18 June 1955 |
As of 9 July 2009
Rohan Hancock (born 18 June 1955 in Toowoomba, Queensland) is an Australian former rugby league footballer of the 1970s and 1980s. An Australian international and Queensland representative prop forward, he played his club football in Queensland with Toowoomba.
Hancock, a prop from Toowoomba, first represented Queensland in 1978, played against Great Britain in 1979 before touring New Zealand with Australia the following year. Hancock played in the inaugural State of Origin match in 1980 but had to wait another two years before making his Test debut.
After playing in two Tests against NZ, Hancock was selected with the Kangaroos and made his only Test appearance against Papua New Guinea (in 1982) on the way to England and France with the 1982 Invincibles. He played in nine other matches on tour.
Rohan Hancocks daughter Steph Hancock is captain of the Australian Jillaroos.
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