Tom Leggo

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Tom Leggo
Personal information
Full nameThomas Tregear Leggo
Born1892
Sydney
Died10 June 1958 (aged 6566)
Balgowlah, New South Wales
Playing information
Position Wing
Club
YearsTeamPldTGFGP
1912 Newtown 31003
1913–19 Glebe 94254083
Total97264086
Representative
YearsTeamPldTGFGP
1913–19 New South Wales 522010
Source: [1]


Thomas Tregear Leggo (1892 – 10 June 1958) was an Australian pioneer rugby league player who played in the 1910s.

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Background

Leggo was born at Sydney in 1892. Leggo grew up in Glebe, New South Wales.

Playing career

Leggo's playing career started at Newtown in 1912. He swifted to his local team, the Glebe rugby league team in 1913 and played seven seasons with the club between 1913 and 1919. He represented Sydney(Metropolis) in 1913–1914 and represented New South Wales on five occasions between 1913 and 1914, which included a tour of New Zealand. [2]

Leggo died on 10 June 1958, at Balgowlah, New South Wales aged 66. [3]

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References

  1. "Tom Leggo – Career Stats & Summary – Rugby League Project". Rugbyleagueproject.org.
  2. Alan Whiticker/Glen Hudson: Encyclopedia of Rugby League Players. 1995 ( ISBN   1875169571)
  3. Sydney Morning Herald; Death Notice 11 June 1958