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He founded rugby league in New Zealand and was one of the instigators of international league, organising the first tests in Australia, England and Wales.
During a seven-year international career, Baxter played a record 94 games for the Kiwis, including 29 tests, and was reckoned to be the most punishing centre in world league.
Respected throughout the league world as a tough, skilful forward, Graham played 26 tests for New Zealand from 1977, when he was 21, until 1988.
Stacey Jones used to be known as “The Little General” for good reasons: he was little among the big men of rugby league, but he was the general who dictated the strategy and the tactics for the teams he graced.
Ces Mountford achieved seemingly everything in a spectacular rugby league career as a player and coach except play for his country.
"Bronco" Seeling was an outstanding forward in the Original All Blacks of 1905 and renowned for his tackling and his strength.
A remarkably versatile sportsman, Smith had international success as an athlete, a rugby player and a league player, but it was as a jockey that he first made a national mark.
In a six-year international career, Des White became the most prolific points-scorer in New Zealand league.
Ruben Wiki’s career in rugby league was one of enduring success and excellence, beginning with the Canberra Raiders in 1993 and ending with the New Zealand Warriors fifteen years later.