and Parramatta NSWRL player; son of Ray and nephew of Peter Diversi
  • Peter Diversi, Australian international, New South Wales representative and North Sydney and Manly-Warringah NSWRL player; uncle of Ray Price

Provan brothers[edit]

  • Norm Provan (b. 1932), Australian international, New South Wales representative and St. George NSWRFL player; brother of Peter
  • Peter Provan (b. 1936), Australian international and St. George and Balmain NSWRFL player; brother of Norm

Pryce family[edit]

  • Waine Pryce (b. 1981), Castleford Tigers, Wakefield Trinity, Featherstone Rovers Super League player; cousin of Leon and Karl
  • Leon Pryce (b. 1981), English international and Bradford Bulls Super League player; brother of Karl and cousin of Waine
  • Karl Pryce (b. 1986), Bradford Bulls Super League player; brother of Leon and cousin of Waine

Puletua brothers[edit]

  • Frank Puletua (b. 1978), Samoa international and Penrith Panthers player
  • Tony Puletua (b. 1979), New Zealand international and Penrith Panthers player

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Randall family[edit]

  • Terry Randall, Australian international, New South Wales representative Manly-Warringah NSWRFL player; father of Chad
  • Chad Randall (b. 1980), Northern Eagles and Manly-Warringah NRL player; son of Terry

Raper family[edit]

  • Johnny Raper (b. 1939), Australian international player and Cronulla-Sutherland NSWRFL coach; brother of Ron, father of Aaron and Stuart
  • Maurie Raper, Cronulla-Sutherland and Penrith player; brother of John and Ron, uncle of Aaron and Stuart
  • Ron Raper, Canterbury-Bankstown NSWRFL player and Western Suburbs BRL captain-coach; brother of John and Maurie, uncle of Aaron and Stuart
  • Aaron Raper, Australian international player and Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Jersey Flegg coach; son of Johnny, nephew of Maurie and Ron and brother of Stuart
  • Stuart Raper (b. 1965), Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks playerand coach; son of Johnny, nephew of Maurie and Ron and brother of Stuart

Rapira brothers[edit]

  • Sam Rapira, New Zealand international and brother of Steve
  • Steve Rapira, New Zealand Warriors and North Queensland Cowboys player, brother of Sam

Rayne twins[edit]

  • Keith Rayne, Great Britain international, twin brother of Kevin
  • Kevin Rayne, Great Britain international, twin brother of Keith

Reddy family[edit]

  • Rod Reddy (b. 1954), Australian international, New South Wales and Queensland representative, St. George/Illawarra player and Adelaide Rams NRL coach; father of Joel
  • Joel Reddy (b. 1985), Wests Tigers and South Sydney NRL player; son of Rod

Redfearn brothers[edit]

Redmond family[edit]

Ricketson family[edit]

  • Doug Ricketson (b. 1930), Eastern Suburbs NSWRFL player; father of Luke
  • Luke Ricketson (b. 1973), Australian international and Sydney Roosters NRL player; son of Doug

Risman family[edit]

  • Gus Risman (1911–1994), Great Britain international; father of Bev and John
  • Bev Risman (b. 1937), Great Britain international; son of Gus
  • John Risman, Wales international; son of Gus

Robertson brothers[edit]

Robinson brothers[edit]

  • Reece Robinson, Lebanon international and Brisbane Broncos and Canberra Raiders player
  • Travis Robinson, Lebanon international and Penrith Panthers player

Robinson family[edit]

  • Jason Robinson, Great Britain & England international, Hunslet & Wigan Warriors player, Wing, Full back, Centre, father of Lewis Tierney.
  • Lewis Tierney, Wigan Warriors player, Full Back, son of Jason Robinson.

Rogers family[edit]

The Rogers' total of 35 Tests is an Australian record for a father and son combination.[2]

  • Steve Rogers (1954–2006), Australian international, New South Wales representative and Cronulla/St George NSWRFL player; father of Mat
  • Mat Rogers (b. 1976), Dual rugby international, Queensland representative and Cronulla/Gold Coast NRL player; son of Steve

Ropati brothers[edit]

  • Joe Ropati, New Zealand International, Manly-Warringah NSWRL, Warrington player
  • Iva Ropati, New Zealand International, Te Atatu Roosters, Featherstone Rovers and Auckland Warriors player
  • Tea Ropati (b. 1964) New Zealand international, and Auckland Warriors player
  • Peter Ropati Te Atatu Roosters player

Rowles family[edit]

  • Ron Rowles, Manly-Warringah NSWRFL player; father of Peter
  • Peter Rowles, Western Suburbs and Newtown NSWRFL player; son of Ron

Rowley family[edit]

  • Allan Rowley, Leigh, Workington Town, St. Helens, and Carlisle player, father of Paul
  • Paul Rowley, England international, son of Allan

Russell brothers[edit]

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Satherley brothers[edit]

  • Cliff Satherley, New Zealand international
  • Jack Satherley, New Zealand international
  • Jeffrey Satherley, Auckland representative and Ellerslie Eagles player, brother of Warren and Robert
  • Warren Satherley, Manukau senior club player
  • Robert Satherley, senior club player

Sattler family[edit]

  • John Sattler (b. 1942), Australian international, New South Wales and Queensland representative and South Sydney player; father of Scott
  • Scott Sattler (b. 1971), Queensland representative player; son of John

Schultz brothers[edit]

Sculthorpe brothers[edit]

  • Paul Sculthorpe (b. 1977), English international and Warrington Wolves Super League player
  • Danny Sculthorpe (b. 1979), Warrington Wolves Super League player

Seu Seu brothers[edit]

Shead brothers[edit]

Sheens brothers[edit]

  • Tim Sheens (b. 1950), Penrith Panthers NSWRL player, Australian international and New South Wales Origin coach
  • Bob Sheens, Eastern Suburbs NSWRL player

Silcock family[edit]

Simpkins family[edit]

  • Robert Simpkins, South Sydney Rabbitohs, Sydney Roosters and Gold Coast Chargers player; father of Ryan
  • Ryan Simpkins, Penrith Panthers player; son of Robert

Sims brothers[edit]

  • Ashton Sims, Fiji international, St. George Illawarra, Brisbane and North Queensland player
  • Tariq Sims, North Queensland player
  • Korbin Sims, Newcastle Knights player

Sing family[edit]

  • Noel Sing, Penrith Panthers player
  • Wayne Sing, Balmain, Eastern Suburbs, North Queensland and Paris SG player; son of Noel

Sironen family[edit]

  • Paul Sironen, Australian international, New South Wales representative and Balmain Tigers player; father of Curtis
  • Curtis Sironen, West Tigers player; son of Paul

Smith brothers of Australia[edit]

  • Darren Smith (b. 1968), Australian international, Queensland State of Origin and Canterbury Bulldogs/Brisbane Broncos NRL player
  • Jason Smith (b. 1972), Australian international, Queensland State of Origin and Canterbury Bulldogs/Parramatta/Canberra/North Queensland NRL player

Smith brothers of New Zealand[edit]

Smith family[edit]

  • Brian Smith (b. 1954), Sydney Roosters NRL coach; brother of Tony and father of Rohan
  • Tony Smith (b. 1967), Great Britain national coach; brother of Brian and uncle of Rohan
  • Rohan Smith, Tonga national team coach; son of Brian and nephew of Tony

Sorensen family[edit]

  • Bill Sorensen, New Zealand international, brother of Dave
  • Dave Sorensen, New Zealand international, brother of Bill
  • Dane Sorensen, New Zealand international,Cronulla-Sutherland and Eastern Suburbs NSWRFL player, brother of Kurt, nephew of Dave & Bill
  • Kurt Sorensen, New Zealand international,Cronulla-Sutherland and Eastern Suburbs NSWRFL player, brother of Dane, nephew of Dave & Bill
  • Scott Sorensen, Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks player, nephew of Dane and Kurt

Spencer brothers of New Zealand[edit]

Spencer family of Australia[edit]

Spina family[edit]

  • Ben Spina, North Queensland Cowboys player, son of Laurie
  • Laurie Spina, North Sydney Bears, Sydney Roosters, Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks and North Queensland Cowboys player; father of Ben

Stanaway brothers[edit]

  • Alex Stanaway, New Zealand international and Māori representative
  • Jack Stanaway, international referee and Māori representative

Steinohrt brothers[edit]

  • Arch Steinohrt, Queensland representative and Toowoomba Valleys player
  • Herb Steinohrt (b. 1899), Australian international, Queensland representative and Toowoomba Valleys player

Stewart brothers[edit]

  • Brett Stewart (b. 1985), Australian international, New South Wales representative and Manly-Warringah NRL player
  • Glenn Stewart (b. 1984), Australian international, New South Wales representative and Manly-Warringah NRL player

Stewart family[edit]

Stirling family[edit]

Sullivan family of Australia[edit]

  • Con Sullivan, New Zealand and Australian international, New South Wales representative and North Sydney NSWRFL player; father of Bob
  • Bob Sullivan, Australian international and North Sydney NSWRFL player; son of Con

Sullivan family of Wales[edit]

  • Clive Sullivan (1943–1985), Welsh and Great Britain international and Hull, Hull KR, Oldham and Doncaster player; father of Anthony
  • Anthony Sullivan (b. 1968), Great Britain and Dual Welsh rugby international, Hull KR and St Helens player; son of Clive

Swann family[edit]

  • Anthony Swann, New Zealand and Samoa international, Auckland Warriors and Warrington Wolves player; brother of Willie and cousin of Logan
  • Willie Swann, Samoa international, Auckland Warriors and Warrington Wolves player; brother of Anthony and cousin of Logan
  • Logan Swann (b. 1975), New Zealand international, Auckland Warriors and Warrington Wolves player; cousin of Anthony and Willie

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Thaiday family[edit]

Thomson family[edit]

  • Jim Thomson, Balmain player; brother of Allan and father of Gary and Ian
  • Allan Thomson, Australian international and Manly-Warringah player; brother of Jim and uncle of Gary and Ian
  • Gary Thomson, Balmain player; son of Jim, nephew of Allan and brother of Ian
  • Ian Thomson, Australian international, Manly-Warringah and Balmain player, and Manly-Warringah CEO; son of Jim, nephew of Allan and brother of Gary

Thornett brothers[edit]

  • Ken Thornett (b. 1937), Australian international, New South Wales representative and Parramatta NSWRFL player and coach and Leeds RFL player
  • Dick Thornett (b. 1940), Dual Australian rugby international, New South Wales representative and Parramatta and Eastern Suburbs NSWRFL player

Tittleton brothers[edit]

Tomkins brothers[edit]

  • Joel Tomkins, England international representative and Super League Wigan Warriors player
  • Sam Tomkins, England international representative and Super League Wigan Warriors player, New Zealand Warriors player.
  • Logan Tomkins, Super League Wigan Warriors & Salford Red Devils player

Tonga brothers[edit]

  • Willie Tonga (b. 1983), Australian international and NRL player
  • Esi Tonga (b. 1988), Tonga international and NRL player

Trevathan/Trevathen family[edit]

Trindall brothers[edit]

  • Craig Trindall (b. 1979), Penrith Panthers NRL player, brother of Darrell and Steve
  • Darrell Trindall (b. 1972), South Sydney Rabbitohs NSWRL player, brother of Craig and Steve
  • Steve Trindall (b. 1973), Canberra Raiders NSWRL player, brother of Craig and Darrell

Tuimavave/Winterstein family[edit]

  • Tony Tuimavave (b. 1969), Samoan international, Sheffield Eagles Super League and Auckland Warriors NRL player, brother of Paddy and Paki and uncle of Antonio
  • Paddy Tuimavave, New Zealand and Samoa international player; uncle of Evarn, brother of Tony and Paki and uncle of Antonio
  • Paki Tuimavave, Western Samoa international; brother of Tony and Paddy
  • Evarn Tuimavave (b. 1984), New Zealand international and Newcastle Knights player; nephew of Tony and Paddy
  • Carlos Tuimavave,[14] New Zealand Warriors player; nephew of Tony and Paddy and cousin of Antonio
  • Antonio Winterstein, North Queensland Cowboys player; nephew of Tony and Paddy and cousin of Evarn and Carlos

Tupou brothers[edit]

  • Anthony Tupou, (b. 1984), Australian international, Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks player
  • Ben Tupou, former Newcastle Knights player
  • Willie Tupou, (b. 1985), former Newcastle Knights player

Tyrer family[edit]

Colin Tyrer, Lancashire, Leigh, Wigan, Barrow and Hull Kingston Rovers player, father of Shaun and Christian Shaun Tyrer, Wigan, Oldham, and Whitehaven player, son of Colin, and brother of Christian Christian Tyrer, Widnes, Keighley Cougars, and Bath (RU) player, son of Colin, and brother of Shaun

Tyquin brothers[edit]

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Vagana family[edit]

  • Nigel Vagana (b. 1975), New Zealand and Samoa international, and Auckland Warriors NRL player; cousin of Joe
  • Joe Vagana (b. 1975), New Zealand and Samoa international, and Auckland Warriors NRL player; cousin of Nigel

Valentine brothers[edit]

  • Alec Valentine, Scotland rugby union international, older brother of Dave and Rob
  • Dave Valentine (b. 1975), Great Britain international, middle brother of Alec and Rob
  • Rob Valentine, Great Britain international, younger brother of Alec and Dave

Veivers family[edit]

  • Jack Veivers, Queensland representative and Souths Magpies player; father of Greg and Phil, and uncle of Mick
  • Greg Veivers, Australian international, Queensland representative and Souths Magpies player; son of Jack, brother of Phil and cousin of Mick
  • Phil Veivers, Souths Magpies, St. Helens and Huddersfield player, Assistant coach at Bradford and Wigan, Coach at Salford City Reds Super League; son of Jack, brother of Greg and cousin of Mick, Father of Josh
  • Mick Veivers, Australian international, Queensland representative and Souths Magpies player; nephew of Jack and cousin of Greg and Phil
  • Josh Veivers, Wigan player, son of Phil, nephew of Greg, Grandson of Jack and Cousin of Mick

W[edit]

Walker brothers I[edit]

  • Ben Walker (b. 1976), Brisbane Broncos, Northern Eagles, Manly-Warringah and South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL player
  • Shane Walker (b. 1978), Brisbane Broncos and South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL player
  • Chris Walker (b. 1980), Queensland State of Origin representative, Brisbane/South Sydney/Sydney Roosters/Melbourne/Gold Coast/North Queensland NRL player

Walker brothers II[edit]

Walters brothers[edit]

  • Steve Walters (b. 1965), Australian international, Queensland State of Origin and Canberra/Newcastle/North Queensland NSWRL player
  • Kevin Walters (b. 1967), Australian international, Queensland State of Origin, Canberra Raiders and Brisbane Broncos NRL player; twin of Kerrod
  • Kerrod Walters (b. 1967), Australian international, Queensland State of Origin and Brisbane Broncos and Adelaide Rams NRL player; twin of Kevin

Warren family[edit]

  • Ray Warren (b. 1943), rugby league commentator and father of Chris
  • Chris Warren (b. 1970) Western Suburbs NSWRL player, television presenter and son of Ray

Watene family[edit]

  • Adam Watene (1977–2008), Cook Island international and Super League player; cousin of Frank
  • Frank Watene (b. 1977), Tonga international and Super League player; cousin of Adam

Watt Family[edit]

  • Horrie Watt, Australian international player; uncle of George
  • George Watt, Australian international player; nephew of Horrie

West family[edit]

  • Graeme West, New Zealand international and Wigan player and coach; father of Dwayne
  • Dwayne West, Wigan and St Helens player, son of Graeme

White brothers of Australia[edit]

White brothers of New Zealand[edit]

Why brothers[edit]

  • Jack Why, Australian international and South Sydney player
  • Alby Why, South Sydney player and Canterbury-Bankstown coach

Willey/Don Family[edit]

  • Ron Willey (1929-2004), New South Wales representative player and coach, Manly-Warringah player and premiership coach, Canterbury-Bankstown and Parramatta player. Balmain, North Sydney, South Sydney, Penrith and Bradford Northern coach; grandfather of Anthony Don
  • Anthony Don (b. 1987), Gold Coast Titans NRL player; grandson of Ron Willey

Williams brothers[edit]

  • John Williams (b. 1985), North Queensland NRL player
  • David Williams (b. 1986), Australian international, New South Wales Origin representative and Manly-Warringah NRL player

Williamson Family[edit]

  • Lionel Williamson, Australian international and Queensland representative player; brother of Henry and uncle of Luke
  • Henry Williamson, Queensland representative player; father of Luke and brother of Lionel
  • Luke Williamson, Adelaide Rams, Canberra Raiders, Northern Eagles and Manly-Warringah NRL player; son of Henry and nephew of Lionel

Wilson family[edit]

  • Graham Wilson, Australian international, New South Wales representative and Cronulla-Sutherland NSWRL player; father of Alan
  • Alan Wilson, New South Wales representative and Cronulla-Sutherland NSWRL player; son of Graham

Witt brothers[edit]

  • Michael Witt (b. 1984), Parramatta, Manly-Warringah, NZ Warriors, Celtic Crusaders, London Broncos and St George Illawarra player
  • Steve Witt (b. 1982), Newcastle Knights player

Wittenberg family[edit]

Worrincy brothers[edit]

Wright brothers[edit]

Wynyard brothers[edit]

Wynn brothers[edit]

  • Peter Wynn (b. 1957), Australian international, New South Wales representative, and Parramatta Eels NSWRL player
  • Graeme Wynn (b. 1959), New South Wales representative, St. George and Western Suburbs NSWRL player

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Yakich Brothers[edit]

  • Fred Yakich, Manly-Warringah NSWRFL player
  • Nick Yakich, New South Wales representative and Manly-Warringah NSWRFL player

Yates family[edit]

  • John Yates, New Zealand international; brother of Victor
  • Victor Yates, Auckland representative and New Zealand rugby union international; brother of John

Yeo family[edit]

  • Isaah Yeo, Penrith Panthers players; son of Justin
  • Justin Yeo, North Sydney Bears and Balmain Tigers player; father of Isaah

Young family[edit]

  • Craig Young (b. 1956), Australian international, New South Wales representative, and St George NSWRL player and coach; father of Dean
  • Dean Young (b. 1983), St. George Illawarra NRL player and son of Craig

Yow Yeh family[edit]

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