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Clarrie Jeffries or (Jeffreys) was an Australian rugby league player from the 1950s and a coach in the 1970s.
Clarrie Jeffries started his playing career at Balmain Tigers in 1953. He played three seasons at the Tigers before moving to the Newtown Jets in 1958. He played over 200 grade games with Newtown Jets including 84 in first grade, mainly playing Hooker. He retired in 1968, and returned to the club as a lower grade coach.
Jeffries took over the role of first grade coach in 1974 after Jack Gibson resigned. Jeffries coached the club for three years, during a tough period in the club's history.