Noel Hollingdale

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Herbert Noel Hollingdale (1911 - 2000) was a rugby league player in the New South Wales Rugby League competition.

Hollingdale played for the Eastern Suburbs club in the years 1938-42. A Hooker, Hollingdale played in 53 matches for the club. In 1940 he was a member of Easts' premiership winning team that defeated Canterbury Bankstown 24-14. He also played in two other premiership deciding matches, he was in the side that went down to Canterbury in 1938 - giving that club its first premiership. And in 1941 he was a member of the Easts' side that was defeated by St George in that year's decider, coincidentally it was also that clubs first premiership.

Hollingdale died on 20 January 2000, age 88.

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