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Brent Stuart

 

Brent Stuart

Brent Stuart
Personal information
Full name Brent Clifford Stuart
Playing information
Position Prop
Club
Years Team Pld T G FG P
1990–19?? Addington (CRL)
1994–1996 Western Suburbs (NSWRL) 38 2 0 0 8
Representative
Years Team Pld T G FG P
19??–1989 West Coast
South Island
1990–1998 Canterbury
1992–1995 New Zealand 13 1 0 0 4
Source: RLP
Brent Clifford Stuart[1] is a rugby league coach and former player who represented his country.

Playing career

A West Coast and Canterbury representative, Stuart spent two years in the Northern Territory in the mid-1980s and represented the Territory against Parramatta.[2] In 1993 he was invited to be part of an Auckland Invitational XIII side that drew 16-all with the Balmain Tigers.[3] Stuart then played for the Western Suburbs Magpies in the Australian competition.

Brent Stuart was a New Zealand international and played at the 1995 Rugby League World Cup.

In 1998 he returned to play for Canterbury.[4]

Coaching career

Since 2007 Stuart has been coaching the Canterbury Bulls in New Zealand's Bartercard Premiership. Since 2008 Stuart has coached the Papanui Tigers.[5] In 2009 he was named to coach the Bartercard Premiership Selection that took on Samoa.[6]

Since 2010 Stuart has also coached the South Island side in the National Zonal Competition.

Canterbury's 44-16 defeat to Auckland on 4 June 2012 was Stuart's last match coaching representative football.[7]

References

External links

  • World Cup 1995 details

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