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Ray Morris was an Australian rugby league footballer of the 1920s and 30s. A New South Wales representative three-quarter back, he played club football in the NSWRFL Premiership for Western Suburbs from 1927 to 1932. During this time he helped Wests to victory the 1930 competition's final, scoring a try, and also played in the 1932 season's final.
Morris moved to the Sydney University team for the 1933 season and following strong performances for New South Wales against Queensland, became the club's first player to be selected for the Kangaroos squad when he embarked on the 1933-34 Kangaroo tour. Whilst en route by ship to London, Morris developed an ear infection and disembarked in Malta for medical attention. There he died from complications after surgery.
- Ray Morris at nrlstats.com
- Ray Morris at yesterdayshero.com.au
- Ray Morris: The Tragic Story of University's Kangaroo at rl1908.com
- Ray Morris Medal at malteserugbyleague.com
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