Stan Martin (rugby league)
A Richmond Bulldogs player in the Auckland Rugby League competition, Martin won the Rothville Trophy in 1980 as the Premier One player of the year. He toured Australia in 1973 with the Auckland under-23 side. 
Martin was the inaugural coach of the Counties Manukau Heroes in the Lion Red Cup between 1994 and 1995. At the end of the 1994 season he was named the coach of the year. In 1995 Martin was also the coach of the Junior Kiwis.
Martin then left New Zealand, signing with Whitehaven in England. He coached Whitehaven for four years before returning to New Zealand. During his time at Whitehaven he enticed a number of New Zealand players to join the club; Aaron Lester, David Fatialofa, Leroy Joe, Siose Muliumu and Gus Malietoa-Brown. He still retains close links with the club.
In 2005 Martin was appointed coach of the Kiwi Ferns, the New Zealand national women's rugby league team. He remained in this position until 2010, when he shifted to the role of technical advisor.
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