Bryan Fletcher (rugby League)

Bryan Fletcher (rugby League)

Bryan Fletcher (born 12 April 1974 in Sydney, NSW) is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer of the 1990s and 2000s. A New South Wales State of Origin and Australian international representative second-row-forward, he played his club football in Australia with the Sydney Roosters then the South Sydney Rabbitohs before a stint in England with Wigan.

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Bryan Fletcher (rugby League) - Wigan Warriors
... that led to Fletcher being stripped of his captaincy,banned for 1 game and fined A$10,000 he had agreed to a move to England to play for Super League outfit ... Fletcher'sdebut came against Warrington Wolves on 10 March 2006 and made an instant impact as a substitute scoring his first try three minutes into his first appearance ... the dismissal of Ian Millward as head coach,the low morale within the team and seeing the once feared Wigan club sitting at the bottom of the table ...

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