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Cameron Blair

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Cameron Blair is an Australian rugby league player who played professionally in Australia.

Playing career

Blair made his debut for the Western Suburbs Magpies in 1988. He played in every game that season (and again in 1989) and was named the competition's Rookie of the Year.

Blair started as captain for the 1989 season, before handing over to Ellery Hanley mid-season. With his contract about to expire, Blair received offers from other clubs. He was offered a substantial contract to join Manly, but re-signed with Wests for a further 2 seasons.

In 1990, Blair was again a regular in first grade, but with the arrival of new coach Warren Ryan in 1991 Blair was often playing from the bench behind newly arrived players like Ron Gibbs, David Gillespie and Bob Lindner. He played in just 9 games in his last season before leaving the club. He totalled 73 games for the Magpies over four years.

He then spent four seasons with the Parramatta Eels before finishing his career with one year spells at two new franchises, the Western Reds and the Adelaide Rams.

Scored 103 tries and kicked 48 goals

References

Cameron Blair Wikipedia


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