Paul Langmack

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Paul Langmack is an Australian former rugby league coach and representative and premiership-winning player. Langmack won three premierships with the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in the mid-eighties. He later joined the Western Suburbs Magpies to become just the fifth player to play 100 games with two different teams.

Playing career

While attending Fairfield Patrician Brothers, Langmack played for the Australian Schoolboys team in 1982.[1]

Langmack won three premierships as a member of the Canterbury Bulldogs in 1984, 1985 and 1988, and later played for and captained the Western Suburbs Magpies. In 1987, he became the youngest player in history to register 100 top-grade games at the age of 22 years 26 days. Langmack was named Rugby League Week's player of the year in 1992. In 1999 former teammate Phil Gould brought Langmack to the Sydney City club, he played one final season - a season that didn't reach any great heights, only appearing in three 1st grade matches.

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