Johnny Rhodes

Johnny Rhodes (born 1947 in Brisbane, Queensland) is an Australian former rugby league footballer for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, New South Wales, Queensland and for the Australian national side.

Rhodes earned selection for the Australian 1968 World Cup squad and was a member of the team which defeated France in the final. He was selected again in 1975 for the World Cup squad when he was playing for the Wynnum Manly Seagulls in the Brisbane Rugby League.

In 1977, Rhodes captain-coached the Fortitude Valley Diehards in the Brisbane Rugby League.

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... Party LP (1957), w/ Etta James, Marvin and Johnny, The Cadets, The Teen Queens, Jimmy Beasley, Joe Turner, Joe Houston, Little Clydie, The Jacks CLP-5002...Stan Getz Groovin ... In the Miller Mood LP (1958) CLP-5069...Johnny O'Toole His "Naughty Naughty Band" The Gay 90s LP (1958) CLP-5070...Billy Randolph the High Hatters Roaring 20's. 1 LP (1958) CLP-5080...Hawaiians Holiday In Hawaii LP (1958) CLP-5081...Johnny Cole and the Robert Evans Chorus Christmas Carols LP (1958) CLP-5082...Brass Swingin' Band LP (1958 ...
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... Johnny Rhodes submission (guillotine choke) 107 Royce Gracie def ... Scott Morris KO (elbows) 030 Johnny Rhodes def ... Ray Wizard submission (guillotine choke) 058 Johnny Rhodes def ...
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... Morris 030 Patrick Smith KO Patrick Smith SUB Ray Wizard 058 Patrick Smith SUB Johnny Rhodes 107 Johnny Rhodes SUB David Levicki 1213 Johnny Rhodes SUB Fred Ettish 1 307 ...

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