Nathan Grey


Nathan Grey

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Crash-tackling and hard-running inside centre Nathan Grey has worn Wallaby colours since 1998.

Presently contracted to Australian Rugby until the end of 2005, Gosford-born Grey broke into the Australian team as a NSW Waratah after moving back to his home state following a stint with the Queensland Reds.

Joining the Waratahs immediately produced rich rewards. After sitting on the bench in internationals against England, Scotland, South Africa, Fiji and Tonga - and getting some game time in four of those matches - he finally won run-on ion in the end-of-season Tests against England and France.

Grey's appearances in Wallabies colours continued in 1999 when he played against Ireland, England, South Africa and New Zealand in southern hemisphere internationals and later Romania, Ireland, United States, South Africa and France in the World Cup tournament - he replaced Tim Horan during the World Cup final against France, won 35-12 by the Wallabies. Grey was a popular choice as Sydney Morning Herald's player of the year in 1999.

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