Ray Beavan

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Ray Beaven (born in Yass, New South Wales) is an Australian former rugby league player for the Eastern Suburbs, Canterbury Bulldog][1] and for the Australian national side.

Beaven began his rugby league career with Eastern Suburbs in Australia's leading competition, the NSWRL(NSWRL) in 1958. Beaven, a five-eight or centre, played 10 matches for the Roosters.

In 1960 Beaven moved to the rural NSW township of Tumut where he played for the local side. In 1961 Beaven was selected to represent NSW in 2 interstate matches against Queensland and later that year gained selection for the Australian national side for its tour of New Zealand.

He returned to the NSWRL in 1962, where he captained Canterbury Bankstown to a Pre-Season Cup final.[2]

References

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  2. Statistics from The Bulldogs.com.au