Peter Brown (rugby league)

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For the rugby union footballer of the same name, see Peter Brown (rugby union).
Peter Brown
Personal information
Full name Peter Michael Gordon Brown
Born 1961/1962 (age 54–55)
Auckland, New Zealand
Playing information
Position Prop
Club
Years Team Pld T G FG P
Te Atatu Roosters
1984–1985 Hunslet
1988–1989 Salford
1989–1990 Leigh
1990–1991 Halifax
Total 0 0 0 0 0
Representative
Years Team Pld T G FG P
Auckland
1986–1991 New Zealand 16 4 20 0 56

Peter Michael Gordon Brown[1] is a New Zealand rugby league player agent and a former footballer who represented his country. His position of preference was at prop.

Playing career[edit]

Brown was a Te Atatu Roosters player in the Auckland Rugby League competition and also represented Auckland.[2]

Brown also spent four off-seasons in England, playing for Hunslet, Salford, Halifax and Leigh.

He was first selected for the New Zealand Kiwis in 1986 and went on to play in sixteen tests, with his final appearance being in 1991. He was part of the Kiwis squad that lost the final of the 1985-1988 World Cup to Australia.

County Cup Final appearances[edit]

Peter Brown played Right-Prop, i.e. number 10, and scored two conversions in Salford's 17-22 defeat to Wigan in the 1988 Lancashire County Cup Final during the 1988–89 season at Knowsley Road, St. Helens on Sunday 23 October 1988.[3]

Later years[edit]

Brown is now a player agent, working alongside Frank Endacott.[4][5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ BROWN, Peter Michael Gordon 1986 - 1991 - Kiwi #600 nzleague.co.nz
  2. ^ Mackey, Turei (3 November 2010). "League son returns to Eden Park". Auckland City Harbour News. Retrieved 2 November 2011. 
  3. ^ "1988-1989 Lancashire Cup Final". wigan.rlfans.com. 31 December 2011. Retrieved 1 January 2012. 
  4. ^ Maddaford, Terry (28 July 2001). "Sport: Agents of change". The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 13 April 2010. 
  5. ^ Jessup, Peter (22 April 2004). "Rugby League: No room for Ali says Betham". The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 2 November 2011. 

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