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100th post: Chris McKivat
You have been awarded the rank of Chris McKivat for making your 100th post. Chris was the Wallabies 8th captain and played at Flyhalf. He was Wallaby #80 and earnt 4 Caps in 1907-1909.
75th post: Herbert Moran
You have been awarded the rank of Herbert Moran for making your 75th post. Herbert was the Wallabies 7th captain and played at Number 8. He was Wallaby #97 and earnt 1 Caps in 1908.
50th post: Allen Oxlade
You have been awarded the rank of Allen Oxlade for making your 50th post. Allen was the Wallabies 6th captain and played at Hooker. He was Wallaby #57 and earnt 4 Caps in 1904-1907.
40th post: Peter Burge
You have been awarded the rank of Peter Burge for making your 40th post. Peter was the Wallabies 5th captain and played at Lock. He was Wallaby #74 and earnt 3 Caps in 1907.
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30th post: Frank Nicholson
You have been awarded the rank of Frank Nicholson for making your 30th post. Frank was the Wallabies 4th captain and played at Prop. He was Wallaby #41 and earnt 2 Caps in 1903-1904.
Frank was a Boer war veteran and a produce of Brisbane Grammar School.
20th post: Stan Wickham
You have been awarded the rank of Stan Wickham for making your 20th post. Stan was the Wallabies 3rd captain and played at Centre. He was Wallaby #44 and earnt 5 Caps in 1899.
10th post: Bob McCowan
You have been awarded the rank of Bob McCowan for making your 10th post. Bob was the Wallabies 2nd captain and played at Fullback. He was Wallaby #9 and earnt 3 Caps in 1899.
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1st Post: Frank Row
For making your first pose on G&GR you have been awarded the rank of Frank Row.
Frank captained the first Wallabies team in 1899. He earnt 3 caps for Australia, 10 for New South Wales, and represented the Manly Federal Football Club.