Simon Gillies


Simon Gillies is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1980s, and 1990s An Australia national and New South Wales state representative forward, he played his club football in Sydney for the Canterbury Bulldogs with whom he won the 1995 ARL Premiership, as well as in England for the Warrington Wolves His older brother Ben Gillies also played for the Bulldogs

Gillies was selected to play for Canterbury-Bankstown from the reserve bench in their 1994 Grand Final loss to the Canberra Raiders Gillies played at second-row forward for the Bulldogs in their 1995 Grand Final victory over the Sea Eagles He was named as the Bulldogs' replacement captain following Terry Lamb's retirement at the end of 1996 Gillies represented Australia at the 1996 Super League World Nines In 1997 he was selected for the New South Wales rugby league team during the Super League Tri-series

Referencesedit

  1. ^ Simon Gillies Rugby League Project

External linksedit

  • Bulldogs Profile


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