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Aboriginal Biographical Index entry

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Aboriginal Biographical Index entry
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Aboriginal Biographical Index entry
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Language
eng
Summary
As a nine year old Harry Williams began playing with St George Police Boys Club in Sydney and moved up the grades with St George Budapest. In 1970 he moved from reserve to first grade to the Australian national team. He went on to represent Australia on over 40 occasions, playing six World Cup games in 1977
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Aussie Sports Article
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Williams, Harry
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Aboriginal Biographical Index entry
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(Sirsi) a301198
Label
Aboriginal Biographical Index entry
Note
Please be aware that some ABI records contain language, words or descriptions which may be considered offensive or distressing. These words reflect the attitude of the period in which the item was written and/or that of its author. Please also be aware that ABI records may contain references to deceased people which may cause sadness or distress
System control number
(Sirsi) a301198

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