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Jack Ernest Pollard OAM (31 July 1926 – 25 May 2002) was an Australian sports journalist, writer and cricket historian. Born in Sydney on 31 July 1926, Pollard began his journalism career in 1943 as a copy boy at Sydney's Daily Telegraph newspaper. At the age of 18, he was called up to the Australian Army, but a foot injury sustained during an army rugby game saw him sit out nine months at Holsworthy Barracks
Home All Categories Rugby League the Australian way. ISBN: 0701802405. ISBN13: 9780701802400. Rugby League - The Australian Way. by Jack Pollard. Some of the tricks of playing Australian rugby well, the fundamentals, the pleasures to be gained from it, some of the excitement, the tactical issues, and a great deal of its lure are set out in this book by some of the top names in Rugby League. YouTube Encyclopedic. At the age of 18, he was called up to the Australian Army, but a foot injury sustained during an army rugby game saw him sit out nine months at Holsworthy Barracks. The injury may have saved Pollard's life as his assigned platoon was killed in action in New Guinea during World War II. Journalism career. He returned to Sydney briefly, then moved to England, where he worked as a horse racing writer for a newspaper in Sheffield.
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Ernest Pollard (rugby league). For other persons named Ernest Pollard, see Ernest Pollard. Ogden's Cigarette card featuring Ernest Pollard. Personal information. Ernie Pollard is the second youngest player to make his début for Wakefield Trinity aged 16-years and 4-months in 1927, the youngest player being Richard Goddard, he made his début for Wakefield Trinity during March 1927, he appears to have scored no drop-goals (or field-goals as they are currently known in Australasia), but prior to the 1974–75 season.
Jim Bennett was an Australian rugby league footballer of the 1910s, '20s an '30s who played for the Australian national team. A Queensland state representative front-row forward, he played his entire career for clubs in Queensand, and was one of the state's early star players, making thirty-six appearances for the Maroons between 1921 and 1930. Bennett was still a junior when in 1916 from the Brisbane Brothers club he was selected to represent Brisbane against Maryborough.
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