Charles Willocks

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Charles Willocks
Date of birth(1919-06-28)28 June 1919
Place of birth Balclutha, New Zealand
Date of death25 August 1991(1991-08-25) (aged 72)
Place of deathBalclutha, New Zealand
Height1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)
Weight90 kg (200 lb)
School South Otago High School
Rugby union career
Position(s) Lock
All Black No. 463
Provincial / State sides
YearsTeamApps(Points)
1944–48 Otago ()
National team(s)
YearsTeamApps(Points)
1946–49 New Zealand 5 (0)

Charles Willocks (28 June 1919 – 25 August 1991) was a New Zealand rugby union player. A lock, Willocks represented Otago at a provincial level, and was a member of the New Zealand national side, the All Blacks, from 1946 to 1949. He played 22 matches for the All Blacks including five internationals. [1]

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References

  1. Luxford, Bob. "Mac Geddes". New Zealand Rugby Union. Retrieved 25 August 2015.