Mark Graham
Inducted in 1996
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.
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  • Rugby League
He was an inspirational captain of the Kiwis and formed a particularly good relationship with coach Graham Lowe during a successful period for the Kiwis.

After a career with the Otahuhu club in Auckland, he moved to the intense Australian competition in 1980, establishing himself as one of the most respected players in the world.

He played 142 first grade matches in the Australian competition for Brisbane Norths and North Sydney and later turned successfully to coaching.

He took over as coach of the Auckland Warriors in 1999.

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Stacey Jones

(1976 - )

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