Greg Alexander

Greg Alexander

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Greg Alexander (born 4 March 1965 in Penrith, New South Wales, Australia) is a former professional rugby league footballer of the 1980s and 90s who has since become a commentator. A goal-kicking half-back, in his career he played for and captained the Penrith Panthers and the Auckland Warriors clubs and also represented his country and state on several occasions. Alexander's position for the majority of his career was at half-back, however early in his career – particularly in representative sides – he was moved to fullback. It was this ability to play different positions with great success that saw Alexander make both the 1986 and the 1990 Kangaroo Tour's. Other than being one of the games best halfback's and good enough for rep football at fullback, Brandy actually played a test on the 1990 Tour against France on the wing. This was also his last test appearance.

Playing career

Alexander began his rugby career at schoolboy level where he quickly established himself as a star player for his side. Alexander attended Patrican Brothers College,Fairfield, then, while attending Patrician Brothers, Alexander played for the Australian Schoolboys team in 1983. He was later signed on as a junior to his local club side the Penrith Panthers.

Penrith Panthers

Alexander made his first grade debut for the Panthers in the 1984 season as an elusive and quick thinking half-back. His talent quickly became clear and by the end of the season he took out the Rookie...
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