Brett Gillard


Brett Gillard

Brett Gillard Was a rugby league player in the Australian Rugby League(ARL) competition.

Gillard, a back-row forward, played in 40 matches for Eastern Suburbs in the years 1989-92, Penrith Panthers 1993& 94, Gold Coast Chargers 1995 & 96 and a season with the South Sydney club in 1997.

Gillard in currently associated with one of Eastern Suburbs junior clubs', the Clovelly Crocodiles, in junior development.

References


* cite book | last=Whiticker, Alan and Hudson, Glen |title=The Encyclopedia of Rugby League Players |year=2007
publisher="Gary Allen Pty Ltd" |location=Wetherill Park, New South Wales |isbn=9781877082931 |pages=609


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