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Darryl Fisher Wikipedia
Darryl Fisher is a New Zealand former rugby league player, coach and administrator who played professionally for the Western Suburbs Magpies. His father, Kevin, represented New Zealand.
Fisher first played for the Waikato Cougars in the 1996 Lion Red Cup. He was the Lion Red Cup Rookie of the Year that season. Fisher was also a member of the Cougars squad that won the inaugural Sky Challenge Cup in 1997 but was injured during the finals series.
Fisher then joined the Wests Magpies in the new National Rugby League competition and played ten matches for them during the 1998 season. Fisher continued with Wests until the end of the 2000 season in the NSW First Division competition
Fisher was a member of the Waikato Rugby Union Sevens squad in 2001-2002 and was selected in New Zealand Sevens Training Squads during this time.
From 2003 until 2005 Fisher played for, and later became the assistant coach of, the Hibiscus Coast Raiders in the Bartercard Cup. In 2006 he, along with four Raiders players, travelled to the UK to Join London Skolars in Championship One where Fisher was both assistant coach and player .
In 2007 Fisher became the player-coach of the Orara Valley Axemen in the Group 2 Rugby League competition. In 2008 the club won the minor premiership and then went on to win the Grand Final. Fisher remained in the role until 2010 and then became the Club President. He served as President until 2011, leaving the area due to work commitments.